How We Can Transform Ourselves: My Journey From Breast Cancer to Lobbyist for Women’s Health – By Ruth Ebenstein

What do you do when cancer crashes down on your life plans? Cry. Thrash. Wallow in despair. Then pick yourself up, shake off the gloom, and embrace the glory of being alive with a mission to serve—and thrive. At 42, I was diagnosed with breast cancer while nursing my baby; I had two other little boys under five at home. Before cancer, my life’s goal…

Pinkeye – By Rev. Amy Bezecny

  Pinkeye, Pot Luck, and Fondue – A three part series. 1) Pinkeye My son had been with us just a few months when he awoke one morning with pinkeye. I said, “Oh baby, you might have pinkeye. We’ll need to try to make you’re eye feel better” He was quiet, and moments later he said, “But Mommy, I want my blue ones back.” We…

A Way Through the Darkness of Sexual Abuse – By Rev. Suse McBay

Diane Langberg, in her book, ‘Suffering and the Heart of God,’ describes a visit to Ghana and her visit to Cape Coast Castle. It was a center for the trafficking of hundreds of thousands of slaves, who were housed in its dungeons before transportation onto slave ships. These were dark, claustrophobic caverns full of people chained and shackled without possibility of escape. While she was…