Along with several family members, Josh and I took the kids to see a holiday children’s play on Friday night. Linnea sat between me and Josh, perched atop a booster seat in a red Santa-inspired velvet dress that her great-grandmother had bought for her. As the production started, I stole a glance at her sweet . . . → Read More: Weekend Moments with a Preschooler
Jordan Holm doesn’t dwell on the question most people would obsess over if wrongly convicted: “Why me?” Anytime he feels down, he compares himself to people who have suffered worse injustices—some in the news, others in the Bible. “Why do we even bother to make sense of things?” he asked. “You just try to become . . . → Read More: Talking Truth with Jordan Holm, Part 3
I am a proud feminist. I relished the opportunity to spend two years earning a graduate degree at an east coast women’s college, and I spent several years of my life coaching and teaching young women. I am frustrated by the inequities women still face in 2010, and I am angered by the number of . . . → Read More: Was Justice Really Served?