You heard me right. If you work at an exercise company, you should hire fat and disabled people if you want to succeed.
Sunday was a long day. After spending the weekend working with LEAD, an church leadership and growth organization in Houston, Texas, I spent nearly 24 hours just trying to get home. I was supposed to get to Omaha at about 5 p.m. and ended up getting in at 12:30 a.m., because of storms that decided to parkContinue reading “On Mitch McConnell, Giant Metal Chickens and Difficult Conversations”
I’m starting to hear words in my head. It might seem a little crazy but bear with me for a second. When I started my journalistic career, I saw everything and everyone as a story that needed to be told. After a year of hard experiences in small town journalism, I never wanted to writeContinue reading “On Writing, Fear and the Stories We Hear”
This week I had the opportunity to share my faith story during a lenten worship service at Christ the King Lutheran Church, where I work. I’m sharing it with you today. As many people will tell you, I have a somewhat annoying habit of asking way too many questions. Pastor Hannah often enters into myContinue reading “Sharing Your Faith story”
Last night a coworker and I had the privilege of hearing journalist and author Krista Tippett speak at Luther Seminary, put on by the friends of Luther Seminary, who support student scholarships. As the wife of a Luther Seminary student and a hibernating journalist, the evening had special meaning for me.