The HEART of the Church: Why We Should Say Yes
I didn’t grow up going to church regularly, but my family found it in my teen years as we  worked to heal our broken bits. The church became my safe [...]
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Blossoming Hope: Alana’s Story
Alana Fisher has a smile that lights up the room. She rushes in with a contagious energy and immediately introduces herself and her mom, Anna. She’s confident, polite, and exudes [...]
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Beyond Rejection, There is Hope
Like a lot of kids these days, when I was a teen (way back when), I longed to be accepted. Oftentimes doing or saying things that were out of character [...]
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A Novel Idea
Every winter my wife Caroline and I try to have a getaway, just the two of us. Typically, we travel early in February. It’s at just the time I feel [...]
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Building Trust, Healing Hearts
Volunteering is a good thing. Volunteering to serve and love on at-risk children is an even better thing. But often, when we volunteer, it turns out to be a bit [...]
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Stories of Hope
Do you ever wonder what impact your donations have on the children served by Crossnore? Meet Abby (not her real name; story shared with her permission), a middle school student [...]
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The Power of Gratitude
“We steer where we stare.”  This quote by Lysa TerKeurst radically changed how I practice therapy with children and families. It’s easy to find reasons to complain, or to spend [...]
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Hope Springs Up
There's something about spring that makes me begin to reflect. After the cold, dark, rainy winter, it's beyond refreshing to see flowers and trees start to bloom. (And after a [...]
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