…is feeling disappointed

I decided to ask, “Alexa, play the Focus on the Family podcast” while in the kitchen today as I wanted to take a break from listening to the news, as all of them were talking about Trump being in the hospital due to COVID. Interestingly […]

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First Days

Today marks the first positive case of COVID-19 at our boundary school among a student; this is the 3rd elementary school in our region that has had positive cases. After a special board meeting this evening, the board announced that over 1000 families want to […]

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Gospel Fluency

In my limited exposure to Jeff Vanderstelt and the concept of “gospel fluency” through a 6-part video series on YouTube (on 1.75x speed as I wasn’t too interested in the delivery), two points stood out: preaching the gospel requires practice; and, the way we pray […]

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September.

Here we are, six months later, at the start of the school year. Six months ago, we were at the start of March Break, which effectively became the start of COVID and remote learning for the rest of the school year. Today, we anxiously wait […]

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A Digital Sabbath

“Do you think you can go one day a week for three months without technology?” Me? Without technology? Yeah, right. Nope. I rely on my toaster oven, my refrigerator, my microwave, my Instant Pot! Turns out, if you go further down, the challenge gets more […]

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