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A marriage preserved and strengthened
"For years I had been pretending that everything was all right, when in fact I was hurting all the time." These words spoken by a woman concerning her divorce could have been my own.
Several years ago my husband accepted a new sales position that seemed to be a very progressive step. As the weeks went by, however, the job began to require more and more of his time. Finally it seemed to become all-important and all-consuming to him. He had very little time or energy left for me and our young family.
from the Editors
God's "all-embracing power"
Mary Mona Seed Fisher
When children leave home, what then?
Grayce G. Young
Taking the stress out of relationships
Sharon Slaton Howell
Do you want to have a child? Find the child of God!
Dianne K. O'Connor
The Sentinel: a magazine for the whole family
Mary Metzner Trammell
Family health and the Fifth Commandment
Barbara M. Vining
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Peter Johnson Schwartz with contributions from Elizabeth Crecelius Schwartz
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Bruce Evan Woods-Jack