Oct 15, 2019
Today’s episode is with, Kelly Stuckey. She and I met through Camp Well and I have had the privilege of watching and learning from her as she advocates for her son, Everett, who was born with achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism. Our conversation is packed with wisdom about what it means to love others and walk alongside people with differences. Kelly shares the ways she has learned to advocate for her son and educate others on the importance of seeing each person’s unique beauty while viewing them through the eyes of their creator. She talks in detail about how seeing Everett through God’s eyes has reshaped her relationship with Him and expanded her heart in life-changing ways. Kelly lives in NW Arkansas with her precious 3-year-old son Everett. Kelly owns and operates Crown Beauty Bar, a full-service salon and spa she and her husband Zac founded together 6 years ago. Her love for God’s Word and her church community play a huge role in her everyday life; Kelly says both have been daily source of strength and comfort as she navigates life after the unexpected loss of her husband Zac in July of this year. Kelly says she consistently holds to that same faith as she advocates for Dwarfism Awareness.