Are you a people pleaser? A servant of all? Take that mask of goodness away, and what will we find? Emptiness, loneliness, a victim. Surely we overcome evil with good (Romans 12:21). But God's righteousness can conquer evil once and for all. Only when we truly face our fears can we discover the courage, strength, and determination to pause, listen, and let God guide us to recovery and maturity in Christ Jesus.
A Mother's Cry Book Ethel's first book came out in October 2004
overcoming life's challenges, a fascinating account of Triumph over adversity, a beautifully written narrative that will capture the reader's heart. She is a woman of faith and courage.
This is a story of women who as they discovered themselves began to emerge and break the curses off their lives while they embraced the word of God "The Torah" they became powerful women of the word and embraced their Jewish roots.
Abandoned, impoverished, and abused, the early life of Ethel Gardner was impacted by immense tragedies. Without the guidance of any strong female figures and finding herself a maternal figure by the age of 8 to her brothers and sisters, Ethel faced the responsibilities of adulthood far too soon.
Ethel Gardner shares the importance of outreach for people struggling with mental health challenges on this episode of Crown of Courage.
Ms. Ethel Gardner teaches us how to live beyond loss. Through practice we can see that it is not the absence of fear but rather the ability to overcome fear one courageous act at a time.
Dylan Littlefield talks with Ethel Gardner, founder of the Kennedy Austin Foundation. The Kennedy Austin Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and supporting women and families whose lives have been impacted by tragedy.
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