Category Archives: Darlene Pawlik

What if I’m Wrong About Everything?

What if I’m wrong about everything I know about life and about God and the Bible? … If it is not true, millions of people have shared an experience that cannot be fully explained by natural means. We have felt … Continue reading

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3 WAYS LAWMAKERS GET STUCK

… Some get stuck in the pride of the job in a good way, always striving to be attentive to the people they represent, but others in a bad way, so puffed up in their own minds that they cannot … Continue reading

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Looks can be deceiving

Yesterday, I attended hearings in my state’s Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives. It was surreal. I felt like it was a dystopian fiction. How were we talking about killing babies? When the people who kill these little people … Continue reading

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Why We Don’t Need to Study Decriminalizing Prostitution

The New Hampshire House of Representatives voted to study decriminalizing prostitution at the behest of pro-prostitution activists. Some of our Representatives were manipulated into believing that decriminalizing the practice of the buying people for sex would be compassionate. In reality, … Continue reading

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Darlene Pawlik: What is Human Trafficking

n the simplest terms, human trafficking is the exploitation of a person for the purpose of forced labor, sexual exploitation or obtaining their organs, for the benefit of another whether by force, fraud or coercion. The exploitation of others has … Continue reading

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THE VERY BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT

Forgiveness is the very best Christmas gift. For those of us who have suffered significant trauma at the hands of people who should have been our caretakers, this seems like an impossible task. The core violation of long term child … Continue reading

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Decision Fatigue

Maybe you’ve seen this phrase, Reach out this season. It has been written in other words, but the appeals that come this time of year can create decision fatigue. How do we decide who to give our time, energy, and … Continue reading

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