Parents Make Hard Decisions for Their Kids

Parents Make Hard Decisions for Their Kids

We live in a post Easter world. What mercy! I don’t want to imagine being Carly’s mom — being any kind of person, in any kind of role — in a world without Jesus, the cross, the empty tomb. I know that you know what I’m talking about. You don’t have to be the parent of...
Parents Make Hard Decisions for Their Kids

First Fruits and Surprises

Jon and Sylvia Flint have an inspiring and challenging story for us all. They have been faithful prayer partners, cheerleaders, and monthly donors supporting Walk Right In Ministries for many years. Their generous partnership may have started out as simple compassion...
Parents Make Hard Decisions for Their Kids

An Uncomfortable Family Update

Good heavens, this is not how I expected to title my first blog of 2022! Yet, alas, I’m online today for some “real talk” with friends who will “get it.” Our daughter Carly is 23 and has Angelman Syndrome. Her needs are complex and relentless. We have been extremely...
Parents Make Hard Decisions for Their Kids

Building Your Powerhouse

I don’t know about you, but we get weary over here at our house. We’re “Covid weary.” But truth be told, there are ongoing challenges that pre-date the pandemic. Things like quarantine, staffing shortages, and ongoing mysteries about how to ease our daughter’s health...
Parents Make Hard Decisions for Their Kids

What God Accelerates While We Wait

We’re celebrating Carly’s 23rd birthday in 2 weeks. When you have a child with disabilities, birthdays trigger an odd mix of thoughts, emotions, and memories. I find myself experiencing awe and wonder about what God has done in her life and ours for more than two...
Parents Make Hard Decisions for Their Kids

22 Years of Trail Mix

I’m not a trail mix fan. Never have been. I still only tolerate raisins and just started showing enthusiasm for dried fruit a couple of years ago. I prefer my snacks separated into their own bowls. But the last 22 years are a trail mix of emotions and memories for me....