At the grocery store recently, I saw a father pushing his young daughter in a cart while she played a game on a smartphone. “Would you like these?” the father asked, holding up some vegetables. But the girl wasn’t listening, and didn’t respond. So the father asked again. Again, no reply. The dad’s frustration kicked …
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I was a first responder lending mental health support to kids rescued from Columbine High School. So when I hear of the latest school shooting, I feel sickened that another community has to cope with the aftermath.
Dr. Lainna Callentine became aware at age six that her skin was a different color than other kids in class. Get her unique perspective on how we, as Christians, should talk to our kids about racial differences.