Inspiration

"Then I See What's Really Always There" © Grady Kane; used by permission

My Father’s Blessing

Jan 29, 2018

Essay by Sarah Birnbach

What if he holds tight to his belief that gender is more important than having his own child pray for his soul?

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Needle and Thread

Jan 29, 2018

Essay by Madeehah Reza

As others try to warp my identity, it’s not always easy to feel that faith is a blessing.

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Pilgrim, Mother

Jan 29, 2018

Essay by Elisabeth Hedrick-Moser

Every walk I took with my daughter, the world opened before me as if newly created.

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Come-to-Jesus Meeting

Jan 29, 2018

Essay by Donna Cameron

I pondered Norma’s offer of salvation. Even if I believed in God, could I believe in one so spiteful, so churlish?

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Death and Doing the Math

Jan 29, 2018

Essay by Judith Hannan

Thoughts about my death don’t hijack me anymore, although I can still capsize into the swamp of fear if I dwell too long on nonexistence.

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