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UPROOT THE BITTERNESS
FOR SOME OF US, the toughest condemnation we'll ever face is the self-inflicted kind. Self-condemning thoughts can sting more keenly than another's judgment because, when it comes to our own troubles, we know the details all too well. Be it a bad choice, a moment (or a long stretch) of failure, or the mistake once made that doesn't want to fade away, the memory of past wrong can parade through the mind like a continuous loop video in a museum exhibit.
with contributions from KAREN CARLSON, CHARLES LINDAHL, GEORGIA P. BULLOCH, ROBERT R. REINER
The blessing triad
WARREN BOLON, SENIOR WRITER
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from David Cook
THE BEATITUDES AND THE SIMPLE JOY OF CHRIST
BY CHANNING WALKER
'TRIUMPHANT SHOUTS OF BLISS'
BY BETH CAREY
THE BLESSING: A HAPPY PEACE, WITHOUT PAUSE
BY PARTRICIA KADICK
NO STOPLIGHTS ON THE RIVER
A SPIRITUAL APPROACH TO HEALING URBAN VIOLENCE
with contributions from VERTA DRIVER
How to be joyful
with contributions from David Barns, Will Skelton, Emily Merickel, Samantha Scott, Addy Bemis, Kevin Powers
JOY, A DAY AT A TIME
A FEAST OF INSPIRING MUSIC
KIM SHIPPEY, SENIOR WRITER
'WAIT, AND LOVE MORE...'
A PERSISTENT RASH COULDN'T WITHSTAND THE LOVE OF GOD
HEALED THROUGH LISTENING AND TRUSTING
COMPLETE RECOVERY FROM A FALL