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In this moment of the evening when I browsed through WRN, I took the time to enjoy Everyday Miracles, and let myself take 22 minutes to myself to be renewed, all I can say is "wow." Katherine could be any one of the patients I have worked with as a physical therapist for over almost 40 years, and like them all, I learned something from her.

I've always known the true skill of rehabilitation isn't mine or my colleagues, it's God's grace working through us, through the patients and their families. This story of sheer strength in our faith, our lives with each other and our challenges, we survive, we succeed, and we continue to hope. Thank you, Genevieve, for reminding me of the Everyday Miracles around us all every wonder-full day.

Joyce Liana
Troutville, VA
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
This story touched my heart like no other! It's not only a story of hope but a story of courage, community, and faith. Katherine chose to believe that God was going to work through her for His glory. She wasn't willing to 'accept' what happened to her, that her life was going to consist of simply watching other people live. But she let God's purpose permeate her life. She surrounded herself with a great cloud of witnesses, those who believed in the power of prayer and community. I imagine that it was at her toughest times, they all rallied around her to remind her of the hope they all held.

Their story makes me want to pick up my head and really be more in tune to what is happening in the lives of people around me. We get so focused on our work, the busyness, the checking things off our to-do list that we push relationships to the side. On purpose or inadvertently, we pull away from community and communion.

The messiness and every day struggles is where God will show up in our lives. The key is to realize that He's there working all along in easy times and hard times. What a powerful reminder. Thanks for sharing this Genevieve.

Lisa Brouwer
Sioux Falls, SD
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
I just happen to catch this column as I was poking around WRN's site. Love the title: Everyday Miracles! The story the Wolf's share is amazing and so grateful they did the hard work of turning to Christ early on in their beginnings together.

At this Easter season hope is exactly what Christ wants us to keep close in our hearts. His resurrection is what gives us hope that which is beyond anything we can do for ourselves. It is through Christ and His sacrifice that we will all live again. Happy Easter and may we all remember His rise from the grave.

Cindy RangerLady Gillman
Scottsdale, AZ
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Thank you. This is just what I needed to remember at this moment.

I find that my "helmet time" brings me clarity and when I don't get enough of it, I start feeling claustrophobic.

Sash Walker
San Diego, CA
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
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