Loving Enough to Teach the Best Way

People are such picky creatures. We love to pick and choose. A little child can fall apart in a moment because little brother got the red straw and she had to take the yellow one. From childhood, we also like to pick and choose about much more important issues. We want to pick which of God’s […]

Loving Enough to Teach the Best Way

People are such picky creatures. We love to pick and choose. A little child can fall apart in a moment because little brother got the red straw and she had to take the yellow one. From childhood, we also like to pick and choose about much more important issues. We want to pick which of God’s […]

A Daddy, a Son, and a Question

My mama and I were at her doctor’s office yesterday for her routine blood work. As we were leaving, a big, burly daddy walked from his vehicle to the glass doors of the office with his little boy. The daddy towered over his son whom I estimate was about four or five years old. Unlike when mamas walk […]

The Wiggly Girl Who Became a World-Renowned Choreographer

England’s Dame Gillian Lynne has enjoyed a 70-plus year career as a dancer, choreographer, director, writer, and more, but she was once a wiggly student whose school sent a note home to her parents saying they thought she had a learning disorder. In an October 4, 2014 National Public Radio interview, Dame Gillian remembered the teachers’ words: “Her attention […]