How Do YOU Do Hard Things?

When Mary and I were trying to come up with a name and a format for our new podcast, I knew almost immediately we had to go with “We Do Hard Things”, a very familiar phrase that I have heard Mary use about her Special Education students many times. The phrase can mean a number of things but the general tone of it says “We are going to meet struggles head on and work through them without giving up.” For us, that also means that we are going to put our faith in God and know that His plan for our lives is real and extraordinary.

One of the reasons that Mary and I started WDHT was to hear other voices who have had struggles, faced obstacles, and worked to break through them. We want to do that in a couple of different ways.

  1. You can call into our voicemail line and briefly state your name and what the phrase “We Do Hard Things” means to you. Your voicemail may be used at the top of the show right before the intro.

  2. If you have a “We Do Hard Things” story of struggles you have faced and how you’ve persevered with grit, please leave us a message on our voicemail page or email us and tell us about it. If you’re willing, we may have you on the show as a guest to share your story with the hopes that it can help others.

As we get older and start looking back at the tough times we’ve faced, it’s nice to be able to take what we’ve learned and use it to help others who may not have faced those same things yet. Please join us in sharing experiences, lifting each other up, and creating a community of people who do hard things.