Adoption Lament

Adoption1

As adopted ones we learn that everything, even relinquishment, can be redeemed. But amid redemption we remember the lost ones, grieve the injustices and lament the brokenness.

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The Most Terrible Poverty

Someonetotell

  “Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty.”—Mother Teresa   41˚ Fahrenheit.   New Year’s …

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Blessed are the Housekeepers

Housekeeping Appreciation Day 2014

One of the true tests of a good college is how they treat their housekeepers, and certainly a decent indicator of that is how the lowest paid workers fare in contrast to the highest paid administrators.

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Green Christmas Boxes

Shoebox

How could I make my boxes not only fun and useful, but also better for the environment?

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The Garden’s Good News, the Landfill’s Lament

Landfill

Death does not mean the end, the garden proclaims. Death means life.

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Adoption, Once and Always

Adoption

Adoption is, once and always, transforming a fractured world.

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Breaking the Silence in Our Churches: A Mother’s Plea

Family

Our work is to put away the “answers” and end the silence, resting in the truth that God is love.

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