How can I say, “Happy Mother’s Day” to a mom who will not see or hear from her child this year, or who lives with regret or sadness about her relationship with that son or daughter? The best thing I can say is that there is hope. There is no prodigal child that cannot be restored to his family. There is no broken relationship that cannot be repaired. There is no loss or grief that will not be redeemed.Read More
The first episode opens with Hannah’s classmate and friend, Clay, finding a package of cassette tapes left on his doorstep. The 13 tapes were recorded by the now deceased Hannah, and each tape is intended for those students Hannah says played a part in her decision to end her life. Each student is to listen to all the tapes, then pass them on to the person on the next tape. The final recipient is to be the school psychologist.Read More
The loss of a pregnancy is truly a death in the family. Mommies, Daddies, and siblings must all grieve together. There is no timeline for any of us when it comes to grief. It may take your children many weeks or months to process the loss, and you may still speak of this child for many years to come.Read More
Such terrible situations involve deep suffering for all involved. It is in our nature to try to avoid pain and suffering, but in such difficult situations, we will suffer. It is vital that in our suffering we do so with the Lord, knowing and trusting him while he works in our hearts and in the situation.Read More
Teens today are being bombarded in this hyper-sexualized world with sexual content and images making it difficult for even the most engaged parents to keep up with. It can leave you feeling exhausted and defeated before you even get a chance to really try and engage them.Read More
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