November is National Adoption Month. I think the best way to understand adoption is to hear the stories. To see the faces and know the names and feel the heartbeat of people all around us who have caught a glimpse of the glow. My beautiful friend Natalie has an equally beautiful heart, and I’ve asked […]Read More my friend natalie
Technology has a way of sneaking up and becoming a permanent fixture in my daily routine. I work from home, so my laptop is constantly around, with emails not-so-patiently waiting to be checked and documents longingly waiting to be tackled. I’m a member of Team iPhone, which means I have Twitter, Facebook, Huffington Post, Tumblr, […]Read More trouble sleeping? try a book. (here are my picks.)
When I think about the racial make-up of my own family, I am reminded that it is an affirmation that the gospel is true, not because racial distinctives can or should disappear, but because they can be embraced and celebrated at the same table when we remember that we are one family—the family of God. […]Read More
to be orphaned + enslaved.Read More to be orphaned + enslaved.