A podcast where we share stories of hope for family caregivers breaking through loneliness to see God even in this season of life.
Stories of Hope for living content, loving well, and caring with no regrets!
How does one find joy, balance, and peace in the midst of heartbreak and loss? Let’s explore this profound question with Tammy Marvin, a woman who has walked the tough path of caregiving for her ailing loved ones. Tammy reveals her rollercoaster journey of looking after her mother, father, and sister in their final days – a task that was heartbreaking yet rewarding in its own way.
Is there a way to balance grief with faith? Tammy believes there is and shares how she navigated through these turbulent times. She talks about the importance of having a perspective, finding humor, and maintaining faith in the face of adversity. Equally compelling is the touching tale of her husband’s bond with her father in his last days. And through it all, Tammy found a having an encourager and someone who has been there before to be invaluable and could be beneficial to others going through a similar journey. Get ready to take away some vital lessons from Tammy’s story, which will help you find your own peace in grief.
Tammy Marvin is married to the love of her life Tim Marvin. They are a blended family with six adult children and eleven grandchildren. Tammy has spoken in churches for various groups of women on many subjects. She was a mentor mom in Mops for 10 years, was the music teacher and children’s chaplain for a private Christian school for 25 years.
Outside of ministry Tammy is a hairdresser by trade for 46 years and God has used her profession to have opportunity to share the love of Christ in many ways. Tammy also currently volunteers at her local Pregnancy Center.
*Transcript is an actual recount of the live conversation
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