Brant & Sherri from The Brant Hansen Show find any excuse to laugh and you will find it hard not to join them while they share who they look up to, the secret ingredient the kitchen can’t be without, and their favorite song to sing at church!comments
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WOW… exhausting day. Long story short: I was in the temple courts, and the leaders tried to trap me in front of people. They brought in a woman, and announced they’d caught her WHILE committing adultery. They wanted to kill her right then and there… because that’s what the rules say. Anyway, John wrote about what happened, so you can read about it here. When they left, I told her I didn’t condemn her, and…comments
Have you ever looked around at everyone having an emotional experience at church and thought, “… am I missing something?” Brant has felt like this more times than he can count. He talks about how autism and his unique personality has shaped his experience with spirituality and the church. How has the church welcomed misfits well? What does true faith and spirituality actually look like? Read more in Brant’s book called “Blessed are the Misfits:…comments
Here are four quick ways to tell: 1. Heroes see a need and they respond. So here’s our “bat signal” for you: CURE could heal MORE kids. We have the beds in our hospitals to do it. The missing piece? Donors. People willing to say, “I see what needs to be done, and I’m going to do it.” Here’s the equation. It’s really this simple: You + Action = Healed little bodies. That’s an opportunity…comments
An excerpt from Blessed are the Misfits: Great News for Believers Who are Introverts, Spiritual Strugglers, or Just Feel Like They’re Missing Something --- In A Beautiful Mind, Russell Crowe stars as mathematician John Nash. We see Nash in his college years, brilliantly succeeding at math, but finding it difficult to relate to humans. Nash doesn’t have many relationships other than his wife, his good friend Charles, and Charles’s sweet little niece, Marcee. Nash’s mathematical…comments
This month, my life is perfectly split in two. Exactly 24 years ago this month, I turned 24. What I remember most from that month wasn't my birthday: It was this guy I met. He was very, VERY short. I remember that. So short, in fact, that the first time I met him, someone just... handed him to me. Seriously. They handed me a guy. I didn't really know how to interact with him, so…comments