How do you begin to dismantle racism in our daily lives? Miriam writes about the challenge and the necessity of challenging and obliterating racism.
From the outside, our youngest daughter looks like a typical developing toddler. If you passed her in the store, you would probably think that she […]
O God of justice and compassion, you put down the proud and mighty from their place, and lift up the poor and the afflicted: We […]
Time for confession— I take far too much pride in my son. It is sinful. I am a realist and know the day will come […]
Wednesday was my Leader Day; I’m still partial to this midweek day, despite its reputation as Hump Day—some obstacle to be gotten over, rather than […]
Do your kids love church camp? What do you do when they don’t? Miriam McKenney shares her experiences with her daughters when some love church camp and some don’t.
At some point I was told that adults were the only ones with true wisdom and knowledge. And then I became an adult and a […]
My heart broke again. It started in the car. “Mama, no one will include me at recess. I keep asking to play, but everyone already has […]
It’s happened. Again. We knew that it would, but it still shocks us. This time it was a high school in Santa Fe, Texas. While […]
Three months ago I finally carved out time to read the parenting book a church speaker recommended in the fall. This speaker has the reputation […]