You Can’t Run On Empty

You Can’t Run On Empty

By Dayna Street It is a pretty amazing fact. I have never run out of gas in my car. I am not sure why. It is certainly not because I vigilantly watch my fuel gauge. And it is definitely not because I never cut it close. In fact, over the years, I have developed...
I Remember Those Words

I Remember Those Words

By Kristi Hall I remember those words…“This is not good”.  I was 17 weeks pregnant and having an ultrasound. We were excited to see if we were having a boy or girl. She, the nurse, uttered those words and left the room. I didn’t understand and fear gripped the very...
Learning to See

Learning to See

by Laura There is a fascinating children’s book that a friend introduced to me many years ago, and I’ve never forgotten the pages. As they turn, you become aware of a sort of optical illusion. You aren’t entirely sure what you are seeing. Intricate and beautiful...
The Faith of a Child

The Faith of a Child

by Beth Foster Recently my husband and I woke on a Sunday morning and went about our typical routine getting ready for church. As I rushed about getting my children fed and dressed, I didn’t know what a lesson in faith I was about to receive and from an unexpected...
The Face-Plant Gospel

The Face-Plant Gospel

If I am meeting a new group of people and have particular interest in becoming friends with those new people, there is a 110 percent chance that I will inadvertently humiliate myself. It happens with such stunning regularity that I’ve come to expect it, which is why I...
Fighting Fear

Fighting Fear

“I see the gestation sack and the fetal pole but no heart beat. Don’t worry, it’s just too early to tell. Let’s make an appointment for you next week, and I’m sure we’ll be able to see it then.” “Don’t worry.” Two words that you can tell a brand new mother that are...

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