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WATCH: EEW Magazine president Dianna Hobbs conquers longtime fear

Photo Credit: Dianna Hobbs YouTube screen captureArticle By Amy Bertinelli // EEW TV

Share Before Dianna Hobbs went through the most painful and prolonged season of sickness in her lifetime, she was afraid of heights.

But in a new family vlog, the award-winning founder of Empowering Everyday Women, Inc. is seen riding the “Giant Wheel” at a theme park called Darien Lake and saying, because she has “been through so much,” she has conquered that longtime fear.

“I’ve been through so much since having been to Darien Lake [last year], it’s just not feeling quite as scary as it did before,” said the 40-year-old who was miraculously healed of a crippling bout with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia earlier this year—both incurable.

In a video filmed in Darien, NY at the popular theme park, the doting mother is seen interacting, laughing and joking with her four children, and husband of almost 20 years.

“It is because the Lord delivered me from two autoimmune diseases that I’m not afraid,” she told her hundreds of subscribers she affectionately references as “Team Hobbs,” as her husband, Kenya Hobbs, captured the moment.

“See, last time I was on the Ferris wheel, I was too afraid,” the best-selling author continued in her signature comedic way, in the cadence of a Pentecostal preacher with a funny twist.

“Now I’m going to preach the gospel from the Ferris Wheel,” Hobbs added, shouting out into the open air, “Jesus saves!”

The whole family shared a laugh, took in the moment and celebrated the miraculously healed ministry leader's milestone accomplishment.

"She did it!" shouted her husband, after which Hobbs' two sons, with big smiles on their faces, hugged their mom.

It was a sweet moment.

The light-hearted and heart-warming YouTube series, enjoyed by Hobbs’  family of just over 700 subscribers, documents the media maven’s journey through life—both the highs and lows—and allows those who enjoy the Top 100 blogger’s ministry to get a peek inside her world.

Her family-focused videos, with a steadily increasing viewership, have garnered over 40,000 views since Hobbs began vlogging in the summer of last year. Her sickness required a nine-month YouTube hiatus, but the vlogger is now back, stronger than ever, and her viewers are quite happy about it.

“We enjoy watching your family so much," remarked a viewer named Latosha who says she watches Hobbs' videos with her husband. "You all put a smile on my face every time."

Watch below.

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