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Stephanie Bryant is the co-founder of @incourage and a podcaster at the #JesusLedAdventurePodcast. She owns a Marketing & Business Coaching company. She is passionate about guiding you to your promised land and personal brand therapy. She enjoys spending her days with her husband and their miracle daughter, Gabrielle, on #BryantFamilyFarm....

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  1. “Only He can rescue…redeem…restore…”

    Yes, yes, yes!

    Hope is one of the most beautiful words in our language, transcending language…time…space. I guess because eternity is set within the framework of hope, living forever past and future in Christ. Which BLOWS MY MIND.

    I wish I could HEAR you speak about this trip…your words are a beautiful start!


  2. I feel your heart for Zambia in your retelling – it’s beautiful. And though the country in Africa that has captured my heart is further South – I love how God uses our experiences in these worlds far away to draw us closer to Him. To see more of His heart. To see even ourselves more clearly.

  3. Indescribable Is our God,,Creator of Heaven and Earth.. Our HOPE in all situtations. Now and forever and evr more…Amen
    Praising Him…Sharing in Christ’s Spirit with you~~~Hugs Dena

  4. Hope for the moment and Hope for tomorrow. A blessing you are for shining your LIGHT for Jesus here where you are and there where you have been and even to where you can not go…
    I too have a bleeding heart for those ‘least of these’ in Zambia and through my prayers and tear stained pillow case, I have HOPE that God is make a way- where there seems to be no way.
    Blessings my friend.

  5. Our church has also found a love of the orphans in Zambia. We have built a feeding center where they are starting to grow their own food and spend time in fellowship together. Let’s continue to pray for HOPE in Zambia!!

  6. This past weekend I made a presentation to our church body on the plans our orphan/adoption ministry has for the year 2011. My focus (especially since starting this ministry 3 years ago) has been to help people realize they can help in small ways and those small ways can touch the life of a child. Our theme this year is going to be choose one, pick one, feed one, touch the life of one child. Your article sums it up for me….give Hope to one child. From this article, I hopped over to the Every Orphan’s Hope website and found the Chicks4orphans. What a wonderful idea….gives me a great idea for the month of April with Easter on the way. By the way, we have two adopted children from Liberia and we saw many of the same things there….very humbling experience. Thanks for the article.

  7. Stephanie,

    Reading this and now knowing the heart and persons behind it is beautiful!

    Thank you,

  8. This is beautiful-a true reflection of who you are. I love you girl and I love that I’ve slept in your beautiful home, seen inside your heart and have Africa in common with you. xoxo