Life is about overcoming obstacles. And if you have something you’re struggling to get over, listen to Chris Fabry Live. Tyler Sexton was born with cerebral palsy. Many had little or no vision for his future. Despite his adversity, he became a doctor. He says, “I’d rather walk with a limp in Christ than with a strut in the world.” Hear his story on Chris Fabry Live.
Tyler Sexton, M.D., is a physician specializing in pediatrics, a remarkable feat for someone who was born with Cerebral palsy, a condition often resulting in physical and mental disability, blindness, and seizures. From a young age, his steadfast determination and faith in God enabled him to achieve his goals in spite of numerous obstacles that included painful operations and therapy, setbacks, disappointments, and the low expectations of others. Tyler is also a motivational public speaker and a co-author with his mom, Lisa, of two books: God Bless These Little Legs and No Such Thing as Can’t.
Lisa Sexton is a motivational public speaker who inspires her audiences with the message of her faith in God, especially in the face of the challenges she faced in being the mother of a child who was born with Cerebral palsy. She frequently speaks with her son, Tyler, who has overcome the obstacles of his condition to become a medical doctor. Lisa and Tyler have co-authored two books: God Bless These Little Legs and No Such Thing as Can’t.
Chris Fabry is the host of Chris Fabry Live, one hour of spiritual encouragement from his backyard radio fence. The program challenges listeners to think biblically about their spiritual journeys. Chris is also the author of the Christy Award-winning novel Dogwood, June Bug, ECPA Christian Book Award-winner (Fiction) Almost Heaven, Not in the Heart and Borders of the Heart. He and his family live near Tucson, Ariz.
Chris Fabry Live is designed to build up the spiritual immune system of the Christian men and woman. As you walk through the journey of faith called the Christian life, you meet new people, learn new things, laugh, cry and, most importantly, grow in your understanding of God.