Loving our marginalized brothers and sisters as the Savior loved

After spending 19 years as a prisoner, Jean Valjean, one of the lead characters in Victor Hugo’s novel Les Miserables, is released from jail. “Exhausted by a long voyage and dying of hunger and thirst, he arrives in a small town seeking a place to find food and shelter for the night. When the news... Continue Reading →

2018 started with more fizzle than sizzle

I don't know about you, but 2018 has hit me like a Mack truck. We had a pretty great Christmas season, where we focused on #LightTheWorld, and spent quality time with family. And then 2018 rolled around ... ... and I got a cold (I know no one is a fan of getting sick but I'm... Continue Reading →

Put your oxygen mask on first

My great-grandma Jessie cared for her sister, my great-aunt Elsie, who was bed-ridden for many years. I remember watching her as a little girl, feeding her, turning her, reading to her, brushing her hair. I recognized it was a great deal of work all those many years ago. But probably not to the extent I... Continue Reading →

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