CONTENTS FOR MAY 2007
Letter from Deborah Porter--Editor, FaithWriters' Magazine
By Catrina Bradley
The greatest thing any parent can leave to their children is a legacy of faith.
A MERRY HEART
By Tina Hoffman
This new infatuation had gone far enough. Time for an intervention!
A WOMAN'S WORLD
Garden of Love
By Jan Ross
The quilting circle each year in Gradma's attic was always the first sign that winter was just around the corner, and this year it brought spring to Allamae's heart
A WORD IN SEASON
Six Reasons Not to Worry When You Have a Chronic Illness
By Lisa Copen
Wisdom from the Word for anyone living with any form of chronic illness.
DOWN MEMORY LANE
By Tori Close
It was her first trip to the General Store and she had a whole quarter to spend as well-how would Hannah ever decide what to buy?
Beyond the Closet Door
By Joanne Sher
When the abuse moved onto her daughter, Marlene knew it was time to break free-with Christ's protection.
JUST BETWEEN MEN
His Clandestine Sin
By David Story
The battle for his heart was silently raging behind the closed door.
TAKE IT TO HEART
El Cether-God My Hiding Place
By Kevin Pauley
Encouragement from the life of David, who understood the blessing of El Cether.
THE JOY OF FAMILY
There's No Time but the Present
By Terry R.A. Eissfeldt
A poem for every frazzled mother … or father, who has ever wished, perhaps even fleetingly, that their children were grown.
THE PARENT'S SURVIVAL GUIDE
Reaching Perfection in Motherhood
By Jacquelyn Horne
When it comes to motherhood, hindsight is always 20/20 vision … but at least the grandchildren will benefit.
THE RHYTHM OF LIFE
Of Cats and Kings
By Arthur Bardswell (aka David Butler)
A delightful re-telling of the feline Knights of the Round Table, in the fur-lined world of Catalot.
Please … Forgive Me
By Suellen Fry-Washington
Though man may turn his back and refuse to pardon, there is One who is the giver of perfect grace.
'TIS THE SEASON
Day In, Day Out
By Steve Uppendahl
A loving tribute to the selfless care given by mothers everywhere.