Tag Archives: Dealing with tragedy

A bandana for Kelly

Jeff and Kelly don’t have much beyond having each other, but that’s a big deal. For years they’ve been homeless, living on the street, and when they’ve been on the street, they haven’t been able to be together. Jeff would … Continue reading

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Don’t wait until you’re profound

Wow. Unbelievable. Awesome. Don’t know what to say. We are overwhelmed. The outpouring of love and prayer support for our family from all of you is truly humbling. (See yesterday’s Catch.)

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Banding together

As you receive your Catch today, the beloved wife of our Chairman of the Board will be starting her fourth (or 100th, as Marti puts it) treatment of chemotherapy this month. Marti’s exaggeration is due to the fact that this … Continue reading

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True celebrity

Your comments about Rick and Kay’s interview are still resonating. I’m thinking of the countless people who struggle with mental illness and how they must have been encouraged by what they saw. At the risk of overstating it, I want … Continue reading

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Raw and real

“I never questioned my faith in God; I questioned God’s plan,” Rick Warren last night on CNN. In case you somehow missed it, Rick and Kay Warren were on camera last night in a very candid interview with Piers Morgan … Continue reading

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When a house is not a home

This has been a devastating week for so many in Oklahoma and a rather challenging one for us here at the Catch. We have been planning a monthly subscriber campaign for some time, and we chose to make the three … Continue reading

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Answering the Unanswerable

Based on the 1900 novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, Dorothy Gale is swept away to another land in a tornado and embarks on a quest to find her way home again, finally to be told … Continue reading

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