Listener Stories Encourage others by sharing your story here. Marriage Restoration Chelli A year ago at this time, my husband and I were facing divorce, something we both wanted (or so I thought). But upon our separation, it didn't take long to realize there is a very real difference between thinking you want a divorce and actually looking it square in the face. We both had let our spiritual walks fade over the year prior to this. Looking back, I can see how God tried to lead me in the right direction. I turned to God and prayed for my marriage to be restored, which He did! Thank you, God! After being separated for 4 months, there were lots things to work through and heal from. The tools to encourage us became a vital part of the healing process. God directed us to a new church, which we have been attending faithfully, and also to WBCL. I am amazed that EVERY time I get into my husband's car, he has WBCL on. God is doing a wonderful work in this marriage restoration, and the tools that we have found to strengthen us are SO important to help us get through each day. Everything on WBCL is great. Having music throughout the day and as we go to sleep at night refresh my spirit and give me strength. I thank you so much for your ministry. It has been such a blessing in my life!WBCL keeps my spirits up all day long and I'm thankful. April I married to a man named Robert and I am the mother to three children. I suffer from bipolar disease. I have tried suicide several times leaving me on life support 2 times. But through it all, I'm thankful for WBCL for being so encouraging to all who listen. WBCL keeps my spirits up. I am grateful for the Morning Show, Scott and Tiffany and Ken and McKalia. What true blessings they are. I pray for healing and for God to restore my soul. WBCL keeps my spirits up all day long and I'm thankful. I get thru the rough times with WBCL and they help me get through. Thank you.Even a Little Bit Dea We are a busy family with three boys under 10 years old from rural Ohio. My older boys get on the bus to school each morning and I drive my youngest, Carey, into town to either his grandparents or the sitter. Most mornings he asks to listen to a CD of his choice (Mickey Mouse, Bubble Guppies, etc) and most of the time I indulge him, then switch it to WBCL after he's dropped off. So, the other evening all three boys were out riding bikes after school. The training wheels have just come off Carey's bike. As I'm watching them ride around, I see Carey fall over. Not hurt, he gets back up and starts riding again. His next pass by me I hear him singing the chorus of Dan Bremnes's song "Up Again" over and over as he's going along. It just goes to show that even a little bit of exposure, when you don't think it even matters, gets soaked up by them and we occasionally see their faith peeking out.