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Michele Cushatt

Michele Cushatt is a popular public speaker who has addressed audiences around the world, and a writer whose work can be found in numerous publications including MOPS InternationalToday’s Christian Woman and InCourage. A three-time cancer survivor, she is the author of several books, including A Faith That Will Not Fail: 10 Practices to Build Up Your Faith When Your World Is Falling Apart. Michele is married to Troy and they share six children. Learn more about Michele at her website, michelecushatt.com.

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Walking With God Through Trials (Part 2 of 2)

Michele Cushatt shares her story of walking through difficult times and how faithful God was throughout. She explores ten practices—concepts such as lament, humility, contentment, and perspective—that will help you build and strengthen your faith so you can weather those stressful seasons with God. (Part 2 of 2)

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Walking With God Through Trials (Part 1 of 2)

Michele Cushatt shares her story of walking through difficult times and how faithful God was throughout. She explores ten practices—concepts such as lament, humility, contentment, and perspective—that will help you build and strengthen your faith so you can weather those stressful seasons with God. (Part 1 of 2)

Michele Cushatt

Standing Firm on God’s Word

Cancer survivor Michele Cushatt offers an encouraging reminder about how you can find your identity in God, and His purpose and plan for your life, rather than relying on your own talents, appearance or relationships.

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Knowing Who You Are in Christ

Speaker Michele Cushatt discusses the struggles she endured through three bouts with cancer, and how her faith in Jesus Christ brought her to a place of peace with herself and with God.

Build a Strong Sense of Identity in Your Kids

Do your kids struggle with their identity? Mom of six kids, Michele Cushatt shares about three self-strengthening anchors that can ground kids in the truth of who they are.