Serve One Another
About the Guest
J.T. Olson knows what it’s like to be an orphan, having lost both his parents in a tragic automobile accident.
Tracy Lane shares her experience regarding her daughter’s heart surgeries.
Ann Voskamp also talks about the thrill of 'giving it forward.' Whether it's through a smile, a financial blessing, or a cup of cold water to someone who's thirsty, we can always find ways to be the hands and feet of Jesus.
'Giving It Forward' printables from Ann Voskamp
J.T. OlsonAfter being orphaned as a child alongside his four siblings, JT Olson went on to start Both Hands -- a faith-based non-profit serving orphans and widows. Olson’s personal tragedy gave him an overwhelming understanding of the need to find loving homes for the world’s orphaned and vulnerable children. His new book follows his powerful journey towards spiritual restoration by recounting significant moments in his life, including his family’s life-altering decision to adopt a little girl from...more
Tracy LaneTracy Lane--wife to Matt, mom of 3, writer at FamilyLife --is trying to juggle the dream. She enjoys cheering on her husband's baseball team and encouraging others with the truth of the gospel. With Tracy you get what you see: a mom who carries the weight of caring for a chronically ill daughter, but is also doing her best to teach her family how to make the most of every day we are given for God's glory. Follow her motherhood journey online at Hea...more
Tracy Lane and J.T. Olson tell their stories of how others served them during their hour of great need, and how being the recipient of generosity increased their desire to help others.