Author Archives: Mark LaPointe

What, #YouToo? When will it end! An Open Letter to Women about the #MeToo Conversation on Twitter

Dear Women, I count many of you among my closest friends. Your presence in the world–and in my world–has at times turned many a dark day into praise and thanksgiving to God for having crafted you so well mentally, emotionally, and yes physically also, as the Biblical “helpmate” to men. You can enliven a room with your laughter, counsel work groups with your insight, attend wounds to body and heart, feed an army of kids … Continue reading

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A Country Divided—Over Bathrooms!

Some friends and I were cycling Hines Drive this past September, 2017, when we came across a nice little (and much needed) bathroom building, called “The Haggerty Comfort Station” (photo #1): Note: This location is the little castle image on the map, here. It turns out to be a rather historic place, as declared by the sign in front, (photo #2). It reads: “This comfort station was one of the early public rest stops, and … Continue reading

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