In Part 1 of this weekend's problem, author Kathi Lipp explains how too much clutter can cause family stress and conflict, and offers practical strategies to get rid of what you don't need so that you can have the space and resources to serve God as He intended.
In Part 2, Jay and Katherine Wolf describe how God's grace has sustained their marriage and family since Katherine suffered a massive, debilitating brainstem stroke in 2008.
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Kathi LippView Bio
Kathi Lipp is a popular public speaker and the author of 16 books including Clutter Free, Hot Mama: 12 Secrets to a Sizzling Hot Marriage, The Get Yourself Organized Project, The Husband Project and The Cure for the Perfect Life. She is a frequent guest on radio and TV, and host of the podcast Clutter Free Academy. Kathi and her husband, Roger, are the parents of four young adults in San Jose, Calif. Learn more about Kathi by visiting her website, www.kathilipp.com.
Jay and Katherine WolfView Bio
Jay and Katherine Wolf's idyllic life as a young married couple with an infant son was tragically shattered in 2008 when Katherine suffered a massive brainstem stroke. She wasn't expected to survive, but through two years of recovery, she re-learned how to eat, speak and walk. Today, Katherine still suffers from double vision, deafness, facial paralysis and limited use of one hand. Through public speaking and their book, Hope Heals, Jay and Katherine share their compelling story of how their marriage and family have been sustained by God's grace and their faith in Him. Learn more about Jay and Katherine by visiting their website, www.hopeheals.com.