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Article | Emotional Health >
by Bo Stern with Bo Stern
 
How did Bo's son react when his father told him about his ALS diagnosis?
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Kristian Anderson. His wife Rachel. Their two boys Cody and Jakob. Fighting through a terminal illness.   Halfway through this book, I wanted to pretend I had never started it. I wanted to push it away. I made myself keep reading. Suffering, we want to keep it as far away from ourselves as possible. Placing [...]
Blog Entry | Devotionals >
We all know someone who needs healing. Sometimes it’s a serious short-term illness; sometimes it’s chronic or even incurable. The logical response is prayer, except when it seems illogical. Today I learned a man I admire exceedingly has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, a death sentence by conventional wisdom. And how I pray for him says something about my faith. I serve a big God, and I pray big prayers. That’s not to say sometimes I»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
I’ll just get right to it. The first year of my marriage was pretty rough due to the state of my mental and physical health, among other reasons. I was still suffering pretty badly from a very damaging eating disorder that was effecting, as you can imagine, my mental state of being as well as my bodily functions. I was overly obsessive, secretive, sensitive, tired, weak, and extremely self-conscious and depressed. Meanwhile I was student teachi»
Blog Entry | Devotionals >
Last time we talked about how it’s biblical to pray for healing, and such prayers don’t have to be to the exclusion of outreach to the lost. But we ended with a caveat: We must stop praying for healing when God says no, as He did to Paul. “Concerning this I implored the Lord three times that it might leave me. And He has said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for power is perfected in weakness.” – 2 Corinthians 12:9 Yes, someti»
Blog Entry | Young Adults >
[Guest Post by Kate Motaung - We both write for iBelieve.com and it's always nice to share a fellow writer's story, especially when they write about one of my favorite Bible verses--Romans 8:28. Be encouraged my friends!] I have a limited threshold for listening to the news. My stomach churns and I swallow hard as I hear story after story of brokenness. Like shards of glass pieced together, the resulting mosaic has very few smooth edges. Shards o»
Blog Entry | Writing >
Sharron Cosby, author of Praying for Your Addicted Loved One: 90 in 90, is a wife, mother, and “mimi” to five grandchildren. By day she works for an international charity, and by night she writes. Keep reading to learn more about Sharron. And make sure you enter for a chance to win a Kindle Fire! Click here for more information. Biggest pet peeve: Can I only share one? It’s a toss-up between women who sprinkle the toilet seat and leave it»
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Sharron Cosby, author of Praying for Your Addicted Loved One: 90 in 90, is a wife, mother, and “mimi” to five grandchildren. By day she works for an international charity, and by night she writes. Keep reading to learn more about Sharron. And make sure you enter for a chance to win a Kindle Fire! Click here for more information. Biggest pet peeve: Can I only share one? It’s a toss-up between women who sprinkle the toilet seat and leave it»
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When Life Doesn't Happen Like You Planned | Rachel Kerr Schneider
In this video Rachel discusses her early»
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99 Balloons
Eliot was born with an undeveloped lung,»