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Things I Wish I'd Known PDF Print E-mail
Written by Susan McElwain   

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Dementia Care Tips

Do you love someone with Alzheimer's Disease or another type of dementia? I've been a dementia care partner three times – first with a close friend, and again with each of my parents. The most important thing I learned? To care for someone with dementia, you need help. If you don't get it, then exhaustion, burnout, and stress-induced illness sneak up on you. So get help!

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Praying for the spiritual fruit of gentleness PDF Print E-mail
Written by Craig Kephart   

41 Oct 8Alexis wasn't sure what to do about her pregnancy. Abortion seemed like the better way out, but Alexis feared the caustic crowds who gathered at the local clinic. She had volunteered there herself, just a couple years ago, and never quite got used to the militant Christians chanting slogans and pressing hard after the women who came for help.

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A firm foundation: Christian theology & abortion, Part 3 PDF Print E-mail

38 Sep 17PPL’s Board of Directors recently affirmed our core values during a series of conference calls. At the very heart of all of the efforts of this ministry is the Gospel. Part 3 of our series on this 1995 foundational publication in which PPL proclaims the forgiveness of sin and the resurrection is especially timely!

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Life seems most precious against the backdrop of death PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marie Bowen   

Fotolia 80410516 M"It's sad," my brother-in-law said quietly with a slight shake of his head. He was relating to me how my husband came into the house to get my phone. I had left it charging on the kitchen counter at my sister's home. I realized I didn't have it with me when we got to the car. Always quick to help, my husband volunteered to go get it and I told him exactly where to find it. My brother-in-law found him, barely a minute later, looking confused and unable to remember the reason he had come into the house.

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James’ dad writes to moms of unborn babies who are diagnosed with Down Syndrome PDF Print E-mail
Written by R. David Aldridge   

AldridgeIf you just found out that not only are you pregnant, but that it is very likely that your baby will have Down Syndrome, my heart goes out to you. You are facing something we did not face. We learned of James' additional chromosome the day he was born. Had we known months before that James was to have Down Syndrome, I am sure a flood and fury of thoughts would have raged in our hearts and minds. What would we have done? Probably the same thing—have James. But I know for sure that we would have been on the torment rack, second-guessing ourselves. Maybe that is where you are.

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