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My sponsorship story: When life comes full circle

My sponsorship story: When life comes full circle

The early days of November are always a reflective time for me. I look back in amazement at how quickly the seasons have changed. I look forward with anticipation for all the excitement to come. Of course, somewhere in between, I think about all I have to be thankful...
My Weakest Moment — Part 4

My Weakest Moment — Part 4

Last week when I shared an excerpt from my book Why? Answers to Weather the Storms of Life, I told you that my experience with cancer was more than a physical battle. It was an intense emotional fight against depression and despair. The same can be said of nearly...
A refugee needs your help to survive the winter

A refugee needs your help to survive the winter

Freezing to death is probably not something you’ve ever had to worry about. But it’s a very real threat for refugees living in northern Iraq and Syria. Refugee families are counting down the days until the temperature drops and the freezing winds blow. They aren’t...
How to choose joy in the midst of sorrow

How to choose joy in the midst of sorrow

Editor’s Note: This is the second story about David and Carol Loveland and the impact their love for children has made around the world. Click here to read the first blog. When Carol arrived at the children’s home in India, she immediately fell in love with the area...
My Weakest Moment — Part 3

My Weakest Moment — Part 3

During the most difficult storm of my life, I quickly found that I wasn’t just battling cancer — I was also battling a powerful storm of emotions. At times, these emotions were so overwhelming that I felt like quitting and giving up completely. I had to continually...
A house of hope in Guatemala

A house of hope in Guatemala

The day Kelly died was one of the hardest days of David and Carol Loveland’s life. No parent plans to bury his or her child. So when David and Carol’s daughter passed away at the age of 38, they both were at a loss of how to move forward. The grief was too much for...
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