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Podcast from 9/25 Show with Laura Sobiech on Losing a Son to Cancer

https://alwaysfaithfulradio.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/alwaysfaithful-athenadeanpod-092515.mp3

What an amazing story of God’s faithfulness in this family’s life. What He taught this mom through her son’s cancer journey was profound!

Athena Dean

BK's BookPouch: SoulPancake Books

One of my roles this week is to be Prayer Space Coordinator. Knowing that campers will be at different stages of discovering and working out what their spiritual beliefs are, I want to make sure I create a space where everyone felt comfortable to meditate and be inspired. 529 more words

BK's BookPouch

Quote of The Week 1: How life is like a storytale...

By Hogmanay, I had heard of several people who had died young or unexpectedly during the Christmas/New Year period. This Christmas Eve, sad that I had not managed to take part in many of the traditions that I have long held fondly, I spent some time remembering Eva Markvoort. 616 more words

The Epitaph

After Teenage Son’s Death, Mom Trusts Nashville Artist To Create A Portrait From Mementos

by Nina Cardona, Nashville NPR

One Nashville artist got an unusual email not long ago. It was from a woman he hadn’t seen in two decades. 715 more words

Fly a Little Higher

My first encounter with “Clouds” and Zach Sobiech was on Facebook on my news feed reposted by a friend. I clicked on the link and immediately fell in love with the song, but deeply sadden by the message it carried. 885 more words

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Fly A Little Higher

I made a promise to myself this summer that I was going to read a book, or maybe even more than one this summer. This probably doesn’t seem like a big task for many, but I have readers ADD my friends. 934 more words

Book Nerds Unite Book Group - Fly a Little Higher - May 2014

Unless you’ve lived under a rock the past few years, you likely know the song “Clouds”. You also probably know at least a little bit about the teenage boy with cancer who wrote the song and died a little over a year ago. 637 more words

Memoirs