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Encouragement - When in Grief – Take Flight

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What are Friends For?

by Harold and Bette Gillogly I guess this Seeds for Growth article grows out of our intensified sense of need we described in the HI-LYTER.  Perhaps it’s true you never realize the true value of something until you do without it for awhile.  Here in Nashville we have done without close friends for nearly a […]

Encouraged – Encourager

Have you needed encouragement in the last few months?  Most of us would say “YES.”  Did anyone come alongside and speak a word of encouragement to you or do something for you that “picked you up”?  Hopefully, you can say “YES” to that question as well.  If you said “Yes” to both  questions, did you […]

When in Grief – Take Flight

When one is in the initial stages of grief, the natural tendency is to take flight—flight from people and flight from God—pushing both away from you. After April 28, 1992, when Riverside County made their decision against our use of Spring Meadows, Idyllwild, California, we struggled with that tendency. We entered a grieving process—just as […]