Cynthia Tankersley isn’t thinking about what she lost. On this Thanksgiving, she’s remembering what she gained.[Read more…] about On this Thanksgiving, She’s Remembering What She Gained
I’ve met my own Walter Mitty, a man who claims to be a Vietnam vet, former POW, and recipient of one Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars. But I suspect this man is a fraud who steals the valor of true war heroes, like my friend, former PFC Duane Vincent.[Read more…] about A Fraud Who Steals the Valor of True War Heroes
Women and pornography. Those two words don’t go together. Or do they? As it turns out, addiction to porn affects women, too … including those who go to church and teach Sunday school.[Read more…] about Addiction to Pornography Affects Women, Too
Our hearts break for women battling breast cancer, but men suffer, too. Why aren’t their stories told?[Read more…] about Men Suffer, Too. Why Aren’t Their Stories Told?
On October 2, my father would have been 91. When he died twelve years ago of pancreatic cancer, I wasn’t there. My older sister, Debbie, and younger brother had the privilege of watching our father die.[Read more…] about Watching Our Father Die: My Sister’s Story
At 27, Elizabeth Bowerman walked away from her family and a religion that taught absolute, unquestioning allegiance to authority figures. Her parents may shun her now, but at least she’s no longer captive, she says.[Read more…] about Shunned, But No Longer Captive