Facing Loss Together

The rain patters lightly on the window as Pat Kinney and I sit at her kitchen table adorned with cheerful yellow flowers and two mugs of tea, and she shares about the widows’ ministry she’s been tending to for the past year. It’s a fairly small ministry, mostly unsung and...

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Opening Locked Treasure Chests

Do you remember your middle school years? All of us dealt with varying degrees of awkwardness, comparison, rejection, and insecurity. Do you remember some of the people who helped you process those grueling feelings and troubling transitional phases? Recently, I had the joy of meeting with mother and daughter duo,...

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Laundry Love

Once a month, people from Arbor Road gather at a couple local laundromats and pay for people in the community to do their laundry. Sandra and Adam Gulick currently help at Launderland, and have been volunteering since it first started in January 2013.   Both of them grew up hearing...

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