Come and be filled with gratitude and holy wonder with me—how God allows you and I to face the darkness of sin

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Pro-life sounds so simple. We love the vibrant life around us, right? The flowers, the trees, little puppies, sweet butterflies, soft squishy

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People thought I was crazy. I had a little girl and a little boy. Two blue-eyed, blond, curly-haired cherubs made my family

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~ When you feel like you are drowning in a sea of medical worry, you must let go of what you thought

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—Monday, Dave went back to work. Thank God Mom was still there. I was getting sick of waiting for the painkillers to

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Years ago, after the birth of my second child, I fell into a postpartum depression. In my early twenties, having managed to

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I met Dave a few months after returning from working as a missionary. After this work for the Church, I had a

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I watched my two youngest daughters, in their early teens at the time, being controlled by the horror of sexual abuse which

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These words from Psalm 130, Out of the Depths I Cry to You, O Lord, resonated through my soul when our world

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Eight boys—really God? You have such a sense of humor! Surprises abound in motherhood, and birthing eight boys was definitely not what

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This time of year always brings back memories from my childhood—a few good ones, but mostly painful ones. I didn’t have the

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  From the time that I was in junior high school, I knew that I only wanted to be a youth minister.

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  I have always found motherhood to be a mix of joys and challenges. I could gaze at any one of my

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I was born in Vietnam during the final decade of the war. Concerned that the communist Vietnamese government would be oppressive, my

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  After spending the first six years of our marriage planning this move, we were finally relocating to Rome permanently with our

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“I was born 63 years ago in the steel town of Gary, Indiana, to first-generation American parents. My grandparents had emigrated from

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Nine months after my wedding day in an Episcopal Church, my husband and I were blessed with our first child.  Becoming a

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My father was a Marine colonel. My mother was a stay-at-home mom. I grew up Catholic, but I really became serious about

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I am Zena Moujalled and come from West Africa. Last year was a year I will never forget. It all started in

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I was born two days after my dad suffered a paralyzing injury while flying a helicopter combat mission in Vietnam.  He and

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