A Tool To Disciple our Kids in Reading and Studying God’s Word

Aqui esta el articulo en español, traducido y leido por mi Many (many!) years ago, I learned to read. And as soon as I did, my dear parents gifted me a Bible, a Reina Valera 1960 edition (in Spanish). I still remember the excitement and wonder I felt, holding that book. I felt so grown … Continue reading A Tool To Disciple our Kids in Reading and Studying God’s Word

On FIFA & Hebrews: some thoughts on not losing heart

Photo by Jimmy Conover on Unsplash It is day 34 of lockdown/curfew and oh friends, I am TIRED. My guess is most of you are too. And maybe, if you are like me, you know there are some really hard things that will not change after all this is over. That thought – the thought that life won’t … Continue reading On FIFA & Hebrews: some thoughts on not losing heart

Do-It-Yourself Reading challenge (and a few tips to improve your reading life)

(Más abajo hay un audio con este blog en español en caso de que no puedas leer en inglés). I have loved reading ever since I am a little girl. Books are my favorite gift to receive and to give away. But I have found that my reading life has had ebbs and flows through … Continue reading Do-It-Yourself Reading challenge (and a few tips to improve your reading life)

In which I introduce you to loneliness’ friends, and how I get them to leave

Loneliness always brings along a few friends. I would know. The first time I remember encountering Loneliness  I was 20. I had left my home in the Dominican Republic to go to university in the US.  Those first months were especially hard: I didn’t live on campus but a 20 minute drive away. I couldn't … Continue reading In which I introduce you to loneliness’ friends, and how I get them to leave