Monthly Archives: March 2012

Why Do I Write?

In John Gardner’s book, On Moral Fiction, he asserts: Art begins in a wound, an imperfection—a wound inherent in the nature of life itself—and is an attempt either to learn to live with the wound or to heal it. It … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Bitter, Get Better

Ruth 1:20-22 (Amplified Bible) And she said to them, Call me not Naomi [pleasant]; call me Mara [bitter], for the Almighty has dealt very bitterly with me. I went out full, but the Lord has brought me home again empty. Why … Continue reading

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Can the Marriage Be Saved?

A woman catches her husband on the phone with another woman. Is the marriage doomed for failure? That depends partly on the husband and his choices. Sometimes a man will wake up and realize that he has made a mistake. … Continue reading

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October Baby Movie: Do You Feel Wanted?

By Rusty Wright Almost everyone wants to be wanted … by their spouse, lover, friends, parents.  How would you feel if a person whose love you craved not only didn’t want you but also tried to eliminate you? For nineteen-year-old … Continue reading

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Jeremy Lin: Experiencing Peace in the Fast Paced World of the NBA

Jeremy Lin, rising star in the NBA, fought self-doubt and anxiety on his rise to the top. Despite a stellar high school career where he led his team to the Division II state title, Lin was overlooked by major schools such as … Continue reading

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