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My friend E-Jay Morris recently asked the following interesting questions. How many people telling me what Jesus would do want to extend their love to Jared Fogle? Or Dylann Roof? Or Kim Davis? How many of you, on September 11, 2001, said, “I think I’ll pray for our attackers,” as you watched the towers crash? […]

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I saw an intriguing question on Facebook posted by my sister Cindy, who’s literally a scientist if that matters. Well, what definitely matters is extremely early in her scientist-ing she quit working for big drug companies to take a significant pay cut and teach in public high schools. She teaches kids of all levels, but […]

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Recently, I’ve seen a number of posts poking fun at stay at home parents who are “too busy” or “don’t have time” to make Pinterest crafts or do meal planning or even return phone calls. As a stay at home mom of three young children, I know I’m guilty of “not having time” far too […]

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I just created the #InItTogether category. Why? This slightly paraphrased quote from a mostly forgotten reverend is the reason: Be kind; everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle. That’s it. That’s the reason. 🙂 The quote, while often falsely attributed to Plato, is actually from Rev. John Watson, who wrote under the pen name […]

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When I’m Holding My Daughter by Scott Hughes, author of the short book Achieve Your Dreams My daughter just turned 3 last month. I swear she’s just the cutest thing ever. Pretty much every morning she comes in—apparently after patiently waiting for the sun to just barely start rising—and she says, “Daddy, I want snuggle […]

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