Tag Archives: overcoming loss

The future of America will depend on how people lose today

Marti’s phone is trying to wake her up this morning with a song she has programmed as her alarm: “I’ve got a feeling/That tonight’s gonna be a good night/Tonight’s gonna be a good, good night…” I immediately reflect on the … Continue reading

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“Why doesn’t God do something?”

Today I want to draw your attention to a conversation between Robinson Crusoe and his man Friday: “Well,” says Friday, “you say God is so strong, so great: has he not as much strong, as much might as the devil?” … Continue reading

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Go, dogs. Go!

Marti loves children’s books. She loves to buy them; I love to read them; and until reading became something painful for Chandler, he loved to be read to. Not that there was any serious correlation between the two, but for … Continue reading

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Grieving couple starts over

Marti introduced herself to me last night. We shook hands. I told her my name was John and she asked me if I spelled it with or without an “h.” What was she doing? She was illustrating that as a … Continue reading

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‘L’chaim! To life!’

Mark … Chad … Dan … I know you’ll be reading this today. We have received such an outpouring of sympathy, prayers and support from so many people via Facebook, emails and comments on yesterday’s Catch that it’s overwhelming to … 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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