Raising cross-cultural kids: Say the naughty “R” word

Whether in an apartment with kids from a dozen countries, or in the United States in one of the least diverse school districts around, we have made it our intention to raise cross-culturally aware kids.  This month we’ll be posting weekly tips on how to foster cross-cultural and interracial sensitivity in your kids–and your self. [Read More...]

Raising cross-cultural kids: Set the example

Whether in an apartment with kids from a dozen countries, or in the United States in one of the least diverse school districts around, we have made it our intention to raise cross-culturally aware kids.  This month we’ll be posting weekly tips on how to foster cross-cultural and interracial sensitivity in your kids–and your self. [Read More...]

Raising cross-cultural kids: Know thyself

Whether in an apartment with kids from a dozen countries, or in the United States in one of the least diverse school districts around, we have made it our intention to raise cross-culturally aware kids.  This month we’ll be posting weekly tips on how to foster cross-cultural and interracial sensitivity in your kids–and your self. [Read More...]

What I Learned about Millennials at Urbana 12

What are today’s college students like? Adam Jeske had a unique seat, directing social media for Urbana 12. [Read more...]

Raising cross-cultural kids: Be intentional

For the first six years of our daughter’s life and the first five of our son’s, they spent more time in foreign countries than our own.  Their playmates included kids from China, Congo, Zambia, Sudan, Burundi, Germany, and South Africans of three different official races.  That list conjures up glowing pictures of smiley kids speaking [Read More...]

Life doesn’t end with parenting

I used to think life ended with parenting.  Not end like I’d die, just end like the Me who had purpose, direction, career, style, romance, humor, and friends would dissolve into an unrecognizable smear in the parking lot of Babies’R’Us.  Or two burglar characters from a movie I never chose to watch would tie that [Read More...]

Really Good News (Evangelism for Normal People)

“People need to see our hope burn in our bones.” [Read more...]

The Most Sinful Weekend of the Year

The most sinful weekend of the year falls at a surprising time, because of forgotten sins. [Read more...]

Put me in my Playpen

Maybe we don’t need more freedom–maybe we need good limits. [Read more...]

Book Discounts: Last Day!

Buy some gifts, bless some people, save some money. [Read more...]


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