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“My Son Was Dead, But That Blue Stain? It Remained. 14 Years Later, It’s a Reminder That ‘Things’ Aren’t Important, But People Are”

"That blue stain was just a big fat negative in my life. I hated it. The next month, we got devastating news about my sweet son, the one who splattered it all over our carpet."

“I Looked Over to His Side of the Bed. I Realized He Would Never Be There Again”: Wife Shares the Painful Reality of Unending...

"I fell to my knees, and then to my back. It came from up from my gut. I could almost physically feel it moving to the top of my abdomen, to my chest, into my neck and then my head. I cannot describe the pain. It was like my soul was slowly being ripped away from my body."

What to Say When Everything Is Not Going to Be OK

Am I doing my kids a disservice by always promising that everything will be okay, when very likely it won’t be?

“We Had to Watch Her Die Slowly for 2 Weeks”: Grieving Dad Posts Warning After Tragic Infant Death

"Mallory was never in contact with a person who had an active cold sore. Never. Nobody ever kissed her on the mouth."

“On Our Wedding Day, My Mom Gave My Husband a Note. A Note That Was Just for the 2 of Them.”

"The day my Mom died I called my husband...Then he began to tell me a story about my Mom. A story that I never knew about her before because she didn’t want me to know."

After Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosis, Tim Keller’s Greatest Fear Isn’t Death

Tim Keller was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer earlier this summer. While he doesn't know how long he has yet to live, Keller says he is happier than he has been before and "I enjoy my prayer life more than I ever have in my life." Still, there is one thing Keller fears.