Church Interpreting

I interpreted worship this morning at church. Every time I hear myself say that, even seeing it here in writing, my brain screams liar! liar! Don't call yourself an interpreter!! I'm not an interpreter. I'm not ready. I'm not trained. I'm not prepared. And yet, I interpreted at church this morning. I was introduced as... Continue Reading →

Using Failure

Failure seldom, if ever, feels good. It's not fun. Some people fear it; some expect it to appear around every corner. Some even look down on it as a negative, a sign of personal weakness and disdain those who experience it. But failure is a natural part of life. We all fail at something, many... Continue Reading →

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