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While most of the world was glued to televisions trying to make sense of the multiple terrorist attacks on American soil, Tammy was trying to make sense of her own tragedy in the waters of the Caribbean.

While diving off the coast of Jamaica as he had done so many times before, her husband, Trent, didn’t resurface after going for what seemed like a another ordinary dive.

(Part 2 of 2) Katharine Hill, Director of Care for the Family in England, offers couples helpful reminders for cultivating a thriving marriage in a discussion based on her book If You Forget Everything Else, Remember This: Building a Great Marriage.

(Part 1 of 2) Pastor John Ortberg offers fresh insight on what it means to live an abundant life as a disciple of Jesus Christ in a discussion based on his book Eternity is Now in Session: A Radical Rediscovery of What Jesus Really Taught About Salvation, Eternity, and Getting to the Good Place.

I thought ‘Tammy, if you choose to do something with this, it could be great if you choose to make a big deal out of God in this moment.’ Heidi: Did you know what that ‘big deal’ was going to be?

Tammy: I think there were times I didn’t feel like I had anything to give and I didn’t have a clue about the direction in my life.

(Part 2 of 2) Author Jessie Minassian offers parents practical advice for helping their daughters gain a healthy perspective about beauty and body image in a culture that drives teen girls and young women to compare themselves to others while chasing impossible standards of beauty. Juli Slattery explains how the Christian view of sex has been subtly and negatively influenced by our culture, and urges us all to gain a proper understanding of God’s design for sexuality, especially so that we can help bring about God’s restoration in the lives of non-believers who are struggling with …

And in the past few years, I’ve chosen to walk in it. For me, the story is more of my life than the music…more of a reflection of the real me. Tammy: It’s deeper, more mature, and more timeless than what I’ve put out in the past. In order to find what I wanted, I had to walk away from a lot of producers who were just programming the tracks. It’s more creative, and I found some real artful music this time.Heidi: And now you’ve released your new album, Stronger, which is obviously shows that you’re still walking in it. And the ministry of this music is really a thrill for me.Heidi: How is this album different from your others?I’d tell myself that I was much stronger than I thought. The struggle of being on this side of heaven is that complete healing will not happen until I get there.The pieces have come back together…they just look different now. Tammy: To be stronger means that we have come from a weaker place…a painful place.

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