Month: February 2016

Good Hate

“What did Dad give you that for?” my son asked when I pulled out a bright yellow circular sander from a beautifully wrapped box. “I asked for it!” Bewilderment drew his brows together into one of those “looks,” his blue eyes questioned. I used to give the look to my children, now they give it […]

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The Big Red Elephant in the Room

“It’s not gonna turn out good for you,” Phil tells the young man and his lovely wife sitting close together on our couch. Their lives are about to tumble like clothes in a dryer. Packing and goodbyes fill each remaining day. But Phil’s prediction had nothing to do with the anticipated step into missions, nor […]

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