Liz Griffin and her husband are pastors of a church in Texas, with four children, and the journey she’s been walking through over the past 6 months has been anything but easy. She had a stoke, two brain aneurysms, and a tumor on her thyroid (some are still being treated with surgeries) and she had none of risk factors as a 36-year old healthy woman. It’s pretty incredible that she is even hear with us today sharing her story. She said “the biggest emotion I’ve felt through all of this is gratitude.”
How in the world can someone going through so much hardship feel so much gratitude amidst challenging circumstances? We unpack this question as well as: How do I minister to others facing difficult circumstances that I don’t have experience with? How does one stay hopeful when facing your own major challenges?
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Key Verse Shared:
“In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33, NIV)
Key quotes by Liz Griffin:
“How kind is God that He allowed me to go through something so hard that literally saved my life.”
“You win your war by fighting your battles.”
“The biggest emotion I’ve felt through all of this is gratitude.”