Monthly Archives: April 2016

Hiding from God?

Today’s question comes from Stevie.  She writes: “Today I watched an interview with Father Richard Rohr, whom I know you read and respect. He said, ‘Religion can be the best of things and the worst of things. It can be … Continue reading

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Achieving Respect in Households

Today’s question comes from Cheri.  She writes? “Suggestions for directing/redirecting teens and young adults who need to follow household rule and my family values at least while they are in my home? Swearing for example is not allowed in my … Continue reading

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Raising Children in a Religiously Pluralistic World/Home

Today’s question comes from Beverly. She asks a great question that many families are wrestling with these days. Here is her question. “Some of us in my group were recently talking about how to raise kids in a family with … Continue reading

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What’s On Your Mind?

It’s been several weeks since I’ve heard from you.  I’m wondering what questions are you wrestling with that you’d like to invite others to consider as well … Hope to hear from you soon!

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