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You Don’t Work, Right?

You Don’t Work, Right?

“And you don’t work, right Laura?” Someone asked me this immediately after talking with my husband about his job. Chris is the vice-president of supply chain for the U.S. division of a large global company. His work impacts lots of people, things, and money. The only...

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Pro-Life?

Pro-Life?

Dear Pro-Life Christian, Although we are and should be grateful for the Supreme Court’s decision today, we should also feel convicted and challenged. To call ourselves pro-life Christians’ is to be, after all, pro-all-lives. Being pro-life isn’t only protecting the...

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Iron Your Own Shirt

Iron Your Own Shirt

It wasn’t that I didn’t want to iron my husband’s shirt this morning, but I had so much to do (I also think scrubbing three toilets is much easier than ironing one dress shirt). I also knew Chris had buffered time in his morning to iron it himself. He’s done that, and...

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Crossing Things Out in my Bible

Crossing Things Out in my Bible

I woke up today and thought, “It’s D-Day,” then slapped myself in the head. I’m finalizing a book I’ve been working on for two years, but clearly, Jesus going to the cross should have been my first thought on this Good Friday. I've been praying all week for the Lord’s...

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An Embarrassing College Memory

An Embarrassing College Memory

Discipling young women is one of my biggest joys and challenges. I love their honesty, perspective, and humor, but it’s been a long time since I was in high school or college. Sometimes I get frustrated relating to and understanding the choices and decisions young...

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