From Broken to Blessed

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I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease at age 16, and struggled with my disease off and on for years. Things took a turn for the worse in February of 2016. My Crohn’s Disease symptoms worsened, and a large majority of my days were spent hospitalized or sick in bed.   A few months later in May, I met my colorectal surgeon. I will never, as long as I live forget the day I heard the words, “Amber I am going …

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Jesus, the Light in My Darkness

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The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it. John 1:5   Nearly a year ago I gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. A momentous occasion at any time, but one that seemed particularly wonderful, because she was a direct answer to a prayer. Not only was the sun shining, but my spirits were up. The pregnancy itself hadn’t been rough–marred only by a rather relentless bout of bronchitis–and the delivery was without complications. There …

A Life Well Lived – Honoring Mandy Kelly

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Romans 8:18–For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us. On Tuesday, March 21, I logged onto Facebook to find a message from my friend, Becky. She wondered if I knew what was going on with a mutual friend. Becky kept seeing prayer requests pop up about her. I quickly started doing some research, and found out heartbreaking news. Our beloved friend Mandy Kelly, her …

For years I've looked for practical things to show unexpectedly pregnant women our support. Here's an example of God's love!

Embrace Grace Love in a Box {Product Review}

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As I mentioned in my review of Melissa Ohden’s book, I have been a prolife advocate for ages. I haven’t always known how to go about it, but my intentions have always been good. The women’s march closely followed by the march for life kind of did something to my heart. Shouldn’t all women be marching for life? If someone feels she HAS no choice but have an abortion…Is that actually a choice? I’ve wondered for years what sort of …

The Cat of Bubastes

The Cat of Bubastes {Audio Review}

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To be upfront, I have loved each Heirloom Audio Production I’ve heard, so when I was approached to review an adventure, I jumped at the chance to hear a new one. The title The Cat of Bubastes had all of us curious – would there be a talking cat? A magical cat? It turns out the cat wasn’t actually the star of the show, but it makes for a great title. We first listened to the story on the way …