Another Way Archive

Who Is On Call 24 Hours a Day with Rare Holidays and Time Off?

May 8, 2014 Melodie Davis

“I never could have imagined the wholly demanding and self-sacrificial nature of it all. Nothing about my body was mine anymore. Nothing about my time was mine. My days and my nights were his.”

When You Need to Make a Decision

May 1, 2014 Melodie Davis

It helps to recall or rethink your overall goals and vision for your life. Try to look at the bigger picture than an immediate decision in front of you.;;

The Good-Enough Samaritan/The Good-Enough Mom

April 24, 2014 Melodie Davis

While it is important to do your best, at times we should accept just being “good enough.”;;

So Is Grandparenting Great? Some Reflections

April 17, 2014 Melodie Davis

It is a little hard to be talking about grandparenting as the “greatest thing” when I know my daughters and sons-in-law have just experienced a seismic shift in their lives.

Evidence for Easter?

April 10, 2014 Melodie Davis

Christians believe we also will come back to life in a new form on the other side of the grave. That is the Easter promise.

It’s All in the Bag – Guest Columnist Jodi Nisly Hertzler

April 3, 2014 Melodie Davis

There’s something about the physical act of throwing out the junk that’s therapeutic. Add to that the visually calming effect of a mostly empty, organized drawer? Ahhh.

Loved into Life: Vincent Harding

March 27, 2014 Melodie Davis

A home church in Harlem was another great source of love for Harding where “everyone knew my name, pushing me to be my best self.”;;

How to Go Gently… or More Gently

March 20, 2014 Melodie Davis

Over the last months of her life, she reported her status each week to her large group of friends. “I am not dying from cancer, but living with cancer.”

Same Kind of Different As Me – Guest column by Lauree Purcell

March 13, 2014 Melodie Davis

Some people are clearly in pain, need medical attention or a dentist. Others could use a new set of clean clothes and a bath.;;