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Uniquely Created in Christ!

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!

It is my pleasure to share that I am participating in a Free-online Summit:  Becoming Confidently Unique (In Christ). More on this shortly, let me ask you a few things first. 

Different 

Odd

Special

Weird

Off-beat

Crazy

Have you felt those words apply to you at any time?

Do you feel like you just do not fit in and fit the cliche of being a round peg in a square hole? 

Do you find yourself keeping things to yourself at Church because they just will not ‘Get it’?

Maybe you just do not darken the door of the church, because…

Would you like to hear from people who have felt the same way at some point in their life?

Would you like to hear from individuals who recognize they are unique and as such exceptional, rather than flawed, broken, or cursed? 

 I want to introduce you to my friend Dr. Tim Blake, a unique man of God I have had the privilege to meet. He cares about people who experience being and living in ways different than what is considered “normal.” He believes the answer to confidence if found in Christ—moving from shame, isolation, and loneliness to true peace, connection, and happiness.   Wonderful to think of and even more when you have experienced such!

So here is the deal, he put together the free online summit that will air from 5/8/2023 to 5/22/2023. 

He has 28 inspired unique individuals who gained confidence in Christ and embraced their exceptionality. 

Come join us here: www.becomingconfidentlyunqiue.com.  

I will be participating in a special interview online. Available soon!

  

Why I am a Doctor

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Her name is not important but I will call her Sophie. Sophie’s skin was thin, translucent like fine white porcelain. Her eyes were teal blue and larger than life. At the age of seven, Sophie had become quite ill with fever and cough that left her listless and lifeless. Even though I was an intern in internal medicine at the time, I was called upon to speak to Sophie’s parents. Sophie had a very adult illness. She had leukemia.

I sat down with Sophie’s parents and laid out the grim prognosis for their child. We could certainly begin chemotherapy at our university hospital, but eventually Sophie would have to be transferred to a much more specialized hospital. I will never forget the look of utter horror on her parents’ faces as they gripped each others hands and tears rolled down their cheeks. The mother swallowed and said, “We will take Sophie home. If we have enough faith, God will heal her.”

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