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“This is going to be GREAT!”

He opened his eyes this morning, on the first day of fourth grade. “This is going to be GREAT!” he said. He chatted me up the rest of the morning, following me from room to room, speaking in a delighted staccato. “I wonder if there will be any new kids,” he said as he washed […]

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Couldn’t Have Said It Better

I recently attended a conference about multi-ethnic ministry, which included a few sessions about how to minister well to the multi-ethnic family.  Expect some forthcoming posts around that topic.  In the meantime, I stumbled upon this post, from Jen Hatmaker.  It’s a great place to start.  (Thanks, Jen, for your permission to re-post!)   Enjoy […]

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Self-Righteous Humanitarianism? I Think Not

I recently commented on a question posted online. The question was, “What are you doing to spread the word about the orphan crisis?” It was a contest. The winner would receive a t-shirt meant to help bring awareness to the orphan crisis. That’s not why I commented. My husband is the shop manager of a […]

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