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The names are as distant as they are familiar. So, I grieve. I grieve with and for the families of those who lost their loved ones. And though I don’t know much about their histories or backgrounds, their joys and sorrows, I know this: all eight, like me and my loved ones, are bearers of God’s image, having been fearfully and wonderfully made by the powerful and providential God of the universe. Yet their lives are now tragically and irreversibly gone in a senseless and horrific act of violence.
The most overlooked person in your church is the spouse of your lead pastor.
Colorado baker who won a partial victory at the US Supreme Court in 2018 for refusing to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple went on trial Monday in yet another lawsuit, this one involving a birthday cake for a transgender woman.
As it turns out, even unbelievers believe in something, and in this case it isn’t always the innocence of their client. In my experience as a homicide detective, I’ve discovered three kinds of defense attorneys and all of them are “true believers”:
On the unimaginable days, I’ve stumbled through the darkest days of postpartum depression and figurative and clinical mental breakdowns. And wouldn’t you know, my kids survived it all. So, maybe I can impart some wisdom after all.
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