Category Archives: Family

Walking through Life’s Places

How long we’ve lived in any particular place probably isn’t nearly as important as how we’ve lived there… Continue reading

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Romping through Life

There’s not much in life that’s more fun than listening to and watching a bunch of kids have fun. Continue reading

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Pretty Good (In Praise of Mediocrity)

As much as I love excellence, I nonetheless believe that being average at a really good thing is far better than being amazing at something that doesn’t benefit others. Continue reading

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Breach Baby

Being born backwards didn’t obligate me to go through life that way! I keep trying to remember that… Continue reading

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Little Hops of Faith

Just as a young child may not be aware of how “play” is helping her develop needed skills, we don’t always understand what God is doing with us. Continue reading

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The Power of One

The power of hope often begins with one person. The belief of one therapist opened up a completely different life for one autistic child… and his family. Continue reading

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18th Hole

The image that Kristi described of Brian reaching up toward heaven as he died reminds me of what my sister Patsy said about our mother’s final hours… Love the image! Continue reading

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