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“Lifting Your Spirit with Sarah Taylor” offers a chance to go a little deeper with our listener together: What is my purpose? Am I enough? Who is God and what are His plans for me? Mixed with music and stories/interviews, listener interaction, Sarah’s heart for the SPIRIT family, together we acknowledge that there are not easy, one-size-fits-all answers for life’s bigger questions. “Lifting Your Spirit with Sarah Taylor” will share in both celebrations and disappointments. Most of all, it’s a nightly reminder that you’re not on this journey alone.

  • Who knew a low-maintenance, frugal Valentine's Day is actually the most romantic? My parents, evidently. See, they both unapologetically enjoy saving a pretty penny. No jewelry; no fancy night out needed. Instead, you’ll find one simple grocery-store bouquet of carnations on the dining room table: My moms favorite flower. I used to consider it odd, until I realized her reasoning:
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  • When a crisis hits how do you want your friends to serve you? Are you the type of person who wants people to show up unannounced at your doorstep with a meal or to clean your house?
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  • Even though this was a few years ago, I revisit the scene often…
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  • A few years ago, we had to do a strict elimination diet for our son Ethan. It was exhausting. I was so overwhelmed and emotional. When someone went out of their way to help me I usually cried from gratitude. When I see something like the Teal Pumpkin Project, my heart is reminded of what such a simple gesture means to a family who deals with this on a daily basis. What a beautiful way to show hospitality to friends and neighbors with a food allergy. The teal pumpkin says "I not only see you, but I care."
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  • Are you a "highlighter?" What I mean is, when you read, do you read interactively like I do with a pen and a highlighter, making notes in the margins and dog-earing pages to go back to? I think I get this from my mom. My favorite part of borrowing books from her is her notes in the margins. Sometimes, I feel like God is a "highlighter" too.
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  • Sarah Taylor sits down to talk with Laura Story about her book "When God Doesn't Fix It." This book will help you see God may lead us in ways we never imagined. We learn about God and more about ourselves as we have to trust in him through difficult times.
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  • Quick hypothetical situation: As usual, you’re juggling a lot of things at once. Then a friend/family member/neighbor/stranger asks you for a favor and you say yes, because, well, they need help and you want to be available. You find yourself stretched beyond your limits and overwhelmed.
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  • “I just don’t feel like I have a place where I belong.” My friend Elizabeth shared those words with me, tenderly, as we ate lunch. I nodded my head.This feeling starts at an early age, doesn’t it? Where do I sit in the cafeteria? Will I be chosen for the team?...
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  • My mom doesn’t wear heels. She wears sensible shoes. The kind that can get dirty and move fast – because shes a warrior. And she’ll help you carry your load.
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  • Take Amanda, who tells us she’d been backsliding in her faith–until she started listening to SPIRIT eight years ago. Today, as she faces huge challenges, Amanda finds hope here - “I've been battling breast cancer, and I honestly
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  • When Carrie heard her name announced on-air she could hardly believe it. She had been setting her alarm daily so she would remember to tune in and listen. With 5 kids (including 2 sets of twins) an extra $500 doesn't hurt!

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