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A few years ago, I heard my kids imitating me to their cousins.  Apparently, my most common ‘mom’ phrase is, “Girls, we are going to turn over a new leaf!”  Which was then energetically followed with a newly revised plan of action for chores, homework, laundry, family devotions, or whatever else was running awry in […]
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For a few short months when my children were young, we took in four sisters whose mother was unable to care for them because of mental illness.  They ranged from 6 years old to 16 years old— remarkable and resilient young girls, though threadbare from years of neglect.  The first night that I tucked in […]
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A few years ago, our small group was sharing our results of a personality assessment and lo and behold, I had what they called a “Triple A”:  highly assertive, highly achieving, and highly ambitious.  At the same time, I was in an intense season of struggle with an auto-immune disease and discernment about all that […]
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