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Woodlawn Refugee Ministry

Last year at this time, I went to church each Sunday and instead of going into my designated Sunday school class, I sat at a small, glass table near the coffee area with one Burundian refugee, Benjamin. He wanted to … Continue reading

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Welcome To My World

You may have noticed that I am an infrequent blogger. I have a lot I would like to say, but most of my thoughts remain hidden from cyberspace. I have always believed that if I am going to do something, … Continue reading

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Do You Want To Review My Book?

On Tuesday, May 31, my Ebook “Refugee Resettlement: On The Frontlines: Christian Compassion Meets Rugged Reality” will be published to Amazon. I am looking for a few folks who would like to review my book for free in exchange for … Continue reading

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Upcoming Ebook About Refugee Resettlement

I am in the beginning stages of writing an ebook titled, ‘Refugee Resettlement: On The Frontlines.’ Some of the topics that will be covered are: My convictions as a Christian in helping ‘the stranger’ Personal experiences as a volunteer with … Continue reading

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Ramblings About Injustice, Compassion And Peace

Life is a journey. There are different paths and changing seasons, but one thing is certain: There is an end in sight. Some days I want this journey to continue for a long time so that  I can see my … Continue reading

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Life At A Christian Camp

I live at a Christian Camp with my husband and our 6 children. We have lived at a Christian Camp for 7 years (6 years at Jenness Park in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California and now a little over a … Continue reading

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When You Can’t Pull Yourself Up By Your Bootstraps

Life comes in seasons. Seasons of ease and happiness. Seasons of pain. And sometimes they can be mixed-up together so that the tears are a perfect combination of grief and joy. The year 2010 was one of those mixed-up seasons … Continue reading

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