Category Archives: difficult people

When Mercy Meets Mean






Early this am I had such a meaningful time in the Word & was brought low and overjoyed at the same time. Then in a New York minute, two short and ugly confrontations happened back to back that made me … Continue reading




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The Death of me






I’d had it up to here with all three of my teens. I’m not sure exactly where “here” is, but I was ready to take a taxi someplace else. The negative thoughts my brain was racking up were hitting record … Continue reading




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Grin and Bear Them? Loving Difficult People






I posted this on my FB writer & speaker page, as well as my Twitter today: “Grin & bear it.” That’s the advice some give about loving the difficult people in our lives. But Biblical love is a fruit of … Continue reading




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