Tag Archives: Orphans

Stop questioning the coach and get in the game! {just a tip from a coach’s wife}

I need you to trust me. I have heard these words many times the last few weeks. From my husband, as parents and players question his coaching decisions.  Fathers and mothers find themselves free to offer guidance to the coach … Continue reading

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Choose joy

It has been a while since I have last sat at the computer to post to the blog.  I apologize for my delay; however, I cannot say I am sorry for the reasons I have been away. God has been … Continue reading

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All they really want for Christmas…

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Wherever you are, be all there

As I put the final touches on my trip preparation, I am faced with all sorts of uncertainties.  At the last minute, my boys have some issues which need a mother’s touch.  And I want it to be my touch. This hasn’t … Continue reading

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Guatemalan Gift of Grace

I wrestle with grace.  I resist the acceptance of something freely given.  My chief obstacle in swallowing grace is myself.  Pride.  The need for control.  The desire for the credit.  Do I hear an “amen”? In Greek, “grace” is translated Charis.  Charis means favor, … Continue reading

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The Next Chapter

I found out, very unexpectedly, this will be my last week working with the Foster Care Agency.  They are having to cut costs, and I was another cut.  So, after 17 years of working with foster children and foster parents in some … Continue reading

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