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Be a Healing Balm

“Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.” ~ Galatians 6:2 The house smells so good! There’s nothing like the aroma of fresh cookies, and you can’t wait to sink your teeth into a tasty morsel! Going into the kitchen, you grab a pot holder, open ...

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Be A Good Stepparent

It’s not an easy role to fill.  It’s not the natural way of things, it’s not always the ideal situation.  However, life is rarely considered ideal.  It sure wasn’t ideal for the little girl I once was.  I lost my mom to cancer and then the worst thing that could ...

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Coping With Miscarriage

Babies are precious. They truly are gifts from God; for who else could give such priceless gift without asking for anything in return? Still, more often than desired, the cold hands of miscarriage snatch God’s bundle of joys right from the tummies of unsuspecting mothers—before they even get the chance ...

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Good Grief: Finding Life After Loss

I have been a widow for a year and ten days.  My late husband’s death was very sudden so I didn’t have a chance to prepare.  Not that you can ever prepare for something so earth-shattering as the death of a spouse.  I’ve spent the last 375 days working through ...

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