A fallen tree, no power and two really hyped up little boys, what better way to start your very first foster care placement.
My 13 year old has been watching the events of our nation closely these past few weeks. He asked to share some thoughts. Here they are in his words.
In high school, I was talking a walk near the intersection of Maynard and Wicklow in my hometown. It's the neighborhood where I grew up with pine trees, beautiful azaleas and modest middle class homes from the mid-70s. But yet, in my very tony suburb, this was considered the poor area part town. But it … Continue reading Thoughts From a Walk and a Time of Lament
One of my wisest, closest friends wrote this blog: Frog in the Kettle ‹ The Wading Pool. It's one of the deepest reflections of modern Christian faith that I've read in a long time. And, I'm not just saying that because he paid me to share it. 🙂 (ok- he didn't). Each time I read … Continue reading From “The Wading Pool” Frog in the Kettle
This series is about life within our new global community, Covid-ville. As our world universally moves into shelters and sanctuaries to fend off this vicious disease, here are some stories from our bubble as we navigate this time with a perspective on mental health, adoption, foster care and family life. Sometime around 3:30 p.m., I … Continue reading Dispatches from Covid-ville: Sunday is Coming