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Grace and grocery shopping

Grace and grocery shopping

Young moms are thrilled.  You can almost hear the collective sigh of relief across the nation as more and more grocery stores are offering the newest attraction in customer service. It used to be a quarter ride on a mechanical horse. You’d hear young parents as they passed the shiny, plastic animal entering the local… Continue Reading

The good and evil of summer

The good and evil of summer

Today’s the last day of June; the summer we longed for is a blast – swimming, friends, no alarm mornings, relaxed routines….ahhhhhh, summer!  And if we’re honest, summer is already a struggle, too.   Maybe we liked some things about routine after all.   How do I keep my sanity and get my children to… Continue Reading

Education with new DNA

Education with new DNA

What if there’s more hope than we realize? What if there’s more hope to share than we realize? What if this hope changes everything – including education? I remember clearly the day the world changed for me.  It was almost as if I saw color in the world for the first time – instead of… Continue Reading

362 days later…pardon our dust

362 days later…pardon our dust

We’re remodeling.  It’s been almost a year since we followed God into the virtual world and began sharing ideas about living in grace on our website – brand new on June 2, 2016. Since then we’ve learned:  The virtual world is big… and has pirates (called “bots”)… and offers relationships all over the world… and… Continue Reading

Making Adolescence History

Making Adolescence History

What if?  What if we could make adolescence a chapter in the history books – not the disorder of future generations? What if “adolescence free” helped create an “anxiety free,” “learning disability free,” and “bully free” world? What if an “adolescence free” generation writes the last sentence in the sex-trafficking chapter in world history? Understanding… Continue Reading