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2018: A Year For Hope (Week 32)

When I started writing my testimony in Week 20, I quoted a favorite passage from “Hinds Feet On High Places” by Hanna Hurnard.

The Shepherd laughed too.

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2018: A Year For Hope (Week 31)

We’re on the home stretch folks!  Thank God, for this is wearying and yet I’m so grateful that I can write from the place of Hope and healing, instead of from the brokenness during which all this took place. 2,543 more words


2018: A Year For Hope (Week 30)

This side of heaven, life will always hold a mix of joy and pain. Some will be the result of our own doing, and some beyond the realm of our control. 3,104 more words


How Undercover Investigator is Helpful in Your Child Custody Case

Custody of a child is one of the grilling experiences; however, getting the services offered by any private detective strengthens the legal case and helps a lot drastically. 209 more words


The Abuse of Parental Kidnapping

I was inspired to write a poem after watching a documentary about a horrendous example of international child abduction. A woman lied to her Italian ex-husband that she was taking their daughters on a vacation to her home country of Australia. 585 more words

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Why I Believe In Miracles, Christmas and Otherwise

I think I can safely state that MOST people know both sides of their family. Unless of course you were adopted  or like me your parents divorced and you lost nearly all contact with one entire side of a family tree. 2,400 more words