In episode 118,Christian Bohlen’s story presses us into a unique space in this series. We’ve heard stories of suffering being thrust upon someone, but what about the moments when we choose to remain in the suffering of another? For Christian, it was choosing to remain in a difficult marriage after realizing his wife struggled with significant mental health challenges, even when the impact on him could be severe. While voices around him and in his own mind told him to leave, God invited him to stay. This was not an easy invitation, but has led to a decades-long story that will encourage any who are choosing to remain in the suffering of another.
How has God equipped you to remain in hard spaces?
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