The Cat’s Indignity

This story has no point, other than to say, watch out for the cat! And perhaps it will give you a chuckle on a dreary December day. Last week our family received the unsettling news that Will's dad was in the hospital with a pulmonary embolism. On a whim, we decided to pack up the …

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A month of blessing

October used to be one of my favorite months of the year. Crisp, fall air pushing away the heat of summer. Chrysanthemums. Pumpkin and apple pies steaming from their flaky crusts, smelling of cinnamon and spice. Fall décor. Will and my wedding anniversary. Leaves falling into crackling piles, and children romping through them, rosy-cheeked. But …

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Ten Simple Ways Your Church Can Serve Foster Families (by Jason Johnson)

Foster care is a Church problem, not a state child welfare problem. It is a Gospel issue first, not a government issue. The Church has both the duty and privilege to speak on behalf of and stand for the sake of those who cannot speak and stand for themselves because that is exactly what God …

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