Monthly Archives: April 2012

Deal Breaker

by Karen DeArmond-Gardner Being single in your fifties is interesting, to say the least. The rules changed a bit since I was in high school. Now people go for “coffee”, which is a chance to meet a prospective date, which … Continue reading

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Missing Parts

by Sharon Ruff As we pressed the buzzer and waited for the attendant to give us clearance to leave the women’s homeless shelter, our ministry team stood huddled in silence–rare for this usually chatty group.  Mainly after our monthly Chapel … Continue reading

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Set Your Heart on Him

by Deb DeArmond While my parents made a comfortable living, they were not beyond middle class. College for my brother required an annual visit to the banker to borrow for the academic year, paying it off in July and borrowing … Continue reading

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Before and Beside

by Jayme Hull No one likes to be rejected. Does the fear of rejection hold you back from investing in others? Do you need to remind yourself that your worth is not depending on what others think or say but … Continue reading

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The Cry of My Heart

by Karen DeArmond-Gardner I love the sound of Phillips, Craig and Dean. It is one of the advantages of attending Gateway – a free concert with friends. I was in anticipation to hear new music and old favorites. Prior to … Continue reading

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