• Episode 137: Navigating Life's Unexpected Turns: Michelle Ross' Journey of Faith and Healing

  • Apr 16 2024
  • Length: 42 mins
  • Podcast
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Episode 137: Navigating Life's Unexpected Turns: Michelle Ross' Journey of Faith and Healing

  • Summary

  • In this episode, our guest, Michelle Ross opens up about her journey of faith and trust, especially during the challenging times when her husband suffered a stroke, and she faced her own health issues. But what's remarkable is how she found solace and strength in relying on God, even in the darkest moments.

    She shares candidly about the importance of community and reaching out for help when needed. Michelle's message is all about taking those small steps toward healing and restoration, even when it seems daunting. And you know what? She's living proof that God doesn't waste our pain. Instead, He uses our struggles to build resilience and inspire others around us.

    Listening to Michelle's story will leave you feeling uplifted and encouraged, reminding us all of the incredible power of faith and the goodness of God, even in the midst of adversity. So, grab your headphones and get ready to be inspired by Michelle's journey of hope and resilience!


    [00:00] Podcast Episode Preview

    [01:00] Podcast Topic Introduction

    [02:41] Guest's Background Introduction

    [04:30] The Impact of Michelle's Husband's Stroke

    [07:09] Questioning and Growing in Faith

    [08:30] Michelle's Faith Journey

    [10:23] Michelle's Struggles as Preacher's Kid

    [12:30] Rebounding Into Worse Relationships

    [15:04] Michelle's Experience with Homelessness

    [16:35] Reconnecting with God and the Church

    [18:43] Real Encounter with God

    [20:03] Overcoming Health Issues Through Lifestyle Changes

    [24:16] The Connection Between Diet, Mind, and Spirit

    [28:00] The Ministry of Receiving Help

    [29:58] The Importance of Community and Support

    [32:19] The Impact of Michelle's Story on Others

    [33:35] God Does Not Waste Our Pains

    [36:44] Practical Tips for Those Going Through Tough Times

    [40:30] Invitation to Access Free Resources and Conclusion


    KSWP Website



    Guest's bio:

    Michelle Ross is the president and general manager of KSWP radio in Lufkin, Texas, a station founded by her father over 30 years ago. Throughout her 29-year career, she has worked every conceivable job within the radio industry and has been a pillar of strength for the station.

    Michelle's life took a dramatic turn when her husband, Al, suffered a massive stroke, transforming her into a 24-hour caregiver. Despite the challenges, Michelle's faith has not wavered. She shared with us her journey from being a prodigal child to experiencing numerous breakthroughs in her life, including a return to Christ, healing in her marriage, overcoming disabling pain and food allergies, and now, navigating the uncertain path of her husband's recovery.

    As a pastor of "The River, a church for whosoever," Michelle continues to lead her congregation while caring for Al. Her story is a testament to the power of faith, the importance of community support, and the joy that can be found even in the midst of life's toughest trials.

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