Tess Lashley had every reason to be sour and angry.Instead, she chose niceness. Saddled by pain throughout her body from bone cysts, arthritis, spinal stenosis, diabetes, stage III kidney disease, and a blood clot in her leg, she joyfully recounts the moment when her wheelchair became her past method of transportation.
Tess and her husband, Philip, who married in their 40s, share what can happen in a marriage when God is placed above all.
Cindy Lauper’s “True Colors” reminds us that God knows us better than we know ourselves. He sees what we are truly capable of and waits for us to show our true colors.