Monthly Archives: November 2011

Finding Hope through Doubt

When misfortune hits, we tend to doubt. “God has left me,” we think. “He isn’t there; He isn’t real.” When life for Job followed an upward trajectory, God felt real, present, and close. Then, when one-by-one, he lost a succession … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Tragedy Transformed (III)

Stacie Crimm’s plight touches our hearts. She faced the agonizing decision of whether to end her baby’s life–or her own.  You can read about her decision in the previous two posts. The Scriptures recognize both the fragility and the unfairness of life. “Man … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Tragedy Transformed (II)

Excited as she felt to bear a child–after previous medical judgment assessed she would never become pregnant–Stacie Crimm also worried.  She described to her brother Ray Phillips her severe headaches, double-vision, and whole-body tremors. “Bubba, if anything happens to me, … Continue reading

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