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Chris Fabry
Married to Andrea since 1982. We have 9 children together and none apart. Our dog's name is Tebow.
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After finding and remediating mold twice in our Colorado home, we abandoned ship in October 2008. Because of the high levels of exposure, our entire family was affected. After months of seeing different specialists for all of the problems, we came to Arizona to begin comprehensive treatment to rid our bodies of the toxic buildup. In August 2009 we moved into a larger home, four bedrooms, south of Tucson, north of Mexico. I am doing my daily radio program/ writing from that location. Thanks for praying for us. We really feel it.

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011
This is my friend, Phil, or as we knew him, Phillip. Our friend from Shoney's knew how to operate his camera phone better than he did.


Anonymous said...

Hi Chris. Don't always believe that what we wanted to be in our youth is usually what we disire to be later on. I wanted to be a secretary (nothing wrong with that if it's what you wanted to be)because I didn't think there was anything better.

I had a very difficult childhood; raped at a very young age and sexually abused by sevral men with a Mom who found it hard to love me.

Years later, 1992 to be exact, God quickened in my heart to study Psychology (I have now changed to Marriage & Family Counseling)! I am still in the process of pursuing this degree, because of a fear that I wouldn't be able to cut it!

Well, after much healing from God, I know that I MUST pursue this degree! Not for anyone else but myself. God knows exactly what I need. And He knows that therein lies my freedom to be me. My voice and my desires were lost at an early age because of what had been taken away from me! God's given me my voice back!



Kim said...

Two fine gentleman! Trouble with cell phones? That is when you need the teen. I hand my new cell to my niece, and she can tell me exactly how to operate it within minutes. No manuals to pour through. :)

Jack Foster said...

Hey Chris.... you guys look more like it has been 32 days, not years :o) Great show today. I wanted so badly to call in, but I was on my way home. I’m glad you included the comments later in your show, that it is never to late to pursue what God has placed in your heart. I finally began children’s book illustrating at the age of 50 and now have an illustrated blog teaching kids God’s truth in His word and several published books. The desire was in my heart from 8th grade when I did a poster for our school library, but through poor choices, alcoholism, divorce etc... my dream faded. I found the Lord 11 years ago and my passion was reignited. I took some art classes to catch up with technology. With my “new” heart, I was so grateful for what Jesus had done for me and so appreciative of the beauty surrounding me (that I had never noticed before) that I began to follow the dream that was nearly lost. Your show yesterday with Manuel Luze and todays show really touched me. Thanks Chris. God bless you and your amazing family!

Tracy in Georgia said...

Hi Chris. My dad had suggested that I be an architect or an engineer through most of my childhood. Mainly, because they were well paying jobs. The big problem was he introduced me to hunting, fishing, and camping. In my 1st semester of my senior year in high school, I was taking ap biology. We were learning about ecosystems and that is when I new I wanted to work in that area of study. I researched an found a school that offerred a degree in fish and wildlife management. I graduated with a fisheries management degree and haven't regretted that choice one bit. 13 years later I am still working with the state, studying fish, reseaching, managing the populations, making baby fish, investigating fish kills, etc. The pay is low but I wake up every morning looking foward to work. After three years of being saved, I am even more thankful that God would have blessed me with a career caring for his creation.

Tracy (male)