Category: Reflections

It’s Time To Get Uncomfortable

Yes, it is uncomfortable and it is against human nature to be uncomfortable. We don't like feeling uneasy and unsure about our past, present, and future. But the harsh truth is that we are long past overdue for an honest conversation about race and the role that the history...

The Difference a Year Makes

I have no idea what this coming school year holds. I don't know how long I will be teaching in person, if or when we will be forced online, and I don't know what school is going to look like for my own kids. I'm scared and apprehensive and...

We Need to Redefine Success

For us, success means that our kids are happy, healthy, and that they are doing something that they love. I want them to be world changers. I want them do see success as offering something back to those around them instead of just taking every opportunity that is offered...

Raising Forgiven Sinners, Good Humans

I want my kids to see morality as following Jesus's example and not just acting as perfectly as possible. I want my kids to embrace the idea of "good trouble" and understand that doing the right thing isn't always considered the socially appropriate thing. I don't want them to...

COVID’s Blow to the Cult of Busyness

COVID-19 didn't break us, it showed us what was broken. We were so busy pretending that everything was ok and that we loved the rat race that we didn't stop to consider what it was doing to our bodies and souls. And then everything stopped and suddenly we had...