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The “Perfect” Schedule–and When It Falls Apart

This is the hope of the busy parent, right? I configured the perfect schedule for the family, where all things are not only accomplished, but in balance. Then one thing changed… In the words of U2, I still haven’t found what I’m looking for.
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What Freedom Sounds Like

It’s like the kids’ game, “telephone,” to use a cliché example. If you go by some headlines, tweets, facebook memes and your neighbor’s reaction, you may have missed the truth about the speech given at the end of the Hamilton theater performance, … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Tell My Kids Which Candidate Got My Vote

In recent weeks, my older son has been bombarded by kids in his social circles, kids enthusiastically on the bandwagon for one particular candidate or another. Continue reading

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Dealing with Election Results: What Can I Do to Help Heal the Divide?

My rules for myself, post-election. Continue reading

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Dealing with the Outcome of the Presidential Election: How Can I do My Part to Unite Such a Divided Country?

My 10 rules for myself, post-election
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Does God Want All of His Followers to Cast the Same Vote Tuesday?

Maybe this is not a new thought for you. Maybe I’m late to the party, but at least I got here. Continue reading

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Facebook Etiquette (especially for election season)

During this election year, I know some people who would like to trade Facebook for the Pony Express. Continue reading

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