Monthly Archives: June 2018

Honor an Evil Father on Father’s Day?

Sherrie expected that her missing birth father would be a wonderful man. Just the opposite was true as she uncovered DNA secrets from Ancestry.com. So, how does she and others with a “nightmare father” give “honor” to them on Father’s Day. Sherrie shares what has set her free.

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Could Kate Spade Have Beaten Depression?

Why Didn't Kate Spade Survive Anxiety and Depression?

As details spill about Kate Spade’s depression and suicide, I am both sad and sickened, for it could have been me. Since mid-life, I have battled depression. Our move to Indy from Michigan, where I lost family, friends, and full-time ministry in BSF as a teaching leader, triggered me big time. Coming into unknown territory here was more than I

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My View from the Back Seat of Adoption

Hope Is Coming for You as an Adoptee or Foster Kid

Oftentimes, adoptees struggle with the complexities of adoption. As a senior in the field of adoption, Sherrie Eldridge describes what it is like to look back on life as an older adoptee and then she gives a message for younger adoptees and foster kids.

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