Dear Beautiful Human Beings in the LGBT Community, I am at a loss as to how to begin. I have written and rewritten this in my head dozens of times since Sunday morning when we woke up to hear that over one hundred members of your community were slain and slaughtered. One hundred beautiful fellow human beings. I’ve wrestled and wept and prayed and questioned whether I had the right to even write this at all, and I truly don’t… Read more »

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Preface: I want to reiterate (again) that I am a huge ginormous proponent of adoption. It is messy, yes. But it is beautiful. It is redemption. And I also want to be clear that not all adopted children exhibit behaviors that are troublesome or traumatizing. Many are well adjusted, happy individuals. They are surviving and thriving. (Thus no one is writing about them.) And I’m thankful that some of those individuals live in my home and share my last name… Read more »

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Dear Readers, The following is a repost from an entry several months ago. It is a post I personally revisit often. And with the holiday season upon us in full swing, I feel compelled to share it again with you. So many of us find this season to be especially difficult. Maybe a loved one has passed away. Maybe a child has wandered astray. Maybe your husband can’t find work. Maybe your children are driving you berzerk. Maybe I just… Read more »

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UPDATE: On March 26, 2014, sources announced that World Vision is REVERSING its decision to employ those who are gay. While this makes me incredibly sad beyond words and literally sick to my stomach because of the mixed message we Christians are sending to the world, it does NOT change our charge as followers of Jesus to LOVE all. In fact, it only reinforces the message of this entire blog post. And now that the naysayers (i.e. bullies) seem to… Read more »

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