Who among us feels fully free, even when he can walk on his own? Who feels truly beautiful, even when her face is not paralyzed? Who feels completely understood, even without a speech impairment? The answer is a resounding no one. We are all disabled. Some of our "wheelchairs" are simply on the inside instead of the outside.
If you have a pulse, you have problems and you have pain. But you also have a purpose that is simultaneously good and hard. When we choose to embrace the lives we’re living this very day and release the lives we wished for, we can know in our deepest places that this good story is being written by a God who can’t write any other kind of story.
On Thu, Oct 14, we enjoyed an evening of encouragement and worship with Katherine Wolf, a woman whose life disrupts the myth that joy can only be found in a pain-free life.