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    • ENCORE POST Here’s a post from 2015. Still a great thought for Mother’s Day. God is good!   Well, it is almost here. … Mother’s Day. If you are a woman struggling with any procreative issues, you have likely already given this upcoming date quite a bit of thought. For most people, Mother’s Day is

    • Congratulations to the Class of 2016! This year was a biggie! It seemed like every day at least one high school graduation invitation found its way into our mailbox. At one point, I wondered if I was going to have to take in ironing to cover all of the checks that I wrote and mailed

    • It was the first Sunday in December, and the sanctuary had been transformed into a Christmas wonderland. The strands of lights were elegantly glistening; the artificial trees were beautifully adorned, and the nativity-themed images on the media screens were welcoming the members and guests to the holiday kick-off service. Christmas was here. And we all

    • Last June I was invited to speak at a Grief Recovery Workshop in Kearney, Nebraska. My assigned topic was “Recovery for the Biologically Barren Woman.” In this post, I’d like to share some of my notes from that presentation. Even though 6.1 million couples struggle with some form of infertility, we find ourselves living in

    • A dialogue relating to infertility, childlessness, pregnancy loss.