Glimpses of Glory Interviews
Greg and Kaye Allen
In Glimpses of Glory, Greg and Kay Allen share how God revealed His glory through their daughter’s difficult battle with leukemia. In this Glimpse we learn how to face life’s contradictions with courage and ultimately win the greatest victory of all.
Twenty-five years after the automobile accident that left him in a wheelchair and unable to speak above a whisper, Stuart Cureton compares the way he initially coped with the loss to the way he now deals with his disabilities. “To this day I love to see God’s will as it unfolds in my life. I’m confident God has a purpose for me and that purpose is never ending,” Stuart says.
Kristin Howard was a completely healthy, normal child…until age four when complications from meningitis sent her into a coma, then a lifetime of severe mental retardation. Linda, Kristin’s mother, now says, after over twenty-four years of caring for Kristin, “God has used this to do a work in me.”
“I told God I would rather die and go home to heaven – I was tired of fighting.” Scott Brodie was weary and depressed. Diagnosed with ALS, Scott was given just two to five years to live. For over 13 years Scott has maintained his faith and joy in Christ while walking through the valley of the shadow of death.