Grief

What Did Jesus Really Mean?

When the promises in Scripture seem to contradict what you've experienced in your most desperate moment.

By

Anneliese Dalaba

June 22, 2022

Book Review

Book Review: I've Seen the End of You

An absolutely fascinating memoir of a neurosurgeon's search for answers about death and hope.

By

Anneliese Dalaba

March 17, 2022

Final Book in the Arranged Marriage Series Available Now for PRE-ORDER

Determined to never marry, Kitty Haddington chooses to assist her father in his parish. After visiting an elderly parishioner outside of town, Kitty is caught in a snowstorm and injured while attempting to return home. Her infuriating rescuer seems oblivious to their precarious situation.

By

Anneliese Dalaba

February 21, 2022

Grief

Grief and Joy, a Podcast

For the first time in my life, I was on a podcast. I'm smiling and shaking my head as I write this because I never imagined doing such a thing. God keeps opening doors and stretching me. I want to submit to His plans.

By

Anneliese Dalaba

December 17, 2021

Grief

Christmas Through Grief-Filled Eyes

All the lights, music, laughter, and good cheer of the season felt like a distant memory never to be recaptured on that first Christmas without my husband. Could this holiday ever delight me again as it had before my loss? Was Christmas ruined forever?

By

Anneliese Dalaba

December 9, 2021

Book Review

Book Review - Walking In My Shoes

I recently finished reading Elizabeth Mittlestaedt's inspiring story in Walking In My Shoes. In a small Hungarian village where her family had lost most of their possessions when a communist party took over their country after World War II, is the setting of her childhood. Her family of eleven lived in near poverty. But Elizabeth had dreams of achieving more and longed to pursue higher education to attain those goals, yet circumstances held her bound. The craving for freedom and a better life had gripped her, and wouldn't let go, so she took matters into her own hands, resulting in devastating consequences.

By

Anneliese Dalaba

November 25, 2021

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