In episode 107,we hear Kim Harm’s story of persevering through breast cancer, though we actually hear something more. Soon into the conversation, Kim shares that she has passed the hardest part of breast cancer and could easily remove the topic from the bulk of her life, but God has given her a hard invitation to remain. Whether it’s writing, sharing on podcasts, or talking with people in the midst of breast cancer, she feels the weight of allowing “breast cancer” to be such a regular part of her life; she also feels the presence and love of God, and knows this invitation isn’t about breast cancer, but about inspiring others to know more deeply the loving God that remained with her through recovery.
Has God ever given you a hard invitation to remain?
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