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Blog Entry | Family >
In my house, food talks. With three men, my husband and two teenagers, I spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Feeding their bodies well is important to me. Feeding their souls is imperative. The two have come together often in how we serve others who are hurting or less fortunate. As parents, Scott and I wanted concrete ideas to serve others in ways that assisted hurting people and were also impactful learning experiences for the boys. We’ve fo»
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The Day I Met Biniyam | Sheridan Voysey
Listen to this interview with my new sponsor child Biniyam, from Ethiopia.
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Do you ever feel time is flying by–uncontrollably fast?  That it was just August, and you blinked, and now it’s November?  That’s how I feel!  I think, as a mom, the Fall months are especially susceptible to disappearing before our eyes.  With two kids in high school, one in junior high, and one in elementary school, “normal” life is already full; add on all the extra, unforeseen events–happy or difficult–and somehow the end of»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Like many forty-something men, I have a love-hate relationship with food. There was a time in my life when I delighted in having a 16 oz. rib eye steak, a plate of buffalo wings or a tray of In N Out Burgers. Then one day three months ago I came home and told Carla, “I want to become a vegetarian.” I understand the decision to become vegetarian isn’t for everyone, however for me it made perfect sense. To be sure it wasn’t an overnight»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Allow me to point you towards perhaps the best-designed website I’ve ever seen. It’s beautiful. Click here. And if that isn’t enough to whet your appetite, try this on for size: there’s easily enough food in the world for everyone to eat, yet 1 in 8 people go hungry each day. All we need to do is share a tiny little bit. You and I may not be able to do much alone, but simply by signing up at the Enough Food for Everyone IF website you ca»
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Allow me to point you towards perhaps the best-designed website I’ve ever seen. It’s beautiful. Click here. And if that isn’t enough to whet your appetite, try this on for size: there’s easily enough food in the world for everyone to eat, yet 1 in 8 people go hungry each day. All we need to do is share a tiny little bit. You and I may not be able to do much alone, but simply by signing up at the Enough Food for Everyone IF website you ca»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Do you ever feel time is flying by–uncontrollably fast?  That it was just August, and you blinked, and now it’s November?  That’s how I feel!  I think, as a mom, the Fall months are especially susceptible to disappearing before our eyes.  With two kids in high school, one in junior high, and one in elementary school, “normal” life is already full; add on all the extra, unforeseen events–happy or difficult–and somehow the end of»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Jeremiah 31:17  “So there is hope for your descendants,” declares the LORD. “Your children will return to their own land”.Read the story of the prodigal son found in Luke 15:11-32vs. 15-17a He signed on with a citizen there who assigned him to his field to slop the pigs.  He was so hungry he would have eaten the corncobs in the pig slop, but no one would give him any.  That brought him to his senses Ask God to bring the prodigal you a»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
“Is [true fasting] not to share your share your food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter—  and not to turn away from your own flesh and blood?”   Sometimes I wonder what archaeologist and anthropologists would think about our culture if they dug up ruins of 21st century America thousands of years from now. What would they think we value? Who or what would they think we worship?   Big box stores surrounded by fas»
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I am a bit overwhelmed with life, because I’m no superhero. I have six speaking engagements over the next four weeks (and four of them are multisession all-day events). I also took on a couple of new writing clients, which I am thankful for, but which does make my days far busier. And then Les and I start tutoring at our local elementary school next week. So, to ease my burden and yet still get some blog posts out there, for several weeks I am»