In the Magazine this month we’re exploring story-telling and the ways we craft the narratives that give meaning to our lives. In this piece, Jon White speaks to the limitations of place in our own narratives.
In the Magazine this month we’re exploring story-telling and the ways we craft the narratives that give meaning to our lives. In this piece, Shirley O’Shea shares her experience of struggling with depression while clinging to God.
If there’s something that you have hoped would just go away, something you would rather not mention to God, this might be a good time to recognize it and remind yourself that every single thing about you is redeemed and loved.
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