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BACK & FORTH
a dialogue with readers
We know what we do not want our holiday gift-giving to be about. We don't want it to be merely an obligation we must fulfill. We don't want to spend a lot of time shopping, only to have our gift sit unused on a shelf after the festivities. We don't want to give a gift just so that someone will like us more!
We want our gifts to mean something.
FROM THE EDITORS
Finding permanence in God's love
"Where does it hurt?"
Help for family breakups
Bea Roegge, Nell Oakes, Rosalie Dunbar
Nathan A. Talbot
"This is a family too"
Kids and divorce
Elise L. Moore
When my wife and I married, some people in her family...
One afternoon while I was in high school, I slipped and...
Lynn Arden Evans with contributions from Arden Evans
I read this question in a recent Sentinel: "Do you have healing...
Patricia D. Brown
After I had been divorced for two years, and my children...