“We see in the homies what they don’t see in themselves, until they do.” -Greg Boyle, Tattoos on the Heart We may have mentioned this book once or twice on the TCHP blog. And by once or twice, I clearly mean 100 or 200. Greg Boyle so eloquently talks about the dignity and the countless…

And so continues the blog that left you all on your toes….. (Didn’t read last weeks? Click here). Our whole car ride, and the months prior, he had really only mentioned his mom. He couldn’t remember what her name was, but he sure remembered her face. He remembered that she made him feel loved, even…

I love family visits. Getting to see kids reunited with people they love, being welcomed into a part of their lives that I had never seen, and processing it all afterwards. Each time I pulled into the gates of Proniño the last 6 months upon returning from a family visit, a certain child would always…

It’s a unique position we’re in- being responsible for our kids. We’re not their parents, we’re not their teachers, but we’re running a center where they come every day. We encourage them to make good choices. But can we force them to get in our busito every day and go to school? Sure can’t. But…

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