Join Dr. Dobson for Part II of his interview with Judy Squier as they delve deeper into her amazing life from brokenness to beauty. Judy talks about how God showed her that her life trials were a means to a greater end toward a more meaningful relationship with Him. Judy also shares how God led her toward certain Scriptures that revealed a greater understanding of God's character that brought hope and inspiration during some of her most difficult trials. Her two books, Living in the Names of God and His Majesty in Brokenness were a byproduct of God leading Judy down this path from brokenness to beauty.
Judy Squier has learned firsthand about God’s Power showing up in human weakness. A Psalm of David (139) declares that God is there when we are formed in our mother’s womb. He is with us before we are even born. Judy has to believe that being born without complete legs was not a fetal fluke, but His holy design. Filling her mind and heart with promises from the Bible has been the key to living life to the fullest.
Judy began her public speaking career when she was thirteen with the talk “Learning to Walk with Artificial Limbs.” This evolved into “Learning to Walk with Jesus Christ.” Hundreds of speeches later, her messages model authentic hope as she recaps tales of a daily life in relationship with a down-to-earth God. A God of abundance. A God of surprises. A God who wants us to dream big.
She married her college sweetheart, David Squier, the same month she received her Masters Degree in Speech, enjoying ten years as a speech pathologist before becoming a full-time mother to Emily, Elizabeth and Naphtalie. The children are grown and now come the grandchildren and a blessed life of writing and public speaking with so many stories to tell of God’s faithfulness!
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