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Living for Two with Gwen Moore

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On today’s episode, Gwen Moore:

This week, She Writes for Him Bootcamp graduate Gwen Moore shares her compelling Romans 8:28 story about the loss of a child, renewed life, and healed relationships that only God could ever redeem.

Key Ideas:

  • How does God redeem a death?
  • How can God take my hurt away?
  • Can God use my hurt for good?
  • How do you cope with losing a child?
  • How can I stop focusing on my pain?

Gwen Moore Quotes:

Sometimes your Romans 8:28 story doesn’t seem like a Romans 8:28 story when you’re in the thick of it. It’s only after some reflection that you see what God was working for good in your situation.

“It was during that most painful 36 hours of my life that it was as if my heart was an etch a sketch and God just shook it and all that hurt that I’d accumulated from ten years just fell away and I saw my daughter where I’d only seen an addict.”

“It was through tears of grief that I saw God redeem her life through her death.”

“For the rest of your life, you will carry a scar, but I will carry you.”

Living for Two with Gwen Moore

Athena Dean Holtz Quotes:

“He would use even that loss, that pain, for good. Who would have guessed?”

Living for Two with Gwen Moore

Where to Find Them!

Athena Dean Holtz


Loss of a child. Broken parent child relationship. Organ donor. Romans 8:28 stories. God redeems pain. Drug addicted child.

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