Monthly Archives: August 2015

Evaluate Your Emotions

They are tricky. And they can be trouble. Often, they spring up from our triggered trauma. For example, let’s say (hypothetically) your husband says something about your blog. He might mean it innocently, even positively. But (hypothetically) you hear it … Continue reading

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Endure Isolation and Suffering

Ever feel isolated and in anguish?  When I lived in Japan and Pakistan I was quite isolated.  The language barrier and my geographical distance from friends and family made emotionally hard times harder.  Perhaps more painful, though, is the isolation … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry

The semester is fast approaching and I am focused on family and ministry.  I am also recovering from a surgery on my nose.  There are not enough hours in the day to get all that needs to be accomplished done. … Continue reading

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