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"I thought my world had collapsed. I found myself mourning, 'They're all gone.'"
We've all heard the expression "empty nest syndrome," but I never thought it would touch me. After all, our third daughter had been born some ten years after the first two, so I would have a child at home forever—or so I thought. And that suited me just fine.
Then, after our last daughter's college graduation, the job opportunities for her skills appeared rather bleak in our area. Her prayers led her to pursue work fifteen hundred miles from our home, where she found a very promising job.
To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from Geoff Roberts, Janice Van Waldick
Be kinder and gentler—to yourself
By Elaine R. Follis
By Carol Rockhold Miller
Rid of the rage
By Judith H. Hedrick
THE DAY THE CRANK CALLS ENDED
Ready, safe, go!
By Fay Kallos Fahs
Fear not, little flop
Sharon S. Jeffrey
What's God got to do with computers?
By David C. Driver
How a good example helped free me from drug addiction
By Richard Requarth
Sale of home goes smoothly; injuries fully healed
Rebecca S. Hawk
Prayer cures back pain and breathing trouble
Lost money found; severe skin irritation healed
Burned hand quickly healed
June Knapp Angell
By Jayne W. Rattman
FREEDOM FROM FEAR
Ellen Moore Thompson
On the question of self-government