Michele Cushatt

Michele Cushatt

Michele Cushatt is a storyteller whose speaking experience includes Women of Faith, Focus on the Family, and various other conferences and retreats. In addition to her own speaking, Michele is Director of Conferences for Dynamic Communicators International, training others in the art of communication. 

She and her husband, Troy, live in Colorado along with three teenage sons and three “littles.” You can follow their story on her blog, Facebook, or Twitter.

Posts by Michele Cushatt:

Making Good on the Promise to Pray

“For this reason, since the day we heard about you, we have not stopped praying for you…” —Colossians 1:9 Every day I receive requests for prayer. On Facebook, over email, via text message or phone call. A friend lost his job. Another was in […]

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Love Covers All

A regular brouhaha erupted in the backyard. My three little ones, two six year olds and one seven year old, sounding like a 2 a.m. bar brawl. She isn’t sharing! He’s being mean to me! You’re not my friend anymore! Head throbbing and […]

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Breathing New Life into Your Time with God

“He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he restores my soul.” —Psalm 23:2-3a With six kids, a husband, and a fulltime career, I don’t need another to-​​​​do. I’m guessing you don’t either. We have plenty of time takers and […]

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Ways to Help Your Child See God Each Day

“These commandments that I give you today are to be upon your hearts.Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.” […]

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The Upside of Endings

I was not quite seven years old when my family moved from Tempe, Arizona to Bloomington, Illinois. I still remember hiding myself in the living room drapes, peeking out every now and then to glare at the movers as they […]

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The Right Feet

“…she began to wet his feet with her tears.” —Luke 7:38 She crawled across the floor on her hands and knees, tears pouring. Oblivious to her desperation, her husband grabbed his car keys and hastily packed bags in a single motion. “Please…don’t leave […]

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The Resolution of Mercy

I love a new year — a chance to do things differently, to live differently. A new year is an opportunity to make changes to my health, family, career, and relationships. It’s a new start for all of us. That’s why we make resolutions, start […]

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The Star and the Song

One minute ago, the hygienist took my twin five-​​​​year-​​​​olds and six-​​​​year-​​​​old to the back room of the dentist office. The room with reclining chairs, bright lights, intimidating metal instruments and a basket of stickers for children who don’t scream and flail […]

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First Things First

Parenting the second time around looks different than the first. When our second of three boys graduated from high school, we assumed we were nearing the end of our parenting journey. Well, at least the part that involves children living at […]

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Pull of Position

I thought the war over riding shotgun would end when my boys left elementary school. Unfortunately, no. My boys are now 15, 18, and 20 years old. Two are old enough to vote and be tried as an adult. The youngest […]

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