– By A.K. Chenoweth
Over the past couple of weeks, we have seen many thousands of people literally rescued and lifted out of danger.
In the midst of turmoil and chaos, we see (more…)
– by Sara Lewis
The snow had fallen to mid-calf level, unusual for the Delmarva’s Eastern Shore. It was a frosty night to tuck in, giving in to the barricade of unplowed streets. I was newly divorced and had moved into town to a small gray rancher on a quiet street near the community college where I taught. I was feeling so (more…)
“Mom,” my daughter Kim said, “You know you’re going to have to write a book about how you’re dealing with Dad.”
I recoiled at the thought. It was all I could do to get through each day of unknowns and added responsibilities. “No, hon. I have to live this before I can write about it. I have no energy to think about ministering to others right now. Maybe after it’s all over—maybe then, I could think about writing—but not while I’m dealing with all this raw emotion. I’m still finding my way.”
A couple of weeks later, I shared (more…)