A Seat at the Table – My Response to a Pastor on Trumps Evangelical Advisory Council

Last month, a number of people I know were sharing a link to an article written by a member of President Trump’s Evangelical advisory council, about why the author was not resigning from the committee. Like many others, I clicked the link – not only because I wanted to read what he had to say, but … Continue reading A Seat at the Table – My Response to a Pastor on Trumps Evangelical Advisory Council

Following God, Even When it Hurts Like Hell — A Post on SheLoves Magazine

I am thrilled and grateful to share my essay, “Following God, Even When it Hurts Like Hell,” over at SheLoves Magazine. ◊ I followed where I believed God told me to go. As I went, I experienced interrogation, expulsion, harassment, loss, and war. I dug in, I sacrificed, I kept going back, I kept letting people into my … Continue reading Following God, Even When it Hurts Like Hell — A Post on SheLoves Magazine

My Husband is an Immigrant (And he has been thoroughly vetted to be here.)

Can we talk about what the green card process actually entails? There is so much talk these days about immigration. It is a touchy subject for many (myself included), but immigration law and processes are so complex and convoluted, few people can speak to the facts about the complexities of it. My British husband received … Continue reading My Husband is an Immigrant (And he has been thoroughly vetted to be here.)