One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

by Rich Stratton, Assistant Director or Public Relations

People move, life stages change, interests shift, and friendships fade or slip away. However, every now and then, two individuals develop an unbreakable bond and grow closer despite the ups and downs of life. A prime example of such a friendship is that of Cedarville University alumni Erika Weise and Carrie Holt, who are featured guests on the Cedarville Stories Podcast.  

They first met as singles at their local church and quickly formed a friendship that was infectious. As they both got married, their husbands became good friends, and the couples began having children who also caught the friendship bug.  

Carrie Holt and Erika WieseThis portrayal of lives intertwined in the beauty of friendship is heartwarming, but the story of Erika and Carrie goes even deeper, revealing how friendships are truly a blessing from God during challenging times.  

Both women have gracefully navigated the challenges of raising a medically fragile child with special needs, leaning on each other for support every step of the way through hospitalizations, surgeries, joys, sorrows, and the unpredictable nature of each day.  

Through it all, they and their families have persevered, and now their eldest children (one of whom has defied all odds) are on the verge of graduating from Cedarville University, just like these proud moms.  

Join these exceptional families on their unwavering journey in the Season 11 inaugural episode of the Cedarville Stories Podcast

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