Reflections on a 30-Year Journey in Recovery by Karl Shallowhorn

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written by Karl Shallowhorn “For when a few years are past, I shall go the way of no return.� Job 16:22 This past Wednesday I celebrated 30 years clean. 30 years of not using alcohol or any illicit drugs. The years prior to this time were fueled by substance abuse that was accompanied by a…

Known by Hannah Campbell Gustafson

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written by Hannah Campbell Gustafson I remember vividly the fall that I began graduate school at the University of Chicago, walking around campus and feeling completely and totally invisible. It was an awful feeling. Now, I�m aware that some of this is because I went to a college with around 2000 students, so walking around…

Three Gratitudes for the New Year by Amy Petr� Hill

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written by by Amy Petr� Hill January is a magical month here in Colorado. Snow glistens on the top of the mountains and most trees sleep deeply, readying themselves to burst into color come spring, while the evergreens stand silent watch. For me, January brings a new personal journal and the happiness that comes with…

Therefore, Let it Be Resolved by Kirk Moore

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written by Kirk Moore Did you make any New Year�s Resolutions? After a day or two, how are things going? Resolutions, goals, challenges, and dreams aren�t limited to once a year. Things don’t have to be “resolved.” There doesn’t have to be a mandate. What if instead of a list of “musts,” every day I…