I do not let my disability crush the dreams…People with disabilities, they can get anything they set their minds to. They’re special. We are a gift to the world.
Tim Harris dreamed of opening his own restaurant since he was 14 years old. What makes this story unique and inspiring is the fact that Tim was born with Down syndrome. However, Tim did not allow this fact to define him or even limit his dreams. With much support, Tim went from working at a Red Robin to owning his own restaurant that serves “Breakfast, Lunch, and Hugs.” He is shattering stereotypes and is a shining light onto all people who have disabilities.
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Pro-Life Convictions Come With a Cost – Professor of Christian Theology and Church History (Boyce College), Owen Strachan has always been pro-life, but he has recently started acting on this conviction. He is starting to see the cost of acting on these convictions.
How Mark Dever Passes Out Authority – “Over the years Mark Dever, senior pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., has seen plenty of opportunities to accrue authority, some of which he keeps, many of which he passes out. And the way he passes out authority has shaped the culture of our church in countless ways.”
The 10 Commandments of Twitter – DeYoung: “And the Lord of Twitter spoke all these words saying, I am the Lord your God, who gave thee computers and tablets and smartphones, the Holy One of all social media who foreknew the internet before the foundation of the earth, yea even before Al Gore was born:”
7 Details to See in Your Past – “Our tomorrow is profoundly secure, and one of the best ways to remember this today is to think about our yesterdays.”
A “Gospel” That Almost Killed Me – A gripping story of the perils of the prosperity “gospel” and how one man was saved from its clutches.
The Life-Rattling Truth That Has Kept Me in Africa – A man finds the sovereignty of God in Africa. “When I moved to Africa God orchestrated circumstances that were so far beyond my strength and competencies that probably for the first time I was brought face to face with the reality of my insignificance and inability.”
If you will go to the nations and last, you must rest in the promise that the word of God will do the work of God. –Kevin DeYoung