When the Needy One is You

When the Needy One is You

By not being honest with others about our suffering, we deny them opportunity to minister to us. ~ Shelly Esser   I buried my head into my father’s shoulder, sobbing out my fears and exhaustion after finding out my husband had collapsed and was unresponsive. He...
My Journey to Acceptance

My Journey to Acceptance

It’s been about two years since I began to accept my husband’s chronic illness. From the day he was diagnosed five years ago, it’s been a journey of grief and confusion for me. I guess I had expectations of God. I was unaware of the frailty of life. Acceptance...

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