Take 5 Minutes…

October 11, 2008 at 12:22 am Leave a comment

and read my wonderful friend Nikki’s latest post. She is a brilliant, courageous, faithful woman of God.

Reading the post will take 5 minutes, but please spend the rest of your weekend dealing with what it says. I’ve been wanting to tackle the subject for months, and she articulated this better than I could ever have.

Our homes, our schools, and especially our churches should be places of love and unconditional acceptance. We should be teaching our children this truth. They learn from our words and our actions.

Thank you Nikki, for your thoughts.


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