Walking Through the Storm (What Really Matters)

Walking Through the Storm (What Really Matters)Many of you walked with us on our journey through the horrific storm of April 27 2011. Keri at A Happy Home Media asked me last week to share the story with her listeners. She and her husband did an amazing job helping bring the story to life (truly, the special effects are chilling).

My heart and prayer have always been that for the rest of my life, as often as the Lord gives me opportunity to proclaim His power, I will.

“Let each generation tell its children of your mighty acts; let them proclaim your power.” Psalm 145:4

I hope you enjoy listening.

Gaining Clarity on What Really Matters: Kelly’s Tornado

6 Responses to “Walking Through the Storm (What Really Matters)”

  1. Thomas Lamar says:

    Thank you Kelly. It was great having you on the podcast. Thank you for sharing your incredible story with us and our listeners. Certainly the power of a tornado is massive… but, as your story so clearly shows, the POWER of the Body of Christ is GREATER!

    – Thomas (and Keri) Lamar
    http://AHappyHomePodcast.com

    • Thomas,

      I appreciate you guys for not only your amazing gift, but the compassion and love with which you handled this important event in my life. You truly brought beauty and clarity to the story.

  2. 6 arrows says:

    An important reminder of how God always has been, and will always continue to be, in control, and how we can always count on Him to work for our good every life event we and our loved ones experience.

    Our big God has every storm well in hand.

  3. 6 arrows says:

    I forgot to mention what a great idea it was that you started to sing after the storm passed. I don’t think I had ever heard that you’d done that, but what a wonderful thing the physical act of singing can be when feeling overwhelmed, or at least hearing someone else sing in times of great turmoil.

    And “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” — wow! Did you know that the end of the last verse says, “Though all may be gone, Our victory is won; The Kingdom’s ours forever!”?

    Powerful truth there.

    • C,

      Wow, I did not know that. In fact, I remember that song just coming to me, even though it’s not exactly a favorite or anything. I guess it seemed like the suitable one. And then I couldn’t remember all the words! The compelling notion to sing just came from a desperate place of wanting to calm my children. I certainly didn’t know what to say.

  4. Dawn says:

    I have been listening to some of Keri Mae’s podcasts lately and really enjoying them. I’m anxious to listen to this one!!

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