Dominion over the fish

by Meredith Berger Last Sunday I celebrated Easter with my boyfriend Eli’s family in Westchester, Pennsylvania. Moments after getting out of our car, Eli’s uncle motioned for us to follow him into the backyard. There, in a muddy runoff stream, was a great big Koi...

A tale of two umbrellas

by Donna Marie Berger I was getting out of my car at Publix, when a bolt of lightning, followed by a crash of thunder literally shoved me back into the car. Those who are familiar with the tropical climate of south Florida are used to the whimsy of the weather here....

Stomach bugs and God’s love

by Meredith Berger Last week I fell extremely ill very suddenly. I woke up a little shaky with a slight fever, but made it into my office. Then things began unraveling quickly. My fever spiked, my chills grew, and nausea hit. I went home with flu medicine and didn’t...

Death By Suicide – Part I

Losing a loved one breaks our heart, but when that loved one has taken his or her own life, their death presents a unique set of challenges in grieving for those left behind. The ‘complicated grief’ of suicide can leave family and friends feeling weakened and even...

Looking for Good

One of my favorite Bible verses is Romans 8:28, “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are called according to His purpose.” (KJV) In this chapter, Paul celebrates the new life of the Spirit that we as Christians enjoy...

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