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Like many couples in full-time ministry, we spent the bulk of our 30’s completely maxed out.  Alex was leading a care team for 400 missionaries; I was overseeing a women’s leadership initiative for our organization.  He traveled.  I traveled.  We had three small kids, led a home church, participated in small group Bible studies, drove […]
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A weird thing happened around the age of 45, I suddenly felt old.  Mostly I found it surfacing when it came to my teenage daughters.  While I was thoroughly captivated watching my oldest daughter, a visionary like myself, bounding with ideas and enthusiasm, but I also felt strangely sad.  It took real effort not to […]
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Life is really just a series of stages of development.  From the compact season of childhood where a stage may last just a few weeks or months to the the latter stages of life where a stage may last a decade – we are constantly changing – our bodies, our understanding of the world, our […]
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