Sometimes the world feels upside down – pandemics, politics, poverty, crime, and homelessness. But I believe God came to give us hope despite our circumstances.

No matter what you’re going through, there is a God who loves you and who uses others to come alongside you in hope. I’d like to be one of those as you:

  1. Discover God throughout your day, in what I call “God-moments.”
    Meeting God—in Grief
    Hey, Can You Help Me? (Practical Ways to Help Those In Need)
  2. Encourage your heart, soul and mind.
    After the Death of Your Loved One (Grief Cycle)
    But God (When Challenges Become too Much to Handle)
  3. Give you practical ideas and resources to help in your walk of faith.

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Tripping Over Valentine’s Day

Have you ever been disappointed with your Valentine’s Day? Felt lonely or unappreciated? Find ways to avoid the actions or expectations that can trip us up in relationships on this, or any other day.

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After the Death of Your Loved One

After the death of a loved one, we wonder when grief will end. Experiencing a significant loss – a spouse, child, parent, family member or friend – requires time to heal.

After losing my first husband, I wrote about the stages of grief. Understanding these was helpful as I navigated my own loss. I pray the information will be helpful to you.

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Darlene Diebler Rose, A Hero

Who are your heroes? One of mine was a missionary in New Guinea who spent four years, from age 22 to 26, in a Japanese POW camp during WWII.

Treatment was brutal but Darlene Diebler Rose continued to find strength and hope. Read her story here.

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