It takes all kinds to make God's world--one in which people answer the "still, small voice" to help one another, as Ed Bird learned on a Friday night when a friend was being evicted and had nowhere to go--or any means to get there.
A shift in perspective--from being a daughter to also being a mother--brings a new appreciation for "this thing called motherhood," in this essay by Sola Olu.
What defines middle age? As Marcia Carruthers observes in this essay, the borders between youth and elderhood have blurred--and delightfully so.
For a young boy in East Texas, a cowboy's life seemed like the obvious path, until that unwelcome visitor - Change - came to call, in this moving essay by Clint Moore.
Comfort is only a few steps away, in the bedroom once occupied by her nonna, a space sure to soothe and engage the senses, in this delightful essay by a promising young writer, Isabella Miller.
FaithHopeandFiction is my creative home and my labor of love. I have written stories all my life. As a child, I told myself stories for entertainment, to pass the time, and for comfort. Stories were my way of interpreting and understanding the world around me and to discover the deeper meaning and lessons hidden in even the most ordinary circumstances and relationships.
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