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"Do you not know? Have you not heard?  The Everlasting God, the Lord,  the Creator of the ends of the earth does not become weary or tired...  He gives strength to the weary, and to him who lacks might He increases power."   “That’s it. Samuel, leave your brother...

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Shining Star

The school cafetorium slowly filled with parents and siblings of the children on stage. I walked in to find there were three open seats on the front row and rushed to seat my two boys, myself placed between them. Samuel and Josh talked with me as we waited for the...

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High Functioning Doesn't Mean "Normal"

Somehow, I feel I have bought a little bit into the deception that if my son with autism is "high functioning" because he's able to speak, then all is well and "normal". For all who do not live with autism, let me just go ahead and tell you that it is wrong to assume...

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Reflections of the Moon

A shiver runs down my spine. I pull my coat tighter around me, my gloved hands buried in the folds of my arms, my chin nuzzling my scarf. The night air is crisp with a chill that gently stings my cheeks. My eyes are downcast... "Why are you downcast, o my soul?" As I...

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Worship in the Darkness

Hello old friend. Let me first preface this post by saying that is has nothing to do with autism. As I wrote at the top of this blog, this is a journey from despair to hope. From darkness to light. Friend, I am in darkness and I am trying desperately to cling to the...

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The Perfect Day

I wrote this post weeks ago, but could not get pictures loaded! Finally found a way to do it. 🙂 Have you ever had a perfect day, maybe even just a perfect moment that you purpose to remember during all the other days and moments that aren't so perfect? I have a few...

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A Prayer from Psalm 90

"O satisfy us in the morning with Thy loving-kindness, That we may sing for joy and be glad all our days"                                                                     Psalm 90:14 Today, my son still has autism. Every day for the rest of his life, he will have...

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So This is Christmas

The words of the song I heard countless times on the radio continued to echo in my ears yesterday, Christmas day. They sounded empty, hollow and filled with tearful sighs that only autism can bring. This day, this day of a year-long anticipation, this day of glorious...

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The Redeeming Value of a Sermon

Every day of the week has the potential to be a challenging day in the face of autism, but Sundays in particular are the most susceptible to difficulty. Even though it can be a busy day, there is routine every week; and with autism, where there is routine, there is...

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