Two days ago, I had the joy of speaking with Susie Larson on her “Live the Promise” show on the Faith Radio network.
I serve as a blog contributor at FaithRadioNet.com, providing content about two times a month to the site. This week, Susie and some of her crew brought their show on the road, and I was a guest during her live show in Sioux Falls, SD.
During our time together, Susie and I talked about what it means to praise God in the midst of our storms. How do we live out our faith when we encounter roadblocks and detours on the way Home? How do we offer a sacrifice of praise, even in the midst of our deepest hurts?
Beforehand, Susie and I prayed that our conversation would stir up hope for the hopeless, that it would shine God’s Light over people’s darkest situations.
We prayed that if you — dear heart — are in that place right now, you would know in a very real sense that God is still God.
(You can find the podcast by clicking here at FaithRadio. Our section begins at about 11:30 on the track.)
During our visit on-air, Susie asked me this question:
Who is God to you right now, in this place?Shall we share in the comment box our answers to Susie’s question? Let’s minister to one another. God bless you, friends, for the countless ways you’ve ministered to me and to our family during this valley.