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A new way of ministering to stay-at-home moms

When a friend posted a Slate article titled “Why Are Stay-At-Home Mothers More Depressed?”, another friend simply commented: “Captain Obvious.” Indeed, it was to me too. Those of us who’ve been stay-at-home moms or spent any time around stay-at-home moms don’t need a Gallup study to tell us why a…  [more]

Invisible Children and informed giving

Over the past week, there has been controversy related to the nonprofit Invisible Children and the war criminal Joseph Kony. In short, questions have been raised about Invisible Children’s simplifying the narrative surrounding Kony and their goals in “stopping him.” How can Christians be sure they’re affecting positive change in…  [more]

Giving up excess for Lent (and hopefully longer)

I’ve gradually been giving up excess. Over the last few months my husband and I have gotten rid of half our stuff. Lent seems like a good time to go the rest of the way with the process. We recently downsized from our 2,100-square-foot house in a suburban community outside…  [more]

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