From Dr. Graham’s Desk

Dear Friend,

Not long after I awoke following major surgery, I found myself plunged into a season of deep darkness.

I felt utterly defeated on every front – emotionally, physically, and spiritually.

But God met me in that dark season and taught me profound biblical lessons to help me heal and grow. One lesson in particular I want to share with you today.

Whatever you’re facing, everyone needs the truth of God’s Word to illuminate our lives, lift us up when we fall, and empower us to persevere in the race of faith.

As Psalm 119:105 says, “Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” 

Without the light, we can’t see where we’re going. It’s dark, scary, and isolating. But when you turn on a light, relief floods your mind.

This is the power of God’s Word in the face of your darkest seasons. So no matter what you’re wrestling with today, I pray you plug into the power source of God’s Word, and allow His truth to light up your situation.

And thank you for helping shine that same light to those who need it most through your partnership with PowerPoint. You’re a blessing to me and so many.

’Til the whole world hears,


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