Special Treat: What I Learn from my Daughter about Heaven and the Theology of Butter

I’m over at Amy Julia Becker’s Christianity Today blog discussing one of the things I continue to learn from my daughter. My daughter loves condiments. She squeezes massive amounts of ketchup on her fries or grits—yes, grits! She pours mountains of syrup on her pancakes. Yet, none of those indulgences compare to her love ofContinue reading “Special Treat: What I Learn from my Daughter about Heaven and the Theology of Butter”

Coffee Talk: Why I Don’t Want My Child to be “Colorblind”

“I don’t see color.” I cringe inside every time I hear these words. In most instances, people utter them in an attempt to let me and all who are listening know that they are not racist or that they value people regardless of their race. But the statement itself devalues me as a person ofContinue reading “Coffee Talk: Why I Don’t Want My Child to be “Colorblind””

#Justice: Could Your Daughter be Trafficked?

I found the following article as a follow-up to Tuesday’s post. Consider the horrifying question: Could your Daughter Be Trafficked? Samantha woke up in a pool of blood and reached back to feel the gash in her head. I’ve got to get out of here. He’s going to kill me. Her thoughts drifted back to howContinue reading “#Justice: Could Your Daughter be Trafficked?”