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Making it Look Easy: An Olympic Reflection

I don’t know about every other ordinary mom, but I always feel like a slacker during the Olympics. I reach for tissues when I hear stories about heroic mothers of Olympians and how they worked four jobs, stayed up all night cleaning offices and then slept in the minivan in the parking lot of the […]

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What to Know When You Feel Unqualified

The last few edits of my book, Keep Walking: 40 Days to Hope and Freedom after Betrayal were completed over the weekend and I ordered my first box of books! GULP! This is getting real. And I am a jumble of emotions. I am proud, scared, hopeful, terrified, excited and nervous all wrapped into one warped state. […]

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Will It Ever Stop Hurting?

The other morning when I put my on tennis shoes I was flooded with gratitude. Weird, right? Not your typical response. But it was a moment of triumph for me and here’s why…I broke my foot earlier this year. I don’t know how it happened. I just know the day it started hurting. (Wish I […]

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Don’t Shrink Back

I’ll admit it. I’ve been allowing fear to slow me down. I’ve written a book that is practically complete, but the closer it gets to done, the slower I move. I am not like the do-it-yourselfer who is so exhausted that she collapses in a heap before the last row of flooring is snapped in […]

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We Are Dust

Walking barefoot on the hard crust of our backyard, dusty dirt coated my two bare feet. All along the fence were crevices in the earth – dry cracks two inches wide and two feet deep. The ground is thirsty. Have you ever been thirsty or dusty? Just as a father has compassion on his children, so the Lord has compassion […]

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