The Career and Family Dichotomy: Part Two

Last week I had the privilege of discussing the career and family dichotomy over at The High Calling in part one of a two-part series. Today, I am offering part two. Will you join me at The High Calling?

All illusions of control vaporize like heat mirages on the pavement of U.S. 40 as Amber and I head east toward Little Rock, where a good team of doctors awaits the arrival of Titus at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. We drive in silence, playing old Rich Mullins tunes. “There’s a wideness in God’s mercy I cannot find in my own,” Rich sings as we pull into Little Rock. I hope he’s right.

We arrive and check into the Emergency Room at 9:30, well past Titus’ bedtime. As we wait…

Follow me over to The High Calling to continue reading The Career and Family Dichotomy: Part 2.

Image by Royce Bair. Used with permission. Sourced via Flickr.

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