Our mission is to inspire, encourage, and transform hurting hearts through Biblical counseling and the testimonies of faithful believers. To equip the church for disability ministry. To exalt our God Whose goodness never fails.


In this unique 10 minute discussion, Paul & Tabitha unpack a lesson of gratitude, learned from an unlikely source - a Samaritan leper.

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Paul and Tabitha update their audience and prayer warriors on their lives since moving to North Idaho.  They outline the confident expectation believers have in Christ, no matter what the events of life may be, and 3 practices for believers to build that hope in Him.


Referenced in this episode:

Top 5 Habits of Hopeful People by Summer Stevens

Paul & Tabitha’s “wilderness experience” beginning at Shiloh, shared in Episode 52- “The God Who Sees”

Kathryn Brown’s testimony, shared in Episode 3- Sweeter Than Honey Part 1 & Part 2

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featuring Ken Yates & Kathryn Wright with Grace Evangelical Society. A conversation based on the article and upcoming book Elisabeth: My Hero. Ken & Kathryn share the remarkable story of Elisabeth Yates who, though physically weak from cerebral palsy, lived a life of strong, unwavering faith in Jesus Christ.

Referenced in this interview: Elisabeth: My Hero

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Purchase Hebrews: Partners with Christ and the upcoming book, Elisabeth: My Hero by Ken Yates


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What makes spousal caregiving unique? Is it possible to maintain a healthy balance between caregiving duties and marriage, without losing the spark? Drawing from their own story of learning to cope with the increasing changes and demands of muscular dystrophy, Paul and Tabitha address potential ways caregiving can impact relationships and how, through Christ, their marriage grows stronger.

Referenced in this episode: AARP Report Looks at Onus On Spousal Caregivers

To gain a better, visual understanding of challenges specific to spousal caregivers, watch She gets paid … but marriage could change that by the Washington Post

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featuring Dr. Gary Chapman & Dr. Clarence Shuler. Gary and Clarence share their fascinating story of an unlikely yet special friendship built on faith in Jesus Christ.  They discuss their new book and answer questions on cultivating healthy, long-lasting relationships across ethnic and racial barriers.

Purchase Life Changing Cross-Cultural Friendships: How You Can Help Heal Racial Divides, One Relationship at a Time on Amazon or anywhere books are sold. Available June 7, 2022.

Referenced in this interview: “Birds of a Feather Do Flock Together: Behavior-Based Personality-Assessment Method Reveals Personality Similarity Among Couples and Friends”

“A Friend Like Me: When Given More Choices, People Pick Friends Similar to Themselves”


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Paul & Tabitha focus in on Ruth’s friendship with Naomi and discuss the importance of loyalty, acceptance, and empathy in building relationships.

Article referenced in this episode: Empathy: A Key to Inclusive Ministry


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featuring Andrew Klavan. Andrew Klavan opens up on how literature played a part in leading him from being a secular Jew to faith in Christ. He answers questions on his latest book, The Truth & Beauty, and provides insight into knowing Christ.


Purchase Andrew Klavan’s The Truth & Beauty: How the Lives and Works of England’s Greatest Poets Point the Way to a Deeper Understanding of the Words of Jesus on Amazon 


Learn more of Andrew Klavan’s story in his memoir The Great Good Thing: A Secular Jew Comes to Faith in Christ

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Paul & Tabitha answer questions from their audience on muscular dystrophy and talk about how Christians can thrive, regardless of circumstances. Based on Psalm 92.

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February 3, 2022

Ep.52-”The God Who Sees”

Paul & Tabitha share an update on their move to north Idaho and how their ‘wilderness experience’ has turned their attention to The God Who Sees.

Referenced in this episode: Hagar Does Not Deserve Her Bad Rap by Marcia Hornok

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December 9, 2021

Ep.51-”Always,Only Good”

featuring Shelly Hamilton. Shelly discusses her book, Always, Only Good — the story of her son’s lengthy trial with schizophrenia and the goodness of God through it all.

We highly recommend Shelly’s book,  Always, Only Good.  Purchase can be made through Majesty Music’s website

Songs referenced within the interview: You Are Always Good & Higher Ground

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featuring Lee Strobel. Season 3 Final.  Paul and Tabitha interview speaker and author Lee Strobel on how his near-death experience impacted his life. Separating myths from biblical truths, Lee answers questions about the glorious home that awaits believers in Christ after the grave.

Download a Free Sample of The Case for Heaven or Pre-Order the book from your favorite bookseller

  *Season 4 begins February 2022

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August 5, 2021

Ep.49-”Rising Above”

featuring Becky Davidson with Rising Above Ministries.
With raw yet refreshing honesty, Becky tells the story God wrote for her becoming a special needs mom and later a widow.  She shares how her grief led her to trust Christ more and offers practical advice on ministering to the special needs community. 

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Paul and Tabitha cover the remarkable promises from Romans 8 that give them confidence and courage through hardships in life.

If God Is for Us. Words from Romans 8:31, 35, 37-39. Music by Pepper Choplin

“Strength in Weakness (Part 2)” - Paul & Tabitha’s love story

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featuring Micah Wilder. Paul and Tabitha welcome back ‘returning guest, Micah Wilder’ , and interview him on his book Passport to Heaven: The True Story of a Zealous Mormon Missionary Who Discovers the Jesus He Never Knew. Micah gives a glimpse into the life of Latter-Day Saint missionaries and shares what it means to be beloved and forgiven.

Purchase Passport to Heaven on Amazon, Adam’s Road Ministry, or any place books are sold!

Learn more about Adam’s Road Ministry

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Taking a stroll through 1 Timothy, Paul and Tabitha put the spotlight on a “help-bringer,” and patterns he left to follow in developing the ministry of refreshing others.

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