At age fifteen, our son was coping with a huge pile of life changes as he adjusted to our new town. Our new house and neighborhood. A new school. And our new church. Our normally easygoing and agreeable child dug in his heels—hard—when youth group rolled around every...
At the end of a long, humid summer day in Michigan, I felt a cool breeze stir the air as the sun went down. I clipped a leash to my dog’s collar and slid on my shoes for a walk around the neighborhood. Fireflies flashed in the shadows. The streets were empty and...
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