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Trauma and Stabilization

Editor's Note: This article is a follow-up to Veronica's blog called "Trauma and Emotions". Give it a read too! Having a history of trauma leads to some predictable difficulties in life.  This post is to help you understand some of what’s needed to be able to move...

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2019’s Top Blog Posts

We thought you might like to know which of WGA’s blogs got the most views last year, so you can revisit them and/or take a look in case you missed them. First up, we’ve got an article by Mary Heathman called “My 4 Year-Old is Touching Himself Down There, What Do I...

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Where Grace Abounds: More than a Name

Dear WGA Friends, Greetings to you all; all of you are so very important to us personally and to the vitality of the work here at Where Grace Abounds.  We are so grateful for your prayers and investment in our ministry!  As I write this letter and think about the past...

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God With Us

"Look! The virgin will conceive and bear a son, and they will call him Immanuel," which means "God with us" (Matt. 1:23). Mind renewal, or neuroplasticity, is a spiritual as well as a mental and physical phenomenon. Perhaps this is why many of us think about it in...

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With Gratitude…

Thanksgiving week is one I always love. I enjoy having a holiday that reminds me to slow down and remember the many blessings I have been given. Gratitude is so easily lost in the busy-ness of life. Will you pause with me this week and reflect? I'd love to hear some...

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Symphony: a metaphor for story

There’s a song that’s popular on Christian radio called “Symphony.” A friend and I recently argued about the song being overplayed, and our banter caused me to pause and listen deeply to the words. A more intentional listen to the song prompted memories of the 7 years...

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