Monthly Archives: November 2013

Being Thankful

As I sit here and ponder on Thanksgiving’s past, I am thankful for all I have. I know their were times that I didn’t have a lot but was still thankful for what I had. So I sit here thinking … Continue reading

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Foster Care vs Family Preservation

The Track Record on Safety and Well-being At the heart of the criticism of family preservation is one overriding assumption: If you remove a child from the home, the child will be safe. If you leave a child at home … Continue reading

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With Permission

Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
           One hundred and fifty years ago, on November 19, 1863, Abraham Lincoln delivered his now famous Gettysburg Address, a document remarkable not just because it’s so eloquent, but also…

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But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me…

A few years ago I introduced you to Terrell Peterson, a child who in his short lifetime was abused and eventually beaten to death by his parents. A child never to be an unruly child, but a child who was … Continue reading

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