Filed under Mission – Living on Purpose

See you at the Summit

I’m waiting to board a plane to DC.  I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am.  I need this trip more than words can say.  Tomorrow is the beginning of the annual Accessibility Summit at McLean Bible Church in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia (or Washington D.C. to those of us who fancy ourselves tourists). … Continue reading

Frosty the Snowman and a Lesson from Mark 2

Frosty the Snowman and a Lesson from Mark 2

I must say that my heart leapt when I saw a few scant snowflakes land on the windowsill the other day.  Sadly they seemed to be on a solo mission and didn’t bring millions of their friends.  There is nothing quite like a Christmas snow. As a kid I LOVED seeing Frosty the Snowman.  I would count … Continue reading

A lesson on Inclusion from a Red Nosed Reindeer

It’s Cyber Monday, which means millions of Americans have begrudgingly gone back to work, where they will sneak in some internet shopping while they reheat their four hundredth helping of turkey in some post-Thanksgiving mash up.  And the most important part?  I can now publicly confess that I have been watching Christmas movies and listening … Continue reading

Inclusion Fusion 2012 is LIVE!

Today marks the first day of Inclusion Fusion!  We are so excited about the thousands of people all over the planet who will be joining us!  Rebecca Hamilton and I had the privilege of presenting again this year and we were asked to speak about a topic that we are both extremely passionate about – … Continue reading

Labor of Love – It’s a WEBSITE!

Whew!  It’s been a busy season!  Last summer was spent laboring for our first baby, our sweet Ransom Levi.  It’s hard to believe it’s been a year already!  This summer has been filled with another labor of love.  I have been busy these last few months working with developers to create a new website for … Continue reading

Beauty from Ashes…The Lustig Family

I have a story to tell, and I need your help.  Dear friends of mine are in great need and I’m hopeful that you, the person reading this, whoever you are, wherever you are, can help.  It’s a story of heroic triumph to be repeated once again, like a phoenix rising from the ashes. It’s … Continue reading

Faith in the Fire

The older I get the more I realize life is hard.  Some days, more than others, it’s clear we live in a broken world.  Today is one of those days. On my mind today are friends facing hard times. One friend is in the hospital in the fight of her life against the evil that … Continue reading

View from the Summit

The past month has been a blur.  I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus from the blogosphere to focus on some ministry work, but I wanted to take a break to share some thoughts. I had the honor of presenting at the Accessibility Summit at Mclean Bible Church this past month.  I taught a … Continue reading

FREE Training Coming Up…..Wanna join me?

Hello Friends – I’m sure you’ve noticed I’ve been lacking in the blogosphere these days.  My apologies.  It’s not you, it’s me.  No really, it is.  I’ve been working on a HUGE ministry project with my team and it required me to really focus all of my writing creativity on one awesome project.  So – … Continue reading

Kony 2012 – My two cents and the controversy

I am about to step onto my soapbox.  So this may be a bit long.  Consider yourself warned. So as many of you may be aware there has been an incredible media campaign launched by Invisible Children to make Joseph Kony (you can read about his atrocities against humanity here) famous in 2012 and thereby … Continue reading