Surrendering My (Inaccurate) View of God to Embrace Life

{By Laurie Wallin}   “I need to refer you to a specialist,” the doctor said. “There’s something not quite right and I just want to be sure.”   She’d lost me at “specialist.” That word launched me into a different plane of thinking—the “what if?” plane. The “I have four kids and two of them […]

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When You Live a Generous Gospel (On Being Nimble or Numb)

 {By Lisha Epperson}         In the 2 block walk across the park to the train station, I see it. The harsh reality of life, the ever-widening space between those who have, those who have not and everything in between. Growing up surrounded by a concrete landscape makes you numb. Dedicated green spaces […]

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