Tag Archives: religion

Who’s Got Your Kids

Once I was visibly pregnant, many assumed I was leaving my restaurant to stay at home with my kids. It felt like I had two choices: abandon my family to pursue my career or stay at home to be a … Continue reading

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Dig Deeper

Have you ever considered the difference between religion and spirituality? This month may you engage in an internal conversation about the topic- and conclude that a deeper relationship with the divine is needed in your life. Seek answers wherever you … Continue reading

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Roe v. Wade: Choices and Freedom

When I became pregnant, I knew it was an enormous responsibility that I chose with eyes wide open. Today, our adult children are our greatest sources of pride. Much of this stems from the fact that I had choices about … Continue reading

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Gentle Influence

What kind of expectations do you have of the people in your life—at home and at work? Think about the influence you might have on others. How can you reflect more of the character of Jesus? What God does for … Continue reading

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Faithful Husband

I often read your column aloud to my disabled wife, who is terminally ill with a relatively rare frontotemporal dementia. She is nearing the final stage of the disease. We are fortunate to have a great many friends and family … Continue reading

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