Seacoast Stories: Debby DeRosa

Fighting for Marriage

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In 2018, Travis Graham felt like his life was in shambles. During his years of military and police service, he had injured his back multiple [...]

Grateful for Moms More than Ever

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Written from an interview with Gail Kirby, Seacoast Greenville Campus This Mother’s Day, we have even more reason to celebrate moms. During the current stay-at-home [...]

Living with Loss

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On April 3, 2020, Wendy Sprintz lost her daughter, Jessica, to Sarcoma, an extremely rare form of cancer. Wendy had already gone through a divorce [...]

When a Loved One Commits Suicide

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On November 15, 1998, my dad called to tell me that John, my younger brother, who was 18, had committed suicide. He had shot himself [...]

When You Step Off the Sidelines

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When Sean and Christie McMillan started attending Seacoast Greenville in 2015, they started with simply enjoying what the church offered them. Christie says, “We would [...]