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War Stories

In my professional life, the sharing of experiences and case studies is called swapping war stories. I work in an industry that involves crisis and emergency management, lending to some very interesting experiences. Sometime, you feel as if you’re the … Continue reading

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Eeyore or Plastic?

I’ve come to dread the question, “How are you all doing?”  I have a feeling many of my fellow foster parents can agree. For me, it starts the internal debate on which answer should I give.  Depending on the day, honesty … Continue reading

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Things I Didn’t Use To Say

My wife has a tough job. I think about this on the days when she goes to work early and I have to get them up, dressed, ready, out the door and on to school. This morning we were running … Continue reading

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Eternal Perspectives

“Set Your mind on things above, not on things on the earth.” -Colossians 3:2 Dad, “My boo-boo, it’s healed. Jesus healed it!!!” Those were the words of Older One after we left church for the second time today. A very busy … Continue reading

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TPR: Passing the Tipping Point

Today was a bittersweet day for us. Our hearts, minds and prayers were on the other side of town with our dear friends who lost their newborn yesterday. These were the people, if you recall, that I asked for prayers … Continue reading

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