Dealing with Loss: Am I Worth It? I didn’t understand what they saw in me. They all had a lot of faith in me. And despite my very frequent failures,
LOSS Loss is inevitable. And dealing with loss has become a necessity. Everyone loses something once in a while. Be it the loss of trust, a habit, a prized possession,
Victory Parade Jesus was innocent yet he was tried. He committed no crime yet he was sentenced. He was Deity yet he uttered not a word of protest. Christ was
A Heartfelt Prayer Dear Father, I want to talk to you about a brother Who seems to be drawing farther Away from you. … The other day, he proclaimed his
UNCONSCIOUS This was supposed to be a splendid date- a setup involving a strategically placed bait that may eventually lead to a life-long mate. But i am afraid you will
Dark Memories Approaching the altar, My steps began to falter My situation – I hoped to alter. For the fate of my daughter .. Depended on the words I was
Rapture In A Dream I heard the trumpets sound And righteous souls all around Began to rise high above the ground. .. I looked down as I rose. It was
Love That Knows No Bounds “i Love You” How Words So Few Can Mean So Much: I Haven’t A Clue. Nonetheless, Christ Took This Cue When He Made Us His
I am going to do something interesting today. I’m going to make you think – which is not something I like to do. In all honesty, I am not really
We’re back with another lovely episode of Perception. What we have learned so far In the previous episodes, we have been discussing the importance of knowing and understanding your audience.
Welcome back to Teen Voice. My name is Jane Love and I’m your host. Our topic for today is what I’d like to call: THE ERRANDIER. What do I mean?