A Place at the Manger by Rachael Keefe

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CC0 image by dh creative written by Rachael Keefe My mother wasn�t the best at being a mom. We didn�t share awhole lot of mother-daughter moments and my memories of her are not asjoy-filled as I would like. Yet, I think of her at Christmas time. She hatedChristmas and didn�t always cope with the stress…

Waiting by Karl Shallowhorn

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written by Karl Shallowhorn Waiting It�s Advent. And we wait. We wait for a miraculous event that can transform lives through weeks of hope, peace, joy and love. For the literal millions of people, however, who live with a mental health diagnosis, even a day can feel like forever. I remember the experience of being…

Signs of Hope by Hannah Campbell Gustafson

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written by Hannah Campbell Gustafson I�m not sure if it is the shorter days, the cold, the political climate, or my mental health, but I�ve been craving signs of hope lately. My husband and I have been living in rural Southwest Wisconsin for a few years now, and there are many ways in which it…