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November/December Issue

November/December, 2012: Finding Children Loving Home

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In This Issue

Practicing the Presence of God
Focus On

Practicing the Presence of God Subscriber access only

Focus On: Contemplation
Are Sexual Fantasies Okay?
Marriage Partnership

Are Sexual Fantasies Okay?

Marriage Q&A
Why Do I Constantly Feel Guilty?
Parent Connect

Why Do I Constantly Feel Guilty? Subscriber access only

Parenting Q&A
TCW Talks to … Sarah Young
TCW Talks to

TCW Talks to … Sarah Young Subscriber access only

A Q&A about challenges and disappointments
Book Review: Wild
What We're Reading

Book Review: Wild Subscriber access only

One woman's journey to find herself
A Home for All Children
TCW Profile

A Home for All Children Subscriber access only

Kim de Blecourt, a stay-at-home, midwestern mom, is taking God's command to care for orphans literally.

Bonus Articles

Double-Fisted Communion

Double-Fisted Communion Subscriber access only

When was the last time I was desperately hungry for Christ?
Looking the Other Way

Looking the Other Way

How often do I see injustice and fail to act?
Christian Survivor's Guilt

Christian Survivor's Guilt Subscriber access only

I got stuck endlessly pouring my life out as a "drink offering."

Also Highlighted In This Issue

Banish Isolation

Moms can establish rhythms that invite others in
By Tracey Bianchi

Have you ever found yourself nervous about approaching another mom for conversation? Ever hesitated to host a playdate in your disorganized house or to drive the carpool in your messy van where chicken nuggets have established small villages under the seats? If you struggle with the insecurity of how to measure up, then this article is for you.

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