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LOVE IS STRONGER THAN FEAR
What if we really believed it? What if we lived into love and weren’t overcome by anxiety? What if, even in the midst of the harrowing realities of our global catastrophes and the mundane realities of our everyday lives—what if we could live in a way that deepens who we are and connects us to ourselves, to God, to one another?
This is a podcast of beautiful, challenging, deepening conversations about disability and culture and spirituality and, always, about walking with courage along a way of grace and love as we consider what it means to be human beings who seek love rather than fear, hope rather than cynicism, healing rather than division.
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