A love whose embrace grows wider and wider

There is a world of children needing love, and a world of mothering that is not really being tapped. That's an observation many people could make—with a certain sadness. But when Sharon Meyer, a schoolteacher, came to that conclusion, she prayed. She was convinced that this kind of imbalance is not natural to God's creation and that prayer could bring out more of God's mothering for all. In this interview she and her husband, Jim, talk with Sentinel Associate Editor Elaine Natale about some of the results of prayer in their family and in Sharon's classroom.

Elaine: What place does prayer have in your family and how do you depend on it?

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