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May/June Issue

May/June, 2012: In His Arms, with Mary Beth Chapman, Amena Brown, and Holly Vicente Robaina

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In This Issue

Tender Power

Tender Power Subscriber access only

Our view of El Shaddai may not be enough.
Jesus Loves Me Like a Mother

Jesus Loves Me Like a Mother Subscriber access only

For many of us, our mothers have shown us the most sacrificial love we'll ever know.
His Healing Heart

His Healing Heart Subscriber access only

God's provision of health reveals much about his nurturing character.
Mother to the Motherless

Mother to the Motherless Subscriber access only

God showed me he is more than just my heavenly Father.
A New View of God

A New View of God Subscriber access only

I'd always thought of the Lord with a slightly hard edge to him—until he opened my eyes to a different side.
Three Questions for . . . Amena Brown

Three Questions for . . . Amena Brown Subscriber access only

Thoughts on what it means to be a woman made in God's image.
Meeting the God of Nurture

Meeting the God of Nurture Subscriber access only

Explore and respond to the nurturing side of God.
Loved by a Gentle God

Loved by a Gentle God Subscriber access only

The revolutionary power of tenderness.
When We Don't Understand

When We Don't Understand Subscriber access only

Four years after the tragic loss of her daughter, Mary Beth Chapman sees God's gentle hand with her through it all.

Mary Beth Chapman: Trusting God's Plan Subscriber access only

Mary Beth shares a bit of her personal story from marrying Steven to losing a daughter in a tragic accident.
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