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Singer Stacie Ruth Shares How to Find Jesus in the Midst of Great Pain

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To see Bright Light Ministry’s founder, Stacie Ruth, pictured in the New York Times or USA Today, to watch her on international TV, and to hear her on the radio might deceive you: Her life has been far from perfect. Join Stacie Ruth as she shares with Lisa and you about her experiences with illness in her life, including being a keynote for the Alzheimer's Association. Stacie Ruth and her sister, Carrie Beth, faced witnessing a horrific vehicular homicide, Alzheimer's (3 of 4 grandparents with dementia or Alzheimer's), sudden deaths, cancer-afflicted loved ones, growing up with a seriously ill parent, depression, rejection, chronic illnesses, being part-time caregivers in college, and more. But they thrive because Jesus is alive. Let them share tips on how to experience His love and bright light in your life! At only 7, Stacie Ruth wrote her moving testimony. Dr. Schuller read it aloud on his show, The Hour of Power. At 15, she wrote her first book, Still Holding Hands, about her grandparents' inspirational story of romance, faith, and brave battle with Alzheimer's disease. (Randy Travis, Pat Robertson, Shirley Jones, and Senator Chuck Grassley, to name a few, put aside their differences and endorsed Stacie’s work.) See more at our web site www.hopeenduresradio.com