With thumb and forefinger she wipes the tears welling up in her eyes. . .

There are many "Movers and Shakers," and not just those who harvest olives. . . 

I talk and teach a lot about “trauma-informed care.” Trauma-informed care basically means care (provided by anyone) informed by the knowledge of the science of what trauma does to the brain and body as well as the nuances of what this might look like emotionally and socially. This approach shifts away from the question of “What’s wrong with this person?” to a ...

I’ve found myself in a new season of life. One characterized by wings, wrestling, tears, and blessing.