This post is from the notes of a MOPS talk given 2/27/18.
Recently, I spent an evening with girlfriends from my college days whom I’d gotten to know through volunteering as a youth leader at my church. Some had been in college with me at the time, and others were high school students. I am the oldest of the group and had felt that acutely then, but you know how that goes as time goes by. A ten-year span doesn’t mean anything when you’re middle-aged, but that ten-year gap was critical then and it helped maintain a wall of appearances. The more remote I was, courtesy of different experiences, the easier it was to keep up the façade.
The person who met with them those many years ago as a youth leader, a mentor, a “big sister”, a Bible study leader…
Laura Miller aka mrsdkmiller
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