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What Kids Really Want for Christmas

I love Christmas, but I didn’t always. Growing up, Christmas meant my dad drank more, my mom fussed more, and my parents fought more. All I wanted was a little of that “peace on earth,” that we sang about in church. (Yes, we went to church.) Sometimes “peace” is all a kid really wants for… Read More

When You Feel You’ve Ceased to Matter

  For over a decade we were joined at the hip. Not a day went by when we didn’t talk on the phone…at least once. But sometimes friendships come unhinged. People change. Perspectives change. Purposes change. Passions change. While nothing went terribly wrong, and no hurtful words were exchanged, the void was vast beyond bridging…. Read More

What You Miss When You Don’t Forgive

One last wish. The longing of a dying mother’s heart. A wish that only one person could have satisfied. But he didn’t. If you’ve read any of my books, you know that my childhood was a cauldron of violent arguments, alcohol induced rage, and physically terrifying fights. As a child I saw things that a… Read More

It’s Not How You Start. It’s How You Finish

I sat by her bed. Her hand swollen…full…unmoving. Feet that danced just a few weeks ago now stilled. Arms that lifted just a short time ago now limp. Words that spilled easily just a moment ago now haulted. How could life seep away so quickly, right before my eyes? Mom was ready. But I wasn’t…. Read More

The Comparison Trap–And How to Escape It

While I am away taking care of my mom, I have invited one of my dear friends, Emily T. Wierenga, to share her heart with you. I read her wonderful book, Atlas Girl, this summer while on vacation. As I read about Emily’s struggles and joys of taking care of her mother who was suffering… Read More