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Silent No More

By Jessica Francavilla When I had the opportunity to speak at March for Life in Washington DC with the Silent No More Awareness campaign, I was looking forward to meeting with other post-abortive women. I...
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Level Up

By Nicole Kerr I don’t consider myself a video game person, but growing up I did play my fair share of them. I played during the transition between the two-dimension, platformer games to the new...
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The Path to Healing

By Julie Cole No one begins a relationship hoping to be abused. Abuse, however, is happening at an alarming rate. According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, one in three women and one in four...
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A Good Listener

By Nancy Vencill I am a wife of one, mother to four, “Nanny” to three (so far), children’s pastor to many, and chaplain to six companies. I love listening! I love listening to people share deep things...
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The Shame of Depression

By Kris Beaird It was tragic news. Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, two celebrities, recently committed suicide. Yet they represent just a tip of the iceberg of those suffering from depression. It’s one...
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Back to Nazareth

By Rev. Robert F. Cerar For thousands of years the Messiah’s birth had been anticipated, expected, and longed for. According to the stories, His power, glory, and righteousness would be legendary and...
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The Voice

It was a rainy evening on March 26, 1965, when Ken, age 19, and Andy, age 15, headed down Ipsen Road, a county road near Belvidere, Illinois, gaining speed so the car would “catch air” as it crested the...
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Not Forgotten

By Terry Meek That magical time of year is once again fast approaching – a time that causes the heart and the imagination to race with expectation. Every child who penciled a list of presents she or he...