Finding Our Way Home

I once had a fleet of Air Force servicemen and women point their guns at me. A junior in college at the time, my friends Michael and Alyssa and I had gone to hear a show at a local coffee shop one Saturday night. We packed into my white Chevy Luv, its single row barely […]

I Love my Dad, but Father’s Day was Hard

When I was growing up, my dad was a mental health counselor who ran miles and miles every week and had his own home gym. His happy place was puttering around home depot, where he would inevitably come home with new plants and supplies for his endless gardening projects. Our place was pretty much a Better […]

What Would Jesus Vote?

Last summer I moved back to the UK with my little family, eight years after I left for an internship in Brussels. In those eight years, I lived in two capital cities, got married, had two children, and made friends from so many countries it’s impossible to keep count. One of the unexpected bonuses of […]

Forgiving Myself for Being Late to the Game

by Shae Jassmann Sisters, I have a confession: For much of my life, I have not been on our side. I am guilty of sexism against my own sex so much so that I have been heard saying things like, “I think some women are great in management but I would prefer a man as […]

Will God Show Me a Better Way?

I never was one for maps. My stepdad always liked to sprawl those intricate roadmaps that fold eight ways (and you need eight people to hold) across his lap and study them for hours. I couldn’t even figure out how to properly fold them back up again. Thank goodness for Google and satnavs. I have, […]