[RE-BLOG] My Interview by MODERN WITNESSES

Today, Stephanie talks to us about how her commute time is time with God, her journey in decision making, and how important it is to know who God really is, forgetting how we defined Him in the past. Stephanie C. Inspiring biblical passage of the moment: “I have told you these things so that in me, […]

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  1. Great interview! My wife was just diagnosed with PCOS this week. She goes in on Monday for more tests. I went to high school in the mid 90s in St. Charles. My Dad commuted on the Metra train to Chicago every day. Your stand for Christ is encouraging! God bless!

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    1. Praying for your wife as she continues to find out more about her diagnosis. I have PCOS and was also recently diagnosed with Endometriosis on top of it. Apparently it’s common to have both. I used to allow a diagnosis such as those to defeat me, but I now realize it’s just part of my journey. God can and will use whatever life throws my way. Some days I might not feel that way, but no one has perfect faith! Thank you for always sharing kind words and encouragement. Continuing to pray for your wife and your family. God bless!! -Stephanie

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      1. Thank you for your prayers! We will be praying for you too! Yes, they said my wife has thickening of the endometrium too. She has to have a biopsy on Monday to make sure it is not cancer. They said endometrioma. She also has a cyst on her right ovary, which is causing her some pain at times. I pray that you and my wife are healed in the Name of Jesus! I also pray He empowers us in the Holy Spirit to glorify His Name! God bless you sister–you are one of my true Chi-town homies! 🙂

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