Sharon Savage. What a woman.
Twenty-five years ago, the diagnosis came.
“Cancer,” the doctor said.
“How long?” Sharon asked.
“Six, maybe eight months.”
Her reaction was…unusual. Aside from the shock, the anger, the grief, she felt something else–resolve. Read more »
This is an adaptation of the book Love the Unloved into blog format. If you’ve read the book, I’d love it if you wrote a review on Amazon. It would be totally awesome and help me out a lot 🙂
If you haven’t read the book, you can read the unabridged version on Amazon.
Read part one of the blog post.
James cleaned himself up by going to drug rehab. He connected with a guy who lay flooring. He started a business and began attending church.
And he opened a MySpace account.
God works in mysterious ways, sometimes. Read more »
Perhaps the greatest tragedy in life is that we pass people on the streets, at work, at church, or at the grocery store and never get a chance to meet them. I wonder if, one day when we meet our Maker, our greatest regret will be that we never reached out to more people and learned their story.
I almost missed this one–the story of Dale Swaim’s near death experience. Read more »