I needed a shift away from what I saw as my children doing wrong -- all the time -- and toward seeing them do good
While I was making meatloaf, my 13-year-old was showing himself to be both a casual hero and a theologian
Sure, I accomplish everything I think we have to do as a family to prepare for Christmas, but are we better off?
There's plenty of ugly around, but also chances to see God's majesty in picture form
Reading "The Death of Ivan Ilyich" made me realize how often I chase after trivial things, rather than leading an "authentic" life
I knew deep in my bones that this was a different kind of good-bye...
Yes, there will be hard times; I’ve already tasted a few. But watching my children grow into adults is not going to be only heartache.
A self-diagnosed anxious parent on how to stay sane
The parenting trickle-down effect: Generosity modeled is generosity imitated
If God allowed my child to die — after I begged Him not to — how would I recover?