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Weekend of March 1st - It is Well

March 1st, 2015 6:10 PM

This weekend has been filled with joy and also so much trial. So so much. And though having to spend another hour to rewrite this is but the smallest, on top of everything else that has happened, even doing this is hard. 690 more words


I am the clay and He is the Sculptor

Whenever I write, it’s usually because I feel God tapping on my heart–gentle reminders to express my thoughts when something is on my mind and heavy on my soul. 560 more words


Orexigen Released Interim Data Without Approval Of Trial Leaders

Earlier today Orexigen Therapeutics disclosed positive results from a clinical trial of Contrave, its weight loss pill (a combination of naltrexone and bupropion) that it markets with Takeda. 148 more words

Policy & Ethics

No Mess, No Message

Many times in life we go through tough times and it is hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Everything begins to pile up and you keep thinking “could it get any worse?” and then it gets even worse. 246 more words

Jesus, help me!

Is it just me, or do temptations increase during Lent?  And what to do with them?  I think we all can be afraid of temptations.  Our Pope Emeritus suggests a simple way to deal with them: 199 more words


Something from the Psalms

The Psalms that David wrote when he was running from Saul are often full of heartfelt complaints and fear. But what I’ve also seen is a great faith that reaches beyond David’s circumstances to the very person and character of God. 145 more words