But Known to God

But Known to God This past December, right before Christmas, our family took a trip to Washington D.C. We packed each day full with enough museums and walking to last us a lifetime (ok, who am I kidding, we’ll still go to more museums!) We ended our trip on a...
No Shallow Work

No Shallow Work

No Shallow Work After the whirlwind of a year that 2020 brought us, perhaps this January we feel a stronger need to buckle down and see positive results—in anything. We might feel tempted to master new disciplines whether in our job, health, or spirituality. Yet no...
Lessons from E.B. White

Lessons from E.B. White

Lessons from E.B. White Do you ever feel the pressure to craft perfect answers with your kids, a mentee, or a friend? I know I have often felt the tug of wondering if I’ve said enough. Our current climate of hashtags and tweets tells us we have to say it all...
Pushing Past the ‘OK Plateau’

Pushing Past the ‘OK Plateau’

Pushing Past the ‘OK Plateau’ My heart pounded as my fingers guided the cursor to the link on the screen. This was it—edits for my first published piece. I’m sure there are things to fix, but I bet she loved that intro, I thought to myself. I wonder if...
Three Leadership Lessons for Us All

Three Leadership Lessons for Us All

Three Leadership Lessons for Us All Leadership. Everybody has opinions on it. Countless books have been written full of tips, hacks, and the path to becoming a great leader. The word brings to mind visions of boardrooms, CEOs, or marketing salesmen eating up tips to...
Though I Walk in Stubbornness

Though I Walk in Stubbornness

Though I Walk in Stubbornness My youngest child always had a knack for falling. Though my husband and I warned him time and time again squatting on the edge of a chair wasn’t wise, it never sunk in. With his toes perched perilously near the precipice, he foolishly...

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