Ten

Sophomore year is tough.  For Joe it was crushing.  He was deflated, lonely, tired.  Training the next class, and the academic load put huge strains on him.  Without Nicole, he was irritable and unfocused.  He was hardly the guy he was supposed to be.  He was a lost puppy.  Struggling through the year, he missed… Continue reading Ten

The Orphanage, a Mother, and Me

I recently read about a tweet that went viral.  The mother was pictured in the crib with her baby sleeping because the baby was crying.  After the baby was born, the parents went to a worship concert, and the performer talked about a visit to an orphanage in Uganda.  The odd thing about this orphanage… Continue reading The Orphanage, a Mother, and Me