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“Come Here!” ”Go Away!”

“I said I wanted to live in the country and in the city both…”  “I am neurotic.  I could never settle down in either the country or the city.”  “You could live between them,” Buddy suggested helpfully. “Then you could go to the city sometimes and to the country...

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2018’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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Let Us Walk in the Light

We live in remarkably uncivil times. Television is crass and violent, whether news reports or “entertainment.” Social media allow people to vent impatience and invective at anyone who disagrees with them. Hate crimes, including those against Christians, are on the...

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We Give Thanks

This week, I am reminded that we have so much to be thankful for. Thanks to you, our readers, for being a big part of this. What are you offering gratitude for this Thanksgiving? Here are a few of WGA's highlights: Attendance in our groups holds steady, with between...

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Self-Protection: A Response to Abuse

Several times, I had led a book study through The Wounded Heart by Dan Allender.  This book was written for those who have experienced sexual abuse. It has been used as the text for WGA’s Survivors of Abuse (SOA) for many years.  Each time I read it, something new...

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