Columnists
Ryan Kraeger

This Light, Momentary Affliction

“For this slight, momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison.” 2 Corinthians 4:17. I never realized until I

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Theresa Williams

Too Anxious to Function

I’m a pretty anxious person – I have the prescription to prove it. I tend to look at the details of a situation and easily

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Family
Megan Twomey

Created to Be You

“So they’re both napping?” asked my husband, incredulous, “Can you nap?” Quiet time has been pretty rare around my house since my eldest abandoned naps

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Family
Julie Machado

The Secret to Prioritizing

I feel like I have finally figured it out. I’ve been getting stressed out about to-do lists for years, but the last year (since I’ve

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Columnists
Siobhan Benitez

A Couch Is NOT a Promise

Not too long ago, my best friend moved in with her boyfriend. It’s a big deal: this is her third long-term, serious relationship, but the

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Life
Amanda Sloan

My Husband Isn’t Trained

My husband isn’t trained to pause his video game and come downstairs to greet me when I get home after a long day. My husband

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Family
Amanda Sloan

Passing On Motherhood

I’ve always loved my mom. It could be that hindsight is 20/20, but I don’t remember my teenage years being awful. My mom and I

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Columnists
Lauren Meyers

Why I Got Married in a Church

I’ve been to some beautiful weddings in some ugly churches. Either the carpet was old, the tabernacle was weird, the lighting was off, or the

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Career
J.R. Baldwin

A Servant’s Heart

Last night, my husband Will and I put our little daughter Grace to bed and had our first moments of alone time… barely, before Will had

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Columnists
Matthew Heinrich

Considerations About the Synod

In light of the many articles and comments arising from the recent Synod on the Family, I would like to offer some thoughts on the

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Columnists
Rachel Zamarron

Synod Psych Up

Much has been said about the Synod on the Family, underway in Rome right now. Ink has been spilled, opinions made, worry and confusion abound.

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Columnists
Megan Twomey

A Living, Changing Love

I remember taking our frozen wedding cake out on our first anniversary, only to discover it was not the same cake we had put in

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