My life as a mother of one. And trying to survive it.
DUIs, Deaths & Despair —Are Moms Calling Out for Help?
Lately, I’ve had a growing concern for moms. Not in the how-can-we-manage-our-over scheduled-kids kind of way. But I’ve been deeply worried about us as women.
Wake Up Call!
Everyone is fretting about the economy! That means everyone! Having just returned from an eight week speaking tour which included Los Angeles, Saskatoon, Canada, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, Bali, Singapore, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur we have realized that not only are families the same in their worries about discipline, teaching responsibility and setting up a family infrastructure, but they are also all worried about the global economy!
Six Things Cancer Patients Have Taught Me
As a graduate student pursuing a degree in theology twelve years ago, I took a course called Systematic Theology--by far my toughest class--by a brilliant professor who was dying of bone marrow cancer. No one knew she was dying. She kept her diagnosis to herself and, as best as she could, covering up her chemotherapy and radiation treatments.