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concerning brie

we sat on a blanket
and ate brie spread
thick on crackers
while laughing at
bad love poetry

watching bright
clouds on a sun
blessed sky… 28 more words

Along The Journey

For the Bookshelf: Reviewing Leadership

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

It seems the number of books put out by publishers, in any number of fields, will not be abating anytime soon. 741 more words


simple saturday

when it came down to it,
there wasn’t much he took
overly serious

he ran counter culture
caring little for image
or prestige or attaching… 54 more words

Along The Journey


at times safari was nothing
like we thought it’d be,
and we quickly realized
there was really no way
to adequately prepare for
such uncharted territory… 85 more words

Along The Journey

Guest Blogger Margaret Marcuson on Money and Your Ministry

As we try to manage both the flow of money into and out of our churches and our lives, and also our own relationship with that flow, there is a way forward. 570 more words


the road less traveled

the longer I walked
the authentic path
of the heart
the more I knew
that anyone who
ever uttered
the words,

I never said
it would be easy…
53 more words

Along The Journey

Learning Is Not An Outcome of Teaching

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

The counter-intuitive notion that learning is not an outcome of teaching can be a challenging concept. This is natural, for several reasons. 656 more words