KBP EPISODE #023 - Defined or Refined?

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We all face challenges in life. Do you let your circumstances define you or do you let God use those things to refine you? On episode 23 of the Keep Breathing Podcast we get to hear the story of Jay Hoss and how God is using him and the challenges that come with having hydrocephalus to speak hope into other people. You can catch up with Jay on Instagram and Facebook. You can also give to support his next Ends of the Earth Cycling ride here and click on Jay’s name.

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We are thankful for our sponsor on episode 23 - Lovoso.

Lovoso is a social business started with a passion to see at-risk young men achieve their potential through job-skills training. We train at-risk men to help make products and they learn valuable skills in the process. But the good doesn't stop there. We have chosen to use 100% of our profits to invest in programs and homes that help orphans and widows. Our handcrafted wooden pens are high-quality, unique creations. They are a labor of love, and you will be hard-pressed to find another pen like ours. For more information or to purchase a hand made pen with a purpose, visit
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And even better, Lovoso is offering a 20% discount to those that listen to the keep breathing podcast. At check out just insert the word "breathe" to save 20% off your purchase at
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This podcast would not be possible without show sponsors and the support of our listeners. If you have a question, want to share how the podcast has helped you or if you would like more information about being a sponsor, visit 
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Thank you for listening. God is not finished with your story. Keep breathing.