Life is fleeting but love endures forever By Monday the roses and chocolates and cards will be history, but we will still need to know that we are each and all loved. My husband sat on the steps and held out a ring. It was large and worn and engraved with a date from 1966. […]
Reconnect One with Carmen LaBerge: For a mere 200 bucks, a genetic testing company will tell you everything about your DNA. You can find out your heritage and your predisposed to certain illnesses. But your 23 chromosomes don’t tell the whole story of who you are because they don’t tell you WHOSE you are. […]
The Nuclear Family was a Mistake The headline is total clickbait, right? It’s not about abandoning the institution of the family but actually rediscovering and recommitting ourselves to the multigenerational mess family was always intended to be. It’s the nuclear family (which was too fragile and fractured into single family and then to no family) […]
It was an unusual speaking opportunity. The audience would be comprised of 500 people and more than a hundred dogs. The conference theme? With me on the road. And as the keynote speaker, I could take the “with me” command and run with it. And I did. Among the commands these comfort dogs learn are […]
Just last week there was a futurist promising that we could all live forever if we could just make it to 2050. Then Kobe Bryant and eight other very affluent people with very bright futures died in a helicopter crash and the world observed Holocaust Memorial Day and the coronavirus continued to claim lives and […]
Let’s talk about math. Math is part of everything we do, but not everybody loves math. Kingdom math says God is both three and one. Kingdom math declares that when two come together in marriage, God makes them one. Kingdom math preferences the one over the 99, and rewards those who multiply the gifts […]
Carmen LaBerge is a writer, speaker, and Christian talk-radio host. Since seminary, Carmen has served in congregational, national renewal, and media ministries all with the goal of equipping Christians for faithful witness in the real world. She seeks to mobilize Christians to get off the sidelines and into the cultural conversations of the day in ways that honor Jesus.
Carmen is a graduate of the University of Florida with an M.Div. from Princeton. She lives near Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband and family.
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