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Inspiring Story of the Week – A Child of Theirs – A Child of Ours

Inspiring Story of the Week
A Child of Theirs – A Child of Ours

by MJ McGrath

Most adoption stories have their own insprirational back stories, but this one has several.

Two couples found themselves face to face in a small room for the first […]

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INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK: Of Mothers and Other Demons

INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK
OF MOTHERS AND OTHER DEMONS
by Lisa St. John

This inspiring story if part monologue, part societal comment. We’re not likely to forget the storms in our past. 
But Lisa is ready to focus on the sunshine.

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INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK – Bounty of Riches

Inspiring Story of the Week
Bounty of Riches
by Lois W. Stern

I hope this story inspires some of you to recognize the possibility of forging a new path when it’s set before you!

Readers are often fascinated by the author’s back story. They […]

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Inspiring Story of the Week: Bygone Brooklyn

INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK
Bygone Brooklyn

by Janet Rice

In this inspring story, one author recalls fond memories of her Brooklyn childhood.

Brooklyn in the 1950’s was a quilt of many ethnic and religious groups. In this story, Janet recalls those days following World […]

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INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK ~ Becoming a Family

INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK
Becoming a Family

by Jeff Guidry
(With Lois W. Stern)

This is a most inspiring story of how, when one door shuts, a beautiful new door often opens in its place.

Saying good-bye to your beloved dog is a […]

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INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK: Taking the Oath

INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK
Taking the Oath

by May Spangler

This is the Inspiring story of the day a French emigrant becomes a US citizen

When May married Dickie, immigrants to the United States could only become American citizens if they renounced […]

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