21st Century Hannah's podcast
About This Show
21st Century Hannah is my passion, it is my platform. It is a podcast show, it is a series of books. 21st Century Hannah is the story of an entire segment of society that is largely ignored and misunderstood. I lived that story. I am living the story. I was tested and chose to turn my test into a testimony.
21st Century Hannah is about the woman who wanted but could not have children. Of course I invite everyone to listen. This is a message for everyone because we are all living life, though not the same life. When we realize this, our minds will open up to the realization that we can treat each other with understanding, empathy, and grace.
Most Recent Episode
4 days ago
Podcast episode: Refrigerator Magnets Hello there! In this episode, ‘Refrigerator Magnets’, I talk about my recent trip to Switzerland, the magnets and postcards I bought; and how I recognized the places I’ve been just by looking at the magnets on my fridge. In the Book of Proverbs, in the Holy Bible, there is a verse that says “In their hearts humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps.” In other words, we can make all the plans we want to, but God has his own plans for us. We plan our lives, our vacations, our jobs, etc. But what happens when those plans do not happen? We can either stop, and sit out our lives in dismay, or we can continue on the path we have been set on. Either way, life is happening. And before we know it, we are a certain age and we have lived lives of sadness or bitterness because our lives did not happen the way we expected. But when we look at our refrigerators and see pictures of family members, grocery list reminders, or encouraging words. We see funny magnets we have picked up along the way, or magnets depicting places we have been. We realize life was indeed happening anyway. We may as well take an active part, accepting what we must, changing what we can, and knowing the difference. Sounds like a familiar saying? It’s a form of the Serenity Prayer: “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, Courage to change the things I can, And wisdom to know the difference.” -- American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr (1892–1971).