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The Timothy Principle

One of the things that Hannah and I love about what we’ve been doing lately is the chance to share about the ministry of Y.M.I. We relish the opportunity to share about what God is doing all around the world in the realm of youth ministry and we count it an honor to try to “infect” other people with the same passions that the Lord has given us. 1,008 more words

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A Midsummer's Update

 I hope everyone’s Thursday morning is going well! Hannah and I have had a busy few weeks, with several more to come. I thought I’d take a minute and share about some of what we’ve been up to as well as what’s to come. 776 more words

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  If you are reading this blog and find that things are changing as you go from page to page, it’s because they are.  I’m changing them.   83 more words

A missionary's thoughts on a missionary's book

Dear friends,

Several months ago I made the decision to begin studying through the books of Luke and Acts in my personal devotional time (or “quiet time,” if you’re a 90′s church kid). 1,276 more words

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Leaving a Legacy

Happy 4th of July week everyone! Over this past weekend, Chris and I traveled to Rochester, NY to celebrate my sister Esther’s graduation. It was a great time of family togetherness, laughter, food and fun. 632 more words

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Happy Sunday!

I love those “Making of…” shows. The ones where you see the actors in their true form, their real personalities, how many times they messed up their lines and all the funny faces they pull. 187 more words


Old Post: Interdisciplinarity and its Benefits

An Old Post today because I’m really tired from having a few awesome days with my friend in Oxford. And also because I’m now convinced that Oxford’s college system is quite suited for promoting interdisciplinary discussions – if only because I happened to end up discussing the viciousness of animals (‘all animals are vicious bastards – especially the cuddly ones’) with a pathologist. 1,679 more words

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