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A Sweet Lesson My Daughter Taught Me Amid Coronavirus Panic

It’s Been a Little Crazy! Yesterday was such a crazy Coronavirus day! The stock market crashed, NBA and NCAA games cancelled, travel began being limited, church was cancelled, and for goodness sakes Disneyland is actually closing temporarily. There was even a run on our local grocery store which experienced the “bare shelves” phenomenon. My family…

7 Lessons from the Opioid Addiction of a Loved One

*Taken from an interview of Andrea Jean Sorensen by Tamara K. Anderson on the podcast Stories of Hope in Hard Times. What would you say to a mother who is finally sober from drugs if you knew you would never talk to the “real” her again? Andrea Jean Sorensen found herself in this very situation not very many…

9 Life Lessons I Learned from Richard Paul Evans

9 Life Lessons I Learned from Richard Paul Evans Confession: For most of my life I did not know who Richard Paul Evans was. I recognized his name as a famous author, but I hadn’t read any of his books. That all changed one day about five years ago. My fifth-grade son loved writing little…

9 Quiet, Non-Electronic Activities That My Son With Autism Enjoys

Through the years we have had to entertain Nathan with many different things to get through church, concerts, performances, sporting events, etc. Nathan’s favorite diversion will probably always be his iPad, but we cannot give it to him constantly and so have had to make and find things that will help him stay entertained. So…