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A Journey Through Marriage with Pornography & Sexual Addiction

By the end of their first year of marriage, he had met three different women from the Internet, and was sexually addicted. She was caught in a never-ending mind game trying to figure out what was wrong with her. Then, it all fell apart. read more


The Mess Means People Live Here

I’m surrounded by evidence that I have four children. In my house. My car. My garage. Even on my stained clothes. Depending on the day, my inner pendulum swings between embracing the mess and resenting every crumb-maker in my family. read more


The Hurry Makes Us Hurt

Ann Voskamp must have been reading my journal when she wrote, "The hurry makes us hurt" in her book, One Thousand Gifts. Voskamp is right. Hurry hurts. Hurry betrays us every time. Hurry is the alarm that interrupts our rest. Hurry is the thief that steals our joy. read more


Noticing the Man In Front of Me

In between emails I glanced up from my screen and caught sight of my husband in full conversation on the phone across the table from me. His halfsie reading glasses on, gray around the temples. An aged version of the young man I fell in love with nearly twenty years ago. read more


Goodness in the Hurry

I’ll be honest; sometimes I’m just in way too much of a hurry trying to manage a two year old and four year old to bother with the positive comments. In fact, if I’m really honest, I’m often in too much of a hurry and too stressed to even stop and notice the goodness in my children. read more