Jun 12 By Isaac Livesay
Hello folks! This is Isaac writing to spill the tea on what my family and I are going to be up to this summer! You ready? It is exciting for us. To start things off everyone, including KJ but excluding my Dad, will head to Florida. From there we f...
Jun 3 Story Time: The Joy&Frustration of Cross-Cultural Communication
Lydia - 3 years old Mastiff Marley, quite old at that time Living cross-culturally means that we are entertained half the time - and enraged the other half of the time and the good folks we live among and work with feel the exact same way about us...
Jun 2 The Table
With the recent tragic passing of Rachel Held Evans, my husband Troy and I have been reflecting upon a moment in the last year that moved us both to tears.   We were at a conference that Rachel co-founded with our friend, Sarah Bessey.&n...
May 9 Smaller than a Fart ... Life with Paige
Paige left me with her kids at an insane kids museum- she went and bought and ate a rice-crispie bar so she would not have to share with me or her little minions. But she sent me a photo. Mothers of young children need rice-crispie bars ...
May 7 A Chance To Honor Women & Mothers - Don't Miss It !!
Courage. Love. Sacrifice. From the daily selfless acts of motherhood to stories of women facing incredible challenges, we don’t have to look far to witness these universal characteristics of a mother’s heart. Time and time again, mothers around th...
Mar 22 Slow and Steady Wins the Race
(Picking up where I left off on my recent Instagram/FaceBook post...) Waiting for Ultrasounds The Process of Growth All new endeavors are overwhelming at the beginning. Growing at a slow, but steady pace can help you become well established as you...
Mar 17 Filling the Ocean
Gracie Fòse moun fè sa yo pa vle fè se tankou esye plen lanmè ak wòch Translation:   Forcing people to do what they do not want to do is like trying to fill the ocean with rocks. Meaning :   You can not force people to act against their ...
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