THANK YOU, MISS KOPP

Yesterday I wrote about a bad teacher. Today I write about a good one — Janice Kopp. Miss Kopp was my 6th-grade teacher. She was strict, scary, a …

THANK YOU, MISS KOPP

One of my seminary profs once said to me, “You live in a posture of gratitude.” It was one of the best compliments I’ve ever received. Kit, an absolutely terrific writer, knows what it means to live in a posture of gratitude. May we all learn to do so.

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