Monthly Archives: July 2012

WHAT’S WRONG WITH MOM?

By Deb DeArmond “Mom. Get up. This is crazy. It’s 2:30 in the afternoon and you’ve been in bed all day.” I was impatient with Mom’s unwillingness to get up. She wouldn’t even respond to me other than to repeat, … Continue reading

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HE SEES ME

By Karen DeArmond Gardner− She tried not to complain, yet she was tired. Tired of only looking down, of the pain, longing for the day when she could stand up straight and look into someone’s eyes. For 18 years she … Continue reading

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SAY GOODBYE TO THE BAD GUY

By Jesi Steiber— He had only been a licensed driver for a few weeks. Tossing him my keys, I watched him full of excitement to make his first major purchase with money he earned at his new job. He wasn’t … Continue reading

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I NEED A DRINK!

By Deb DeArmond – “They are like trees planted along the riverbank, bearing fruit each season. Their leaves never wither, and they prosper in all they do” (Psalm 1:3 NKJV) Recently on a business trip, I drove past the home … Continue reading

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ONE TO ONE

By Jayme Hull − Community is good. Classes are helpful. But one to one is great! Have you heard about the Apple Store’s One to One program for their customers? I was amazed at the proficiency of this organized program. The entire … Continue reading

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WHAT ABOUT MOM AND DAD?

  By Deb DeArmond “I’m ashamed of you both,” my mother said. She took a sidelong glance at my dad. “Larry, she’s concerned about you. She’s afraid for your safety – and mine. And Deb, there is no reason for you … Continue reading

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POWER FROM THE ROCK

By Amy Layne Litzelman − Excerpt from This Beloved Road: A Journey of Revelation and Worship “In conclusion, be strong in the Lord [be empowered through your union with Him]; draw your strength from Him [that strength which His boundless … Continue reading

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