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Miracles in the Middle of the Mess | Dealing with Depression by Sheila Walsh

A Beautiful Ending

A Beautiful Ending

The emperor of China had a problem. Something was destroying his mulberry trees. So he did what any brilliant man does when faced with a problem he can’t handle: he turned it over to his wife! When Empress Ce Ling Shee looked at the trees, she noticed a moth laying eggs on the mulberry leaves,

The Good Solution: From Performing to Abiding

Come to Me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. — Jesus, in Matthew 11:28 The euphoria a person feels when they first take drugs is unlike anything they’ve ever experienced. Many spend a significant part of their lives chasing that first high. They will empty bank accounts, steal

Transformation: The Reluctant Journey

Everyone faces a reluctant journey: A wounded vet looks at the pain-filled path toward uncertain healing. A young schoolteacher discovers the terrors of the first year. A retiree faces uncertain years in an uncertain era. A college graduate examines the hardships of finding work. An angry son knows he should make amends with his parents.

Our Very Own “Get Out Of Jail Free” Card

It was a totally normal Sunday. There I was, loitering in the church foyer between worship services, daydreaming about where to go for lunch and how many extra miles I’d have to run if I ate the carbohydrates I was craving, when a woman with flyaway brown hair rushed up beside me. She grabbed my

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