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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A Breath of Fresh Air
A Merry Heart
A Woman's World
Down Memory Lane
Heaven Bound
Light In The Darkness
Take it to Heart
The Joy of Family
The Rhythm of Life
'Tis the Season
United As One


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CONTENTS FOR MAY 2006

FRONT PAGE

Letter from Deb Porter--Editor, FaithWriters’ Magazine

Just the Fax Ma’am
By James Snyder
Technophobes of the world, unite!

Laughter from the Parsonage--Meet Rev. James Snyder
Interview by Lynda Schab

A BREATH OF FRESH AIR

And the First Shall be Last by Deborah Porter
When preferential boarding passes are involved, it’s amazing how quickly our true colors show.

A MERRY HEART

No Sappy Poem for Mother’s Day
By Cassie Memmer
Forget the hearts and flowers this year, and enjoy this tongue-in-cheek tribute to Mom.

A WOMAN’S WORLD

My Mother’s Legacy
By Debbie Sickler
Passing the baton of love and faith from mother to child, from one generation to the next

DOWN MEMORY LANE

Grandfather’s Oranges
By Val Clark
The touching story of a grandfather who brought "Christmas" and faith to visit.

HEAVEN BOUND

The Bluebird and the Afghan
By Shannon Redmon
The blanket had been a faithful member of the family--but only Mom was ready to let it retire.


LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS

Purpose in the Pointless
By T.E. George
No experience, no matter how painful, is wasted when it can be used to minister to another broken heart.

TAKE IT TO HEART

Showing Your Love for Him
By Heather Bixler
Take another look at 1 Corinthians 13, with fresh eyes and a God-directed heart.

THE JOY OF FAMILY

How to Find Favor
By Pamela Bridgeman
Mama’s way of teaching made it hard to sit down for a while--but she always got the point across.

THE RHYTHM OF LIFE

A Work of Art
By Paulette Rogers
The commune of Creator and creation, bursting forth in full bloom.

TIS THE SEASON

Lessons from My First Teacher--My Mother
By Sandra Fischer
Be blessed by this tribute to a mother who taught her children the values they would need--physical, spiritual, and everything else inbetween.

UNITED AS ONE

After the Vow … My Options
By Ese Adonkie
We can see our marriage as either a covenant or contract--the choice is ours, and it can change everything.