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Darkness and Light

Poet Dorothy Walters offers the advice that I needed: “First let your heart be broken open.” In order to go deeper, the pain had to be met and experienced.
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My Post-Abortion Journey

A terminated pregnancy at 17 haunted this writer for decades until she found forgiveness and freedom in God.
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Future Grief

Most of us have felt the very real sting of grief and the lingering ache of mourning after losing a loved one. But have you ever felt creeping dread of losing someone who is still with us? I know I ...
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Responding with Compassion

Reflect  From time to time, someone says something that hurts my feelings or elicits feelings of anger. I am tempted to say something to put them in their place. Then, without being a doormat, I pause and pray, asking whether ...
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Let Us Pray: When Words Fall Short

How do I begin writing about prayer when I have not felt like praying?
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Father M.J. Groark: A Friar for Broken People

As the nation battles an opioid crisis, Father M.J. Groark shares his story in hopes of showing others a path to recovery and redemption.
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