i had a fabulous time (as always) chopping it up with cindy wang brandt on her brand new podcast and upcoming booking, Parenting Forward. cindy’s joy and curiosity and commitment
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“[BETTER: Waking Up to Who We Could Be] is a book that really needs to be read and savored, so that stories can be reimagined and retold. “As a white
“There arose a king… who knew not Joseph [or his family].” Exodus 1 I It had happened so many times before. Circumstances had arisen that compelled a father to take
i’ve been silently grieved by all that has been expressed by #metoo over the past few days. as a male friend of mine posted, “I already knew but the avalanche
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In BETTER: Waking Up to Who We Could Be, Melvin explores 8 intuitions of beloved community that arise for him out of the judeo-christian story tradition. Here they are in
in BETTER: Waking Up to Who We Could Be, i introduce the COMPOST Method of storytelling. i use the fancy title “COMPOST Method” as a marketing ploy to entice professors