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A Story of God’s Amazing, Unconditional Love

by | Mon, Dec 2 2019

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Kelly Stigliano
Kelly Stigliano. (Photo credit: facebook.com/KellyJ.Stigliano)

Kelly Stigliano was a suicidal teenager, then an abused wife with two little kids.

In this two part Focus On The Family episode, you’ll hear how desperation led Kelly to leave her violent marriage and find safety for herself and her children… but she still needed to find Jesus.

She shares how she learned that God loved her unconditionally, even while she lived a life of desperation and hopelessness. Plus, how she found her true ‘happily ever after.’

Part 1

Kelly with family
Kelly with her family in 2019. (Photo credit: facebook.com/kellystigliano)

Focus on the Family provides relevant, practical support to help families thrive in every stage of life.  Listen to their daily radio show weekdays on Vision. Find your local times here.

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