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Michael’s problems persisted throughout grammar school and beyond. I dreaded school conferences and winced every time a mother of one of his classmates called. My spirit broken beyond repair, I made what some might have considered a counterintuitive decision. I took part in a community-wide...

When our son Michael revealed that a traumatic event occurred in his childhood, my husband and I could finally connect the dots and understand what precipitated his 30- year struggle with depression, eating disorders, and drug addiction. Despite gaining closure, we agonized over what our...

Lately, my life is fraught with difficulties. I have to preach to myself every morning to get supernatural strength. I wanted to share excerpts from this link https://www.christianity.com/christian-life/spiritual-growth/preaching-to-ourselves.html As many of you already know your life will push back on your theology, and this is why we...

A Congregation of One: Reflections of a Jewish Convert to Christianity   SETTING THE STAGE: AN IMPERFECT LIFE   By the time I reached junior high, I’d had my fill of Christians and Christianity. Growing up in Columbia, South Carolina, smack in the center of Bible Belt country, many...

                                                           Jerusalem   As the noonday brightness fades, a soft glow follows evening shade. City of light on a distant hill, your transparent gold flickering still-- Jerusalem, when shall I return? A nation’s love born in eternity, of ancient memory and soulful quest—only now being shamed by a...