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  • Deep Loss

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on June 20, 2016 | Topics: Grief, Trauma
  • As I woke up the other morning I grabbed my phone and was confused by the various messages asking if I was OK. I quickly pulled up the local Orlando news to see that during the night a dark horrific tragedy had occurred in the city I call home. My heart sunk as I viewed the … Continue reading “Deep Loss”

  • Discomfort Zone

  • Posted by Sandra Stanford on April 8, 2016 | Topics: Personal Growth
  • One of my favorite episodes from the “I Love Lucy” show is when Lucy is attempting to dance with a group of professional dancers. She goes left when the other dancers go right. It’s hilarious. Recently I found myself feeling like Lucy in that show. It came from my decision to begin exercising again. My … Continue reading “Discomfort Zone”

  • Prayer

  • Posted by Jim Keller on February 29, 2016 | Topics: Personal Growth, Spiritual Developments
  • Prayer has always been difficult for me. It’s not that I don’t believe that it’s ineffective of that God’s somehow not listening, it’s just that I think of praying most of the time as a last resort. A few years back, my wife and I were talking about a recurring problem that had not been … Continue reading “Prayer”

  • A Simple Statement

  • Posted by Sandra Stanford on January 21, 2016 | Topics: Family
  • It was Christmas morning and my daughter, Anna Beth, handed me a small jewelry box wrapped in holiday paper. Immediately I knew it would be a charm for my bracelet. When I opened the present, it took a moment to register what the charm represented. Then, I realized it looked like a postcard and the … Continue reading “A Simple Statement”

  • Thanksgiving

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on November 24, 2015 | Topics: Family, Personal Growth
  • “Why did I agree to this? What was I thinking? I’ve never cooked a meal this big in my life! Now, my family is counting on ME to make our Thanksgiving meal. “ These were the thoughts running through my mind as I sat at my kitchen table searching recipes and creating a game plan … Continue reading “Thanksgiving”