Dying in Christ, Living in Christ
Practicing with Children

Dying in Christ, Living in Christ

–By Donald Hanna Last month, after years of fighting colon cancer, my father-in-law, Dean, passed away. As my family journeyed with him through his last days, I was struck along the way at the lessons this journey carried for us, and the growing that we did together in the process. Walking with him as he … Continue reading

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“When Headlong Might Save a Life”: Thoughts on Precipices (of Both the Literal and Metaphorical Kind)
Practicing Parents

“When Headlong Might Save a Life”: Thoughts on Precipices (of Both the Literal and Metaphorical Kind)

~by Jill Clingan “Moments” There are moments that cry out to be fulfilled. Like, telling someone you love them. Or giving your money away, all of it. Your heart is beating, isn’t it? You’re not in chains, are you? There is nothing more pathetic than caution when headlong might save a life, even, possibly, your … Continue reading