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Do Setbacks Keep You From Chasing Your Dreams?

Are you chasing your dreams? Do setbacks hinder your forward motion? Cody lost his legs when he was just 18 months old, but that hasn’t kept him from chasing his dreams. God has a plan and a future for you, as Cody demonstrates in this short clip from Igniter Media.

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In the News:

Woohoo, today is the day I get to announce the winners of our latest contest! A special thank you to everyone who participated. I really appreciated all the entries and I know the judges had a hard time choosing winners. And (trumpet please) the winners are:

Lilly Green for the ebook series title: Eternal Foundations for a New Generation

Lori Barrow for ebook titles:

1. Best Friends Forever
2. Notes from our Savior
3. Sharing Secrets with God
4. The World is Waiting

Lilly and Lori, I will be sending your Amazon.com gift cards out today (Lilly $10.00 and Lori $40.00). Congratulations and thank you for your contribution to my new ebook series.

In Him together, Susan Gaddis

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Angela Rayher

    Thanks Susan. This was beautiful. It made me cry out of happiness for Cody and his parents. And yet inspired me also.
    Love,
    Angela

  2. Donna

    Oh, I love this video! Thanks for sharing!! When I took a class at Cuesta J.C. I wrote a paper on being a champion for someone. I learned that the word means not only being a champion (the best in a competition) – but it is also a person who fights for or defends any person or cause: a champion of the oppressed. I just know that Cody had people in his court – his champions, cheering him on. That is what we are all capable of – being encouragers to others who have lost limbs, or confidence, or strength, or dreams for more, or even their hope . . .

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