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What Your Waiter Isn’t Telling You

Imagine a large family getting ready to attend church on a Sunday morning. This isn’t your family, and it’s not mine either. This is the most unusual tribe you’ve ever met. There are a dozen sisters and just as many brothers, and they share a tiny home. To fully appreciate the chaos in the home… Continue reading What Your Waiter Isn’t Telling You

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Grandparent: The Verb I Am

My first grandchild, my granddaughter Isla (pronounced “eye-Luh”…as in Island), turns TWO today. As we prepared to celebrate her little life at a Minnie Mouse themed birthday bash, I got to thinking about the things I would be willing to do for her. I got to thinking about the effect grand-parenting has on those of… Continue reading Grandparent: The Verb I Am

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Why I am Thankful for my Failure

Today is the final day of a fundraising campaign that didn’t reach its goal, and we are thrilled about it failing. There are a couple of reasons the failure  brings us pleasure. First, it is a reminder that God has called us to walk by faith in all things. The phrase, “One Step at a… Continue reading Why I am Thankful for my Failure