Loss, Miracles, and Hope :: Sarah Rodriguez :: ITA113

By October 21, 2016Podcast

What do you do when your life looks like one tragedy after another? Do you believe that God will take your most devastating moment, and make your story triumphant?

I’m truly honored to get to talk with Sarah Rodriguez today. Sarah’s difficult journey started with infertility.  But that was only the beginning.  Listen in to hear her story of miracles, death, illness, recovery, darkness, and hope.


In This Episode You’ll Hear…

  • The unbelievable story of Sarah Rodriguez.
  • How to find rest in God in the midst of terrible pain and suffering.
  • Scriptures to cling to in the midst of dark trials.
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Quick Links

  1. Sarah’s Book, From Depths We Rise
  2. Love the song in the outro? It’s called God Day. It’s by Jen Stanbro and you can get it on iTunes by clicking here and check out Jen’s site by clicking here.

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  • Avatar Jenny says:

    Kat, this was such a beautiful podcast. As a fellow young widow to cancer, I was right there with Sarah. My late husband was never supposed to live to get married, let alone have a beautiful little boy who will be six this month. Her story was a mirror and gave words that I have been looking for find. Thank you for what you do!

  • Avatar Kat Lee says:

    I’m so sorry for all you’ve had to go through, but I’m thankful Sarah’s story was a blessing to you.