A warning to the grieving

I've met hundreds of bereaved parents on this journey of child loss. It takes less than ten minutes after meeting them to recognize whether healing has happened or is happening. Words of grief spill out during conversation, but it is the words of bitterness and unforgiveness that differentiate and reveal those headed toward the path... Continue Reading →

Meeting needs, special needs, and mental health in isolation

I've been sitting here at the keyboard for a while, motionless, just trying to put jumbled thoughts into coherent words. For the past 12 months, the 8 of us have been learning how to work, school, and thrive in isolation at home. The challenges, and joys, of being together 24/7 are difficult to put into... Continue Reading →

When scripture hurts

"For He will give His angels orders concerning you, To protect you in all your ways." - Psalm 91:11 It's certain verses like these that pinch my heart, make me question, wonder if God's word is true. Pain, the grief of losing my mom and son, screams at verses like these. Where was their protection? Where... Continue Reading →

Too many voices

I've spent a good many months arm wrestling with the keyboard, contemplating the purpose of sharing my thoughts on a blog, trying to figure out if writing is really what I want. Should I ditch this whole thing? What's the point? Why does it matter? We live in a world obsessed with the desire to... Continue Reading →

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