More than Enough: Review
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More than Enough: Review

*This week’s Monday post veers from our regular family liturgy to offer this review of a book that will be of interest to Practicing Families readers. More than Enough: Living Abundantly in a Culture of Excess by Lee Hull Moses. Westminster Johnn Knox Press: Louisville, 2016 (136 pages)   A while back I had an idea … Continue reading

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Listening to Our Children: How my daughter’s obsession with the Amish changed my life (and how as a bonus I learned to milk a cow, survive without electricity, and brave an outhouse)
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Listening to Our Children: How my daughter’s obsession with the Amish changed my life (and how as a bonus I learned to milk a cow, survive without electricity, and brave an outhouse)

One winter morning two years ago, I was rushing my children down the Kansas City Union Station steps to see a children’s play.  As I was scurrying them along, Amélie caught a glimpse of about forty people, presumably Amish, who were gathered around, waiting for a train. “Who are those people,” she asked? “I think … Continue reading