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Twigs and Shout

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When Christopher Columbus and his crew were sailing their long and arduous voyage to a world they had heard about but never seen, the sailors grew discouraged. Eventually the faith-tested entourage began to wonder if…

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Not Quite Fearless

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By Marie Sharpe Schnerch Have you ever taken one of those evening courses at the high school near your home? You know, the place where your teenaged son whiles away his hours during the day,…

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A Clean Sweep

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By KELLIE KAMRYN It’s that time of year again when people clean out their closets, houses and garages to make room for the new. Garage sale signs dot the boulevards and end of driveways. Another…

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Relational Wellness

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By Linda Churchill Out beyond ideas of wrong-doing and right-doing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there. Rumi (1207-1273) John and Mary (not real names) arrive for their first session of couple’s therapy. They sit…

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Taking Ownership

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By KELLIE KAMRYN During a discussion with friends, someone asked why I thought a man put a sudden halt to their budding relationship. As she began her tale, it struck me how much she internalized…

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