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  • The Art of Dying and Living: Lessons from Saints of Our Time

    the art of dying and livingBy Kerry Walters  

    “Dying is the most general human event, something we all have to do. But do we do it well? Is our own death more than an unavoidable fate that we simply wish would not be? Can it somehow ...

  • Listening Hearts: Discerning Call in Community

    listening heartsBy Suzanne G. Farnham, Joseph P. Gill, R. Taylor McLean, & Susan M. Ward  

    Do you ever feel as though your life has become a broken record?

    You’re hearing the same song play over and over again? Nearly every human being on earth has likely ...

  • Healing Traumatized Churches

    healing traumatized churchesBy Ronald H. Wean

    “Through the characters of his play, Ron creatively invites us into the discussion and dialog so that our individual and community God-given healing may continue. How refreshing it is!”—Rev. Larry R. Welin, D.Min., LPCC, CEAP

    “I began reading “Healing Traumatized ...

  • It’s Tough To Be A Man In God’s Economy: But it’s Worth The Effort

    it's tough to be a man in god's economyBy Dennis Wechter  

    I understand that it is indeed tough to be a man in God’s economy, but we are called to be leaders and to walk in Christ’s footprints.

    Our society has a difficult time placing man ...

  • Faith in Words: A Celebration of Presbyterian Writers

    Faith-in-WordsBy Ann Weems

    Faith in Words is a timeless collection of essays and poems that reflect on living the life of faith. These meditative stories and essays and their apt metaphors will inspire Christian readers to seek a greater understanding of God and God’s presence in ...

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