With fear and trembling, Stephanie found peace. In movement, she found stillness. Through transition, she became grounded. With meditation upon Christ, she did not seek to empty herself but instead be filled with God’s character. And by releasing her burdens unto Him, Stephanie was set free by His Spirit
“We are witnesses to burned down homes, boarded up houses, makeshift shelters, discarded household belongings, human waste, animal abuse, and poverty Endless poverty. This city needs redemption. This city needs revival. This city needs a Savior.”
“One scene in particular stood out to me like our orange carpet stands out to a first-time visitor, as an obvious declaration of the beauty in our stories, intertwined, intended to honor their omniscient author.”
“The Lord has helped me to see that each person has a story and that story should be told. It really helped stretch me out of my box to meet with new people and share the ways the Lord is working within their lives. God can use anyone, right where they are, and Anthologies allowed me to hear some of those stories.”
I started relying on myself and telling God what I would, or wouldn’t, be doing. But then, my perspective was dramatically changed.