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Terry Kaul

The Storm

By Teaching Team

The blanket Sophia threw across her head offered little protection from the sheets of rain pouring into the living room. She shivered and stared in shock at the sky where…

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Walk In Love

By Teaching Team

I’m the oldest of three sisters who are very different. In our teens the differences were glaring. But as the years pass, similarities abound: we all enjoy reading, crafting, organizing,…

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Suffering

By Teaching Team

On our way to a family reunion, Abbie, our 3-year-old granddaughter, developed strep throat. The doctor we consulted suggested an antibiotic injection. Before the shot, I explained to Abbie what…

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Use Me

By Teaching Team

A friend texted me and asked if I would help her with a project for the women’s retreat. Let’s call her Jan Carlson. I agreed, and Jan asked if we could…

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Lean Forward

By Teaching Team

“Don’t forget to lean forward,” said my ski instructor as I sped off down the biggest hill in the world <possible hyperbole>. But as my speed increased, my control decreased….

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