The Wholeheartedly storytellers are not anonymous. It requires a lot of trust and faith in God to have your name and face attached to your story. They are real people, unashamed to document the struggles and challenges where they needed Jesus to intervene, which I believe will allow the reader to relate, and hope for breakthrough in their own story. Each story is shared from a deeply personal perspective and therefore inevitably includes a measure of subjectivity. We are all flawed individuals who aren’t always able to see the full picture surrounding our experiences. However, this doesn’t take away the authenticity of these encounters with God’s truth.
Bianca & Berné Leuvennink
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