Nick Vujicic, author of Unstoppable, appeared on “Life Today” on January 22. Go here to watch Nick talk about his unstoppable life and ministry, Life Without Limbs, with co-hosts James and Betty Robison.
Multnomah author Kristen Anderson recently shared her story with a U.K. newspaper, The Guardian, telling how she survived a suicide attempt at the age of 17 . Read the rest of her story in her book, Life, In Spite of Me (Multnomah Books, 2010) and hear how God changed her life and gave her healing and hope. Kristen now shares that hope with others through her ministry, Reaching You, which works to prevent teen suicide by offering hope to those in depair. Click here to read the article.
Kristen Anderson, author of Life, In Spite of Me (Multnomah Books, 2010) was featured on BBC’s “Outlook,” a 40-million listener worldwide radio broadcast that features extraordinary personal stories. Kristen told part of the story from her book of how she survived a suicide attempt at the age of 17 and the way God brought her out of her depression and gave her a life of hope and fullness, even living with a handicap. Now, many years later, Kristen shares the hope she experienced with others.
Kristen was featured on the Friday, March 18th, 2011 episode. Listen online here.
Kristen Anderson, author of Life, In Spite of Me (Multnomah Books, 2010) will join Bob and Geri Boyd on the nationally syndicated radio broadcast “Issues In Education” on April 2, 2011. Tune in to hear Kristen tell her incredible testimony of the overwhelming grace of God that rescued her from depression and a suicide attempt at the age of 17 to bring her a life of hope and fullness even living with a handicap. Now, many years later, Kristen shares the hope and healing she experienced with others.
Click here to find a station and broadcast time in your area and tune in on April 2.
After April 2, click here to find the audio of the archived program online.
Kim Meeder, author of Hope Rising, Bridge Called Hope, and co-author of Blind Hope, and Troy Meeder, author of Average Joe: God’s Extrordinary Calling to Ordinary Men (April 5, 2011) will be telling the story of Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch on Focus on the Family’s daily broadcast on February 16th and 17th, 2011. Tune in to hear powerful stories of how God has used the ranch to bring mutual healing and hope to troubled children and abused and neglected horses for 16 years.
Click here on February 16th and 17th to listen to the broadcast or find a station and air time near you.
For more about Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch, click here.