Deep hurts shape us

I experienced my greatest hurt four-and-a-half years ago. A few of you are vaguely aware of that painful season.


I’m grateful that God uses the painful seasons to shape our heart and grow our faith.

Tomorrow, I’ll begin sharing what I’ve been learning.

But I gotta tell you . . . sharing this makes me nervous. Super nervous. I’ve never shared it publicly.

Tomorrow, I’ll share my greatest hurt briefly (76 words) and then unveil the one thing God has been teaching me in the aftermath.

Our conversation will be better if you participate.

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2 thoughts on “Deep hurts shape us

  1. Mark,
    I appreciate you and I appreciate your testimony. I was reading in 2 Cor. 4 how we carry God’s precious gift in jars of clay. A well-used jar is going to show more chips and dings than one that is not used. After many years of service my jar is now held together with duct tape. So when some people call your fervor for the Lord being a crack pot …. That is a good thing.