It’s hard not to feel as if the world’s on the brink of collapse these days. Five minutes of the evening news is enough to warrant Zantac. It doesn’t help that I write on policy (among other things), and so I am often online digesting politics with my morning cereal.
Guess what? Politics doesn’t naturally lead to gratitude. Who knew.
Right now, people seem inscrutable, rhetoric is flammable, the world looks combustible. But these kids of mine, they put everything in perspective.
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Sarah Parshall Perry
Author, Freelance Writer
After six years in private practice as a lawyer, Sarah Parshall Perry left the workplace to stay at home with her son. That’s when the rest of her children – and her books – were born. It’s also when her very tidy life fell untidily apart. Sarah is the co-author of When the Fairy Dust Settles: A Mother and Her Daughter Discuss What Really Matters (Warner Faith 2004), the author of Sand in My Sandwich (and Other Motherhood Messes I’m Learning to Love) (Revell 2015), a contributing author to The Horse of My Heart (Revell 2015), and the author of Mommy Needs a Raise (Because Quitting’s Not an Option) (Revell 2016). Her writing has appeared at Christianity Today, The Federalist, The Stream, Christian Post, Daily Caller, Town Hall, and Think Christian, among others. Sarah is a consultant for the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C., and has served in youth ministry for over ten years. Sarah and her husband Matt enjoy an extraordinary, ordinary life in Maryland farm country. She fights three children and too many pets for writing time whenever she can.
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