Warm Red Blood

By Tracy Lane | March 15, 2016 | 5 Comments

  I hope you enjoy hearing from my sweet friend, Tracy, mom to little Annie who was born not quite two years ago with half a heart. I continue to watch her live daily life normally yet constantly aware that Annie’s heart could fail. And a month ago a routine appointment revealed heart failure had […]

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Safety amidst Al-Shabaab

By Janel Breitenstein | October 13, 2014 | 7 Comments

Another peek into life half a world away. My friend, Janel, and her family live in Uganda. When we hear stories in the news about Ebola or terrorism or famine in Africa or the Middle East we feel safe because we live in America and all these difficulties are so far away. But I invite […]

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Where is God?

By Barbara Rainey | April 28, 2014 | 1 Comment
where is God

Last Monday I boarded a plane to spend the week with my daughter who had just had her fourth child, our 20th grandchild. She and I both had big plans for the week which included lots of cuddling with the precious newborn. On Tuesday night my husband arrived, ready for the much-anticipated day to come. […]

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