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The Interview Series: You Can Go Your Own Way

We’d recently reconnected via social media and shared a chat about our experiences of being depressed in high school. We had been peripheral acquaintances at most, and we remarked that perhaps we could have been supportive friends to each other had we known the other was struggling within the same all-encompassing grey cloud. 2,048 more words


Hope for Healing

Last night I spent my Bible study time reading and rereading a story in John that I plan on writing the next short story from.  So far, I have written about the adulteress and the blind man.  733 more words


Journey of the Heart - Day 14

We are on Round 2 of our Journey! For those of you new to this, there are 10 Guiding Thoughts, which we repeat in four rounds, for a total of 40 days. 297 more words



. . . . it is. #Placed #Relieved.

Scores of status updates have been posted using this or similar templates. I too waited to post this message for 4 and a half years and eventually the time did come. 398 more words


Take it all

As a Christian, I have for a long time loved to quote scriptures that suit my present need, however I have come to learn that many times, we simply quote that portion of scripture that has got a promise for us and leave out the condition bit of that scripture. 199 more words


Overwhelming Genre Choices

Is your project a cross-over genre, a blend, or hard to categorize? As a writer, I thought a lot about this over the weekend. Here’s why. 1,004 more words