Posts Tagged ‘Death’

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tragic day, happy day, reflections on the death of my son Christopher

July 24th, 2014 | Posted by Greg Laurie
Today is the 6-year mark of the departure of my son to heaven. These "anniversaries" are never easy. read more...

face to face with eternity...and some random end-of-year questions

December 31st, 2011 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
I just read about some crazy ways to celebrate New Year's Eve. For some people, looking for the hottest party in town to countdown seems too status quo. Instead, they want to do something nutty, like skydiving out of a plane at midnight, or taking a plunge into the bone-chilling waters of Boston Harbor, or joining more than 60,000 people in Venice's San Marco Square who lock lips in the world's largest communal kiss. Really? read more...

of skulls and such...

October 31st, 2011 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
I find interesting all the fascination with skulls in design lately. I haven't always been fond of skulls. Typically they conjure up visions of the macabre or of heavy metal bands…Cliché, I know! read more...

missing Christopher while living on promises

July 25th, 2011 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
It was July 24th, 2008. The day broke, in the cool morning air. The sun shone brilliantly as a breeze stirred in the camphor trees that line the streets of our neighborhood. It was shaping up to be a perfect day... read more...

the house that ruth built

November 2nd, 2009 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
I gazed at the landscape, the trees in full fall color, and, in the distance, the mist hanging over the Blue Ridge mountains. This was the view that captured Ruth Bell Graham and held her a willing prisoner to its beauty for so much of her life. While Billy roamed the world preaching the gospel, Ruth supported him by staying here and praying for him while taking care of their children. read more...