Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Mother’s Love

Today, my mom sat with Elaine. My mom faithfully takes an afternoon volunteer shift to sit with Elaine regularly. You might not think that so unusual unless you realize our mother to be over eighty years old. Mother, without fail, … Continue reading

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The Best Counsel Is Not Human

Today is a choice: Take every thought captive unto the obedience of Christ (2 Corinthians 10:5). I am discovering the Word, not man, to be true solace in our afflictions. People randomly come and go, but the Word of God … Continue reading

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Missed Blessings

When the one you love and their family endure the ongoing challenges of quadriplegia, sometimes you wish someone could truly understand your corporate pain. In over three years since my sister’s accident, only a very few have including: very close … Continue reading

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