by Beverly Clarke
When her granddaughter, Alicia, grew withdrawn after the start of her third year in high school, Ruth felt concerned. The two had always been close and it was difficult to watch a thoughtful, self-assured teen changing into a despondent stranger within a period of months. Continue reading Helping a Loved One Find a Career
by John McLarty
Jairus was a synagogue ruler. In a small town in Galilee in the time of Jesus, synagogue ruler was probably the most prestigious position a person could hold. Continue reading Daughter
by Paul Charles
It felt like my heart was being ripped out of my body as I cringed at the thought that my only daughter could die right in front of me.
Continue reading Run to Daddy!
by Bert Williams
It was a strange day—that day that I was thrilled the dog had died. Continue reading The Happy Day the Dog Died
by Ray McAllister
Has your spiritual life been feeling dull lately? Do you feel as if you are stuck in the same boring routine of prayer and worship? Do you long for a deeper experience with the Lord? The ancient writings of the Psalms may offer a new solution for all of us in this situation. Continue reading Sing a New Song