In this episode, I interview Vanessa Clark. Vanessa Clark is the wife of a busy entrepreneur and the mother of five. Vanessa shares her message of Hope with as many people as she can through her book, Now I See, speaking and her website, ...

 

Feathers Season 5 Episode 1 with Vanessa Clark: Faithful Prayer and Miraculous Healing

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In this episode, I interview Vanessa Clark.

Vanessa Clark is the wife of a busy entrepreneur and the mother of five. Vanessa shares her message of Hope with as many people as she can through her book, Now I See, speaking and her website, NowISeeHope.com. Vanessa wants you to know that the same God who helped her is there for you as well.

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Vanessa shares the story of finding out her new baby boy is blind and how God moved her to pray and eventually healed him of his blindness, bringing is father to faith overnight.

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Feathers Season 4 Episode 16 with Tahni Cullen: Josiah’s Fire and Child-like Faith

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In this episode, I interview Tahni Cullen.

Tahni Cullen is the co-author with Cheryl Ricker of the new book, Josiah’s Fire: Autism Stole His Words, God Gave Him a Voice. Tahni is a people-lover, blogger, and conference speaker who brings a powerful message of hope and restoration. She worked thirteen years at a multi-campus church in the Twin Cities of Minnesota where she served in communication arts and as a ministry director. Tahni and her producer husband, Joe, created an award-winning documentary called Surprised By Autism. They live with their 10 year old son, Josiah, in St, Paul, where they enjoy exploring Minnesota’s museums and destinations.

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When Tahni Cullen’s two-year old son, Josiah, is diagnosed with severe autism, she feels like they have been handed a prison sentence. How could a good God have allowed this to happen, and how can Tahni find hope for their future?

Five years later, Josiah, who is non-verbal and has not been formally taught to read or write, suddenly types on his iPad profound sentences about the Trinity, heaven, and strangers whose lives he understood. Josiah’s ongoing encounters launch his parents and the rest of us into a whole new world.

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Feathers 4 Episode 15 with Susie Larson: Powerful Prayers

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In this episode, I interview Susie Larson.

Susie Larson is a radio host, author and national speaker. She hosts her own daily live talk show, Live the Promise with Susie Larson, which airs across the Upper Midwest and in several other locations around the country. Active in local ministry, she is the author of Your Beautiful Purpose, Blessings for the Morning, and eight other books. Susie and her husband, Kevin, have three adult sons and live near Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Susie shares from her latest book Your Powerful Prayers.

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Prayer starts and ends with our status as heirs.

When you remember who are, remember whose you are, to me it changes everything.

One of the things he’s given us is secure identity. Another thing he’s given us is access to his presence. He’s also given us the faithfulness of his promises. He’s put a call on our lives. He’s put his spirit in us.

Everywhere we put our feet, God’s kingdom comes to earth.

I can’t be at the mercy of other people’s opinions because it will compel me to misuse the opportunities and the gifts that God has given me.

There will be a day of reckoning and there will be a day of reward on that judgement day when we each face God and give an account for our lives and what moves him his faith, hope, and love. That’s what matters.

Satan is a legalist and he’ll take any ground you give him. Sometimes we get out of rank and we wonder why we feel out of joint. When we’re out of alignment, we can’t carry the call of God that we normally could. We have to recapture the fear of the Lord and say I need to get back in rank.

To the extent that you honor him rightly will be the extent you’ll have power in your prayers.

You can’t sustain a fellowship with God without time and presence.

The difference was I decided to trust God’s promises were true even though they didn’t feel true.

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Prayer starts and ends with our status as heirs

You can't sustain a fellowship with God without time and presence.

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Feathers Season 4 Episode 14 with Becky McCoy: Faith in Grief

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In this episode, I interview Becky McCoy.

Becky McCoy is a writer and podcaster. She writes at BeckyLMcCoy.com and hosts Stories of Unfolding Grace. Becky and her two children live in Connecticut

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Becky McCoy share the story of experiencing deep grief in her life, including the death of her husband when she was 8 months pregnant with their second child.

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Feathers Season 4 Episode 13 with Anne Marie Emswiler: The Loved Bible Project

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In this episode, I interview Anne Marie Emswiler.

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Anne Marie shares the story of how she began loving on small Bibles and sharing them with the homeless in Pittsburgh and how it has begun a movement called The Loved Bible Project.

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