In my household, we’ve developed a habit of hollering to each other when we’re in different parts of the house. Inevitably, the..
Teaching our children procedures for avoiding germs has always been part of being a parent. Wash your hands with soap for two..
There are times when the calendar, the Revised Common Lectionary and world events seem to be completely in sync. Usually, though, this..
There is no doubt that the last many months have been challenging. And while the difficulties of the pandemic shouldn’t be ignored..
Fans of the movie “The Princess Bride” will remember Westley and Buttercup’s journey into the fire swamp. The scenes are filled with brushes..
A new school year is around the corner! This year this statement is met with more worry, trepidation and anxiety than in..
A few weeks ago, my 13-year-old son told me he was too busy and needed some down time. I have to admit..
All parents have stories about naming their children. Some demonstrate strong ties to ancestry or culture. Others reflect the values and traits..
When I was younger, I was enamored with choose-your-own-adventure books. Reading was exciting enough but being given the ability to create and..
Over the last few days I have been glued to the internet reading about plans for reopening schools in the fall while..
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