Pretty Pennies

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor I started feeling guilty about the penny. I had other pennies mixed in my pocket change, but this one was different because it was separate from my other change. There had been one, an old, dull one, on the counter. It had fallen out of my wallet […]

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We have ALL aborted: Counseling from a Perspective of Grace

Care Net Blog – www.care-net.org Vernicia T. Eure January 25, 2016   “Why isn’t she getting it? Abortion is not the best solution for her or her baby,” I wondered as I sat across from my client.  I’m tired of abortion!   What if one of the biggest hindrances in the counseling room is our […]

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The Illusions and Ironies of Unforgiveness

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor Writing Challenge Day 3: Forgiveness Scripture References: Matthew 18:21-22; Matthew 6:12 Essay I could be dead. Each time I think about an offense that I am still nursing, and not ready to let go of, I remind myself that I could be dead. Actually, I was […]

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What Do You Do When Church Ain’t Working?

Renita Guyton The Harvest Magazine Contributor I grew up in the church. I served, I honored, gladly gave my time and finances. I faced many challenges and failed to rise to the occasion at times, but my faith was strong. I told myself if I could just keep myself focused and do what I knew […]

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Grace for Grief

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and editor Grief sparks a range of complex emotions that are constantly changing, much like a kaleidoscope. And for some who are mining their way through a loss, the feelings ricochet of every aspect of life for what can seem like a lifetime. To His children, God is the God of all comfort, […]

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