I spend my mornings chasing a rambunctious toddler around the house. Each day is a joy as we eat breakfast, run errands, play, have fun and then eat lunch. By the time I put her down for a nap at 1 PM I am also ready for a nap. But her nap time is my … Continue reading Read More Children’s Books and the World Will Be a Better Place
The world is changing, I feel it in my bones... Okay, maybe things are not that insane. But as I begin my ninth year of campus ministry, I feel old! Yesterday I was playing kickball with some students. One of the guys asked the other, "when was that last time you played kickball?" "Probably like … Continue reading Another Year Begins on Campus…And I Feel Old!
I think my daughter is crazy. She is an eighteen-month-old ball of goofiness and fun. A primary example of her craziness: the way she tries to play with our dog, Skippy. We keep Skippy locked in his little area of the kitchen, which we call his den. It is just safer and easier to keep … Continue reading Junia Tormenting Skippy
That title is actually false - I am no longer in the middle of nowhere. But Emily, Junia, Skippy and I were privileged to spend the first four days this week practically in the middle of nowhere. My aunt and uncle graciously allowed us to use their cabin for a retreat away from the world. … Continue reading Dispatch from the Middle of Nowhere
THON! I danced in THON in 2002 and it was awesome. Adam, a PSU alum, can tell you what THON is. I wish I had written that! My prayers are with all the dancers this weekend! WE ARE... Newsweek had a recent article on the Bible and sex. Get Religion demonstrates what a mess this … Continue reading Recent Reads