Monthly Archives: May 2014

Abuse, Death, and Struggle

As an advocate for the abused, I often follow other advocates.  Bible teacher Joyce Meyer is one of them. Her message is energizing and informative. And because she speaks from personal experience, she knows how to reach those who are … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day 2014

Mother’s Day is again celebrated today. But for every mother who genuinely loves her family, respect and love need to be shown. A mother’s wisdom cannot be replaced, and is priceless. The sacrifices she’s makes for her children may never … Continue reading

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Years of Grief

Today my son would celebrate his birthday–if he was still alive. He would be 32. He had recently celebrated his twenty-second birthday when he lost control of his car, and then lost his life. And nothing can take the sorrow … Continue reading

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