Life in the Fasting Lane

Car rides are hard with ten children. There is almost always a mess. There is almost always a disagreement about seating arrangements, and fights in

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Letter to Parents About Baptism

Dear Parents Who Haven’t Baptized Their Children, I’ve been speaking to your parent/grandparent/relative/friend over the past few weeks in the lead up to, and at,

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Prudential Leadership

Sally is a blue chip recruit from one of the best business schools in the U.S.  She has been married for two years and recently

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Making Life an Uphill Battle

As I get closer to my fifth decade of life (yikes!), I recognize the value of observing the impact of behaviors and choices people make

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A Mother\’s Legacy

Many years ago I received a book from my in-laws as a present for Mother’s day. It was a diary of sorts for me to

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Maybe It Does Take a Village.

I’ve been paging through Hillary Clinton’s It Takes a Village, and, to my surprise, agreeing with much of it. I’ve heard so many of my

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Prelude to Love

I have one teen-aged daughter who would love to be a cynic, but is wise enough to know she shouldn\’t be. Occasionally though, she has

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