The first year of life is a sacred but precarious time. We all arrive from our mother’s womb vulnerable and reliant on others for…Read More
Suddenly His light bursts through the gloom.
He whispers, “I am doing a new thing.”
We haven’t been here before but He has.
This did not catch Him by surprise.Read More
Seeing the Rose Parade on TV is definitely not the same as being there in person. I have been going to the Rose Parade every year since I moved to Southern California in 2011 and have thoroughly enjoyed it each time.Read More
My husband and I moved to Kazakhstan back in 1995 with our two small children, aged 2 and 4 months old. To say it…Read More
In Central Asia, the New Year is celebrated not in winter, but rather in spring when new life begins to show all over the…Read More
With its exquisite cinematography, The Eagle Huntress opens up a corner of the world that few Westerners have visited. Aisholpan is the likable Kazakh…Read More
If you’re raising your kids in L.A. or any major U.S. city, you know that we live in a global world. Being globally intelligent…Read More