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Ten Tips for Christian Widows

A Christian counselor friend says, “If you were my sister, my mother, or a dear friend and your husband had just died, here are the ten things I’d tell you to successfully navigate the waters of widowhood.” 1. Trust God. Easier said than done, I … Continue reading

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Pilgrimage to Sacred Places

What is a Pilgrimage? All religions, from the rudimentary to the most expansive, have a common specific place of reference that assumes particular importance for their followers.  In their eyes, this singular aura marks out a territory traveled mentally as … Continue reading

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Widow Runs to Overcome Grief

After losing her husband, Tom, which left her with the challenge of raising two children on her own and dealing with the grief of her husband’s death, Susan Hullihen took up the sport of running. She found comfort in running, … Continue reading

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