In an October 16, 2018, interview with Susannah Hutcheson in USA Today, designer and entrepreneur Diane Von Furstenberg reflected upon her career, her lessons learned in both her work and life, and the philanthropic role she now undertakes in numerous organizations.
As Richard Wolf reported in his 2015 piece for USA Today, The 21 Most famous Supreme Court decisions, our nation’s history has been marked by numerous decisions that have shaped more than just our history. They’ve shaped how we view people and their experiences, and they’ve changed the course of countless people’s lives.
In an excerpt from her new book posted in the Dallas News, Cecile Richards, the former President of Planned Parenthood, gave her top ten pieces of parenting advice. I honestly couldn’t bring myself to read it initially, because I was turned off by the very idea of her providing parenting advice, when she’s made her mission in recent years to ending the lives of millions of babies. My curiosity got the best of me, though, and I finally broke down and read the article.
Growing up, my elder sister Tammy and I fought like many siblings do. It was during one of these childish rows when I was 14 that she blurted out, “At least my parents wanted me!”’
Abortionist That Killed 50,000 Babies Inexplicably Refused to Do The Abortion That Would Have Claimed His Life
“Love them all” was the theme of the 2018 NRLC Convention in Kansas City, Kansas, which, coincidentally, is my home. I was thrilled to see so many friends and colleagues from my community at this year’s three-day event.
Romans 8:28 reminds us “that God works all things together for good for those who love him and are called according to his purpose.”
With the recent tweet by a Planned Parenthood affiliate about the “need” for a Disney princess who has had an abortion (and who was “pro-choice”), I was reminded of the following article I wrote six years ago that is still relevant today. (Six years! Our youngest daughter is now almost the same age that our oldest was at that time!) But I digress…
“Your current circumstances are part of your redemption story He is writing”—Evinda Lepin
I’m a recovering control freak. The heady feeling of having power over my life, of any circumstance, great or small, however false in reality it truly was, helped me to get through some of the most difficult years of my life. Even though, in my heart, I knew that God was in control over all of my life, I managed to still clench my fingers tightly over those circumstances that I felt were within my reach, those circumstances that I was scared to give entirely over to Him.