Every time I would see my doctor would ask if there was ANYTHING he could do with my neck. I’ve had a bad relationship with my neck since I was little.
You know how the sermon goes — “Don’t be a check-box Christian.”
One third of young adults 18 to 34 live at home. This is a much higher proportion of stay-at-homes than previous generations.
My father-in-law was a rugged man, a man of duty and honor. He wore Levi jeans and scuffed boots, dirtied from years of chores on the family farm in Iowa. He had no romantic notions about farm life, or about his years as a decorated Army Ranger captain.
Here is an incomplete selection of the ways that you can change your life, for the better, by identifying with this American president’s extraordinary persona
I’ve been thinking a lot about you.
As those of you who know me have already heard, I had a mastectomy of my right breast, four months of chemo, breast reconstruction surgery and five weeks of daily radiation. To be honest, was long and tough.
As we approach Easter, a number of people — Christian Ministers and priests included — have encouraged me to share the backstory of how the content for The Forty Days – A Vision of Christ’s Lost Weeks, came to me.
The world lost one of the greatest psychologists of all time to cancer one week ago.
Life is full of meetings with others — some are blessings and some are hard lessons to be learned and make you stronger.