by Vincent Dehm
Source: NAD Ministerial
Tread softly this could get dark.
For most of my life, there was an underlying darkness that seemed to accompany me. I grew up in an environment where it did not matter what you felt like on the inside, as long as the outside was put together. This way of handling “stuff” nearly cost me my life.
It was the beginning of October in 2001. I had entered my last year of college in Texas. Two and a half years earlier, I had gotten out of the Army to pursue a degree in Theology. I had a supportive loving wife of ten years, three school aged children, a house that had squirrels in the attic, a full course load, and a marriage that was falling to pieces right in front of my face.
This particular season had been really tough on our relationship because like most men, I have a propensity Continue Reading…