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Comfort for Others

I had just finished high school when my father died. I felt my world collapsing as I stood by...

Treasures

My family and I emigrated from India to the United States in the early 1980s. Just like that,...

What’s the Plan?

After graduating from high school I had plenty of choices and different ideas about the shape m...

God Can Relate

For several years I taught third grade in the same classroom where I had attended third grade....

Strength

One day while I was getting ready to go to work, my dad called. He told me that my mom had pas...

Keep the Faith

I was raised in a Christian family, but I did not cultivate the habits of daily prayer or churc...

God Delivers Us

El Salvador had been in a civil war for nearly a decade when in November of 1989, those who sou...

Only a Pinch

The last time my two grandsons and I made pizzas, I tried a new recipe for the dough. I watche...

A Forever Love

I once read a newspaper article that said a significant number of young people want to find a l...

From Within

Psalm 139 has always been my favorite part of the Bible. When I was a child, it taught me that...

Healing Touch

My mind was reeling over our daughter’s premature birth, her birth defects, and then having to...

Traces of Faith

One warm summer day, my mother took my brother and me by the hand and led us into the “clean ro...

What Now?

A few years ago I retired from ministry after about 40 years, and then four months later my hus...

The Ancient Paths

English ivy climbed the exterior walls of our house and spilled out over a small garden beside...

My Hope

The loneliest Christmas I ever spent was when my spouse had to work outside the city, leaving m...

Choosing Community

When I was in high school, I tried to spend time with people from different friend groups and b...

The Blessing of Tears

When I think of God’s blessings, I think of family, friends, sunshine, or even my morning cup o...

Something New

When I was in primary school, I remember several children talking about having to give up candy...

Carried

When I was eight years old, I fell on a broken bottle; the glass cut my knee to the bone. The...

Faith Not Fear

Making decisions can be tough — especially life-altering ones. When I chose my college, I made...

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