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About our cover THINKING IT THROUGH
Finding the love that works
A well-known New England probate and family judge, Edward M. Ginsberg, spoke recently about some of the divorce cases he had handled in his fourteen years on the bench. According to a Boston Globe reporter, he cited the "unraveling of societal values and standards, the confusion of male and female roles, and selfish behavior that leads people to put their own welfare before that of their children."
Mr. Ginsberg remarked, "It's awful. ... The whole thing. The intangibles. What the future effect will be of all these broken families, I shudder to think." He said it sometimes reminds him of Rome "just before it all came undone."
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To heal a longing heart
Taking God seriously
Grateful for rebukes? It is possible
Invite the most important wedding guest
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
More than a bumper sticker slogan
Michael D. Rissler
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Pat Allendorf with contributions from Kurt Allendorf
I have witnessed firsthand the proof that God is Love...
I have been a student of Christian Science for many years
Kay M. Waddell
I must express not only my gratitude for the teachings of...
Kathryn Lynn Fish