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Making a Difference

I had the best of plans to write a post to inspire everyone to get off the couch, out of the pews and make a difference to someone in this world.  After all, it seems the entire world needs some help – there’s too much anger and hopelessness.  But before I sat down I...

The Results Are In

I’m not talking about election results, nor about the Academy Awards.  A few weeks ago I promised to give you an update on medical tests once received.  But before I spill those beans, a lot of people have asked what I think about yesterday’s “A Day Without a Woman.”...

Playing Possum

When I was a little girl (or as my grandmother would say, “no bigger than knee high to a grasshopper”), I would play possum, pretending to be asleep or invisible when my parents or grandparents walked into the room.  “I wonder where Deborah Jan is,” they would...

Common Ground

Last week I attended a Pro-Life/Pro-Women’s Conference with great anticipation.  I was excited to gather with other like-minded women from across the nation (and countries) to learn new ways to defend life.  As one of the sponsors, we were able to connect with...

A Supreme Life

I was on a family vacation last week when I learned of the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.  Being unashamedly pro-life and a conservative, I knew immediately how his passing would affect the balance of power in the Supreme Court.  Since then I’ve...

Heartache & Baby Loss

Our guest blogger this week is Casey Wiegand.  She has a large following on her own blog, and after reading this piece, I understand why.  I’m sure there are many in our audience who will relate to today’s subject.  I commend Casey for helping so many find...