This article was originally published in the February 2013 edition of ITMI Monthly. Poland It had taken him years of studying and hard work, an international move from America to Poznan, Poland and many sacrifices, but he was finally about to taste the reward. Bruno was in his last weeks of medical school at Poznan University […]
Hello Everyone, A big thank-you to all who have been praying in regards to my hope of hosting a 14-year-old dom dziecka boy (Miłosz) and 10-year-old Maciek (from Warsaw) over the Christmas break. The first answer to prayer came when I got word that Maciek’s step-grandma agreed to let Maciek come visit me. He will […]
Want to meet a truly inspirational family? If you don’t yet know ITMI’s Richard and Brooke Nungesser, get to know them! Start by reading the incredible story of how God is building their family, one miracle at a time.
When I was an elementary school teacher, the first grade teachers in our building had an annual tradition of celebrating the 100th day of school with their students. Although I never practiced this tradition as a teacher, I now have reason to observe it for a different reason…. as a new grandpa. Tuesday, April 3, […]
“I come from a broken family. My parents- father addicted to alcohol and handicapped mother struggling with depression- couldn’t give me the love, care and safety I needed as a child. I wasn’t aware of the destruction that was going on in me- I was emotionally damaged, spiritually dead and physically suffering from epilepsy.
This article originally appeared in the October 1, 2011 edition of ITMI Monthly. One frigid Polish winter during post Communist rule, I fell sick. I couldn’t get out of bed for two days, and didn’t make it to work. Even though I followed protocol for the situation, when I returned, my job had been […]
I am so happy to be able to send you this picture. Thirteen individuals! Thirteen stories! Thirteen miracles by One Author! And the Cloud of Messengers, meaning — All of You! Let me share with you just one story. It is about Agnieszka, standing right next to me.
When Charles Dibie’s father, who had 4 wives that Charles knows of, was divorced from Charles’ mother, neither wanted Charles.