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In Remembrance of Lydia Schatz

We remember Lydia Schatz today, February 6, 2016. Six years ago today, Lydia died of abuse from her adoptive parents. I’m reposting this in memory of her and to protect other Lydias (and Seans and Hanas. . .) _________ One year...

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We Remember: Lydia

We remember Lydia Schatz today, February 6, 2017. Seven years ago today, 7-year-old Lydia Schatz died after her adoptive parents disciplined her to the point of death. Lydia was a vivacious little girl, adopted from Liberia.  In...

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Remembering Hana, 1997 – 2011

It’s been seven years since the death of Hana (Alemu) Williams. In the past seven years, I am not aware of any further deaths linked to “To Train Up A Child” by Michael and Debi Pearl. But abuse is still...

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Remembering Sean, 2001-2006

Today is the 12th anniversary of the death of Sean Paddock.   Twelve years ago, sweet little Sean Paddock died.  He was just four years old, and at that time my boys were ages five through ten. Like my boys, he had sandy hair...

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We Remember: Sean

Sean Paddock was just four years old when he died.   My youngest son is four. As I write this, he’s dressed in his Spiderman costume, showing me how he can climb over the fencing on the porch. He’s jumping from couch...

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In Remembrance of Sean Paddock

It’s hard to believe that a decade has passed since the news of Sean Paddock’s death rocked my world. Ten years. We had been back in the U.S. for just under a year. God had already worked on my heart in ways that...

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In Remembrance of Hana Williams

It’s been five years since the death of Hana (Alemu) Williams. In the past five years, the media has not reported on any deaths linked to “To Train Up A Child” by Michael and Debi Pearl. Still, I hear people...

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Hi, I'm Alexandra.
I write to encourage us as we become the people God has created us to be -- especially in the realms of nurturing our children and using our talents right where we are.

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