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The Unfolding

God is writing a great big story and you have a standing invitation to be a part of it. Every week, host Meridith Foster sits down with a guest to share their chapter in God’s unfolding story.

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Page 91: Kyle Swanson: Answered Prayers in Afghanistan 

A special episode for Memorial Day. We often hear the phrase, “Pray for our troops.” During his time in Afghanistan, Capt. Kyle Swanson saw prayer change things- the weather, the course of a grenade, and so much more. When Kyle says prayer changes things, it’s not a trite phrase. It’s his real-life experience and his story will inspire you to believe YOUR prayers can change things too.

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Unfolding Short Stories: "I don't want to just survive this journey." Kayla Gahagan

Kayla Gahagan shares about the Radical Joy she discovered as she shifted her focus from being a career mom to a stay-at-home mom. After avoiding a near tragedy with a bathtub incident, she felt God's pull to go all-in. As a mom of four, she's sacrificed aspects of a career in journalism, laying down and surrendering, and somehow, God used her writing career in ways she never could have anticipated.

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Page 198: Stephen McWhirter: “Come Jesus Come” Singer’s Transformation from Meth Addict to Worship Leader 

Stephen McWhirter grew up watching his traveling evangelist dad live a double life. He was one man behind the pulpit and abusive to Stephen’s mother at home. Stephen decided that if God was real, He wasn’t good. His earthly father and his heavenly father became the villains in his story. Angry and rebellious, Stephen fell into addiction, eventually addicted to meth for six years. But one night in a miraculous encounter, Stephen experienced the presence and love of God, and he’s never been the same. Today Stephen is a worship leader and singer of “Come Jesus Come.” Nearly 40,000 people have come to know Jesus through his TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram lives.

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