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Saving money saved our family, but I refuse to let it become an idol. A friend glances down at my trendy, chunky white floral necklace and gushes over how much she loves it. Without even thinking, I immediately spit out how much—or rather how little—I spent on it. Saving money is my [...]
Fri, Feb 27, 2015
Women
In a nation still plagued with injustice, we remember history so we can move forward. Black History Month, held each February, is a consecrated time on America's calendar when we honor the sacrifices of our ancestors: the tireless efforts of women's rights activists like Sojourner Truth, abolitionists like Frederick Douglass, thought [...]
Thu, Feb 26, 2015
Women
A more public discussion of abortion stories can lead the way to healing. When Jackie sent an email to her church asking about its post-abortion recovery group, she used an alias and created a new account to hide her identity. Even now, 11 years after her abortion, and after sharing her [...]
Wed, Feb 25, 2015
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How to find the downtime you never realized you had. What started as sniffles turned into a full-blown, wear-your-bathrobe-all-day cold. Nonetheless, I knew I would have no break from childcare, housework, or client demands. My husband pitched in more than usual, and I allowed the kids extra TV time. Otherwise, I [...]
Tue, Feb 24, 2015
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How Christians can respond to microaggressions. They are small, almost invisible. They are being spotted on college campuses from UCLA to the University of Michigan to Fordham to Columbia. They are as elusive and questionable, so tiny yet so destructive. They are called microaggressions: the slight remarks, subtle innuendos, insults, and [...]
Mon, Feb 23, 2015
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The mom of a Muslim convert reflects on our impulse to assume the worst. The ride was a Toyota Corolla. A bit battered. A bit suspect. My husband Dan's danger antenna flashed red. He furrowed his brow. “Why's that car parked in front of our house?” I wasn't fazed. “What car?” “That [...]
Fri, Feb 20, 2015
Women
For separated families, Lunar New Year reunions mean more than ever. Think of it as the Chinese version of Christmas. Lunar New Year—celebrated today, February 19—is the one holiday when everyone in China returns home to be with family, exchange gifts, and eat as much as they can. But this simple [...]
Thu, Feb 19, 2015
Women
How companies appeal to family values and female empowerment. In the late 1940s, Earl Tupper had a problem. He'd invented a storage product that could revolutionize the American kitchen—if only housewives could be convinced to use it. Enter Brownie Wise, a divorced single mother, who instantly saw the potential of [...]
Wed, Feb 18, 2015
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What 'Parks and Rec' teaches us about loving people and place. A couple of months ago, burdened by ISIS violence, Ferguson, Ebola outbreaks, and Nigeria kidnappings, I walked a few blocks over to attend a neighborhood association meeting. It felt uncomfortably quaint, trivial compared to the horrendous news that week. An elderly [...]
Tue, Feb 17, 2015
Women
The practical struggle and spiritual lessons of living an unpredictable life. Slate recently profiled a military family as a part of its career series Best Laid Plans. The article followed the unpredictable journey of an Air Force major, a software engineer-turned-stay-at-home dad, and their two young kids. After a decade of service, [...]
Mon, Feb 16, 2015
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