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True Woman: Angie's Goodbye Letter to Her Daughter
"I cannot see to write these words because my eyes overflow with the tears of a mother who has been asked to give her daughter away."

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Vickey Boozman and Kathy Ferguson share the heart-wrenching stories of losing their husbands in tragic accidents. As they talk about their journey through the deep, dark waters of grief, they share what has brought them the most comfort and what other people have done that helped. Ultimately, they tell how God’s grace not only sustained them, but how He has stretched and grown their faith and given them a new appreciation for eternity.

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Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - The Good Side of Not Having Much - #8287 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
Jack had been my best friend in high school, and now he was a very successful airline pilot. And his wife had a great job with the airline, too. Their brand new Cadillac was parked in a security garage under their exclusive apartment in New York City. We had a great evening when they invited us for dinner. So, we invited them to visit us at our totally not-exclusive apartment in a very modest New Jersey suburb. The problem was that about every ten minutes Jack would get up all worried and keep looking out the window. Finally, I figured out what he was doing. He was checking to be sure his new Cadillac–which was parked on the street–was still there. I thought: “I’m not sure if Jack owns his car, or his car owns him.

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Compared to the joy of knowing Christ, everything else in life is a "loss"--it pales in comparison. In fact, Paul calls it rubbish.

Milestones and Manure - #5870
If you want to make the greatest possible difference with however much life you have left, spend as much of what you have, what you are, and what you've got in loving and serving Jesus.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Security In a Shaky World - #9192 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
If you’d been in some of the youth groups I’ve led, you’d eventually end up doing the four cards thing. Yeah, this is no youth group I know. But I’m going to ask you to do it with me right now in your imagination—four index cards. I would ask those young people to write the four most import

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Tragedy's Eyes - #3873
What happened on a national scale . . . what happened to Laura Ingalls on a personal scale - those are pictures that remind us of the good that can come from some of life's most painful experiences. That could be very important for you to remember right now - because you're going through one of those painful experiences right now. The pain is deep - but it's not the whole story - because God uses tragedy to help build people into something greater.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - What the Sharks Have Taken - #8059
Now here’s what God says, “I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future” (Jeremiah 29:11). A life that matters is anchored to the assurance that life is not random and you are living the plan.

Deeper Still :: Hope for Those Who Grieve
Is there anything to gain from loss? What's the point of being cut through by a tragedy that impales your life in the grip of grief? Deeper Still is about people who have drunk deeply from the cup of suffering. One of them being God himself.