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100 Huntley Street - October 24, 2019
Lindsey R Dennis
Lindsey R. Dennis has worked with Cru for more than 15 years. She has served in international locations, as well as universities in the States, and takes great joy in getting to invest her life in students from a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Dennis also writes and speaks on what God has done to bring hope and healing in her life through the life and death of her first two daughters. Within a few weeks of learning the news of her first daughters’ diagnosis, she began to blog about her unfolding story of hope and loss. Within the first week she had thousands of views and within two years, she had 1.5 million pageviews and 400,000 unique visitors. Dennis loves to share with others what it looks like to know God in the midst of suffering and how to trust Him with the pen of their stories. In addition to her own blog, she is also a contributing writer for www.hopemommies.com. She lives in Orlando, Florida with her husband, Kevin. They have 4 children, Sophie and Dasah who now live with Jesus, and Jaden and Briella now in their arms. You can follow more of Lindsey Dennis’ journey and writings on her blog, http://vaporandmist.com
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100 Huntley Street - October 23, 2019
Timothy was born and raised in Onion Lake First Nation Saskatchewan. Before meeting Jesus and choosing to make Him Lord of his life, Timothy was involved in gangs and drug addiction. Today, his life is a testimony to what Jesus can do when people choose to follow and trust Him.
100 Huntley Street - October 22, 2019
If you want positive results from prayer, you first need to pray! But so many people who say they believe in the power of prayer actually pray very little . . . or not at all. It’s time to get serious about prayer. Autumn Miles says that we must stop being prayer wimps and instead be...
100 Huntley Street - October 21, 2019
In an environmental context often characterized by fear and paralysis, A Rocha is bringing hope through care of both people and places. We are preserving sensitive habitats and threatened species, growing organic food and feeding people living on low income, inspiring school children ...