By Del Duduit February is always bittersweet. Six years ago this month, our family suffered a gigantic loss when my sister-in-law died of cancer at the young age of 46. I am aware that many families deal with tragedy, but to us, this experience was monumental and changed our lives forever. Her story of faith… Continue reading A Bittersweet Month
NOTE: Five years ago today, my sister-in-law, Dee Dee, passed away at the age of 46 after her third battle with ovarian cancer. My wife, Angie, wrote a letter to her to catch her up on our family's lives. Here is what she wrote as today's guest blogger: Dear Dee Dee: We miss you. More… Continue reading Dear Dee Dee
By Del Duduit The cornerstone of the Christian religion is centered around faith. We believe Jesus Christ was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, was crucified for our sins and rose three days later to defeat death and the grave. Simple. Right? That's our faith. Webster says it’s “complete trust or confidence in… Continue reading Is Your Faith Impossible?
By Del Duduit Some people have asked me the status of the manuscript which originally brought me into the world of Christian writing. I researched, interviewed and wrote a book about faith. In this, I used examples of three people who demonstrated magnificent trust under fire. One of those featured is my sister-in-law, Dee Dee,… Continue reading Faith is