November 2016

Month

Isaak Everett Brunkow, the second child of Douglas and Kristine Brunkow, was born September 4th, 2000. For the first few months of his life, he was so chubby, and cuddly, and cute, his mother couldn’t bear to put clothes on him! From the very start, he became very attached to his sister one and a...
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Evan Bates has a rearview mirror perspective on the future. He’s looked back numerous times during his 21 years of life…always saying goodbye to friends he’ll never see again. Those goodbyes, coupled with the challenges of being the product of a biracial marriage and being an extra-bright homeschooled kid, have positioned him to understand lots...
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Since childhood, Helen Gibson has wanted to serve others. At 69, she is expanding her quest of service by studying health evangelism at Weimar Institute. “I just want to be so clear, this is all God. So everything I say is because of Him.” Gibson’s life-changing story begins in Missouri with the passing of her...
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Carola Janiak knows a good success story when she sees it. As a consultant with the massage and hydrotherapy program at Weimar Institute, she’s personally witnessed the benefits. “I gave a hot foot bath to a lady that was getting a migraine headache and she didn’t believe such a simple remedy would work,” shared Janiak....
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