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Star Charts

Charts are everywhere. We have navigational charts, weather charts, score charts, charts for accomplishing tasks, and charts for measuring progress. When my kids were little, I would make “chore” charts. When the chore was accomplished, a shiny star sticker was put on the chart . . . and they’d receive two stars if their attitudes […]

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Sanctuaries

It was a misty morning in a small, out-of-the-way English countryside village. Hanging flower baskets, timeworn cafes, and antiquated shops lined the cobblestone streets. The town was packed with old bookstores in which dusty, leather-bound or linen-wrapped books were piled from floor to ceiling. Some of the books’ bindings had been repaired with old tape. […]

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Amy Robertson

Finding Hope When Life Feels Impossible

An Interview with Amy Robertson

Life is full of ups and downs we never expected. For some, the surprising twists and turns change everything about life. It even seems impossible. Amy Robertson understands challenges, change, and choices in the midst of unbearable pain. Watch the Interview When Amy Robertson’s youngest son, Dustin, was diagnosed with severe autism just before he […]

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