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Out of Bondage, Into Freedom

God called me out of bondage into freedom in the moment my first child was born: I was twenty three, fundamentally unchurched, reasonably content in my liberal, secular-humanist worldview, when God took advantage of my hormone-logged postpartum daze and hit … Continue reading

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Friday Favorites: having my daughters live close to home

My husband and I are recently Empty Nesters.  We haven’t really gotten into the swing of it yet.  Many parents have to go cold turkey—they take their offspring to the airport, train station, or campus, then there’s a hug and … Continue reading

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Friday Favorites: My Marriage

For my new adventures in blogging, I have decided that Fridays are Friday Favorites.  So whenever caught blogging on a Friday, my prompt will be to write about one of my favorite things (cue strings from the Sound of Music). … Continue reading

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