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When The Hurt is Horrible

Danita is a friend who experienced a tragic loss. Her husband Dave was a military officer stationed at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. An avid runner, he was the picture of good health. Over six...

Permission to Feel Your Feelings

Today is my dad’s first birthday in heaven. He would’ve been 71. {I’m happy for him. Sad for me.} In a few weeks my son will don a high school cap and gown and...

When Grief Runs Deep

I read the text in horror and disbelief. How could he be gone? He was the picture of potential. So much going for him. He had been through so many challenges and had come...

Once and For All {A Good Friday Reflection}

All who pause for reflection and allow their hearts to wander in wonder down the Way of Suffering feel the darkness of this day in history. Good Friday was anything but good – yet,...

I’m Right Here

While walking into the opening session of a marriage conference that we had been looking forward to his cell phone rang. He answered the call and we took our seats. As the emcee kicked...

Can You Really Hug a Porcupine?

Several years ago I bought a box of Cheerios that came with a free children’s book. The little book that came with the O’s had a darling and oh-so-prickly little varmint on the front...

When The Answer is NO, Part 2

Karen was a godly woman who lost her battle to cancer. In spite of the medical struggles she faced, and the pain that terrorized her body, Karen’s faith was immovable. She knew God to...

When The Answer is NO, Part 1

In the summer of 2002, Shira and Joey Arnold were delighted to learn that they were expecting their first child. They excitedly shared the news with family and friends as they began to plan...

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