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Going Beyond a Walk in the Woods

A new adventure! I had the chance to write a guest blog post for We Are Wildness. Their mission is “to help improve the health of the planet by inspiring people all over the world to reconnect with Nature.” I believe this concept has merit! 44 more words


Misunderstanding moles

I never really had a problem learning about moles and all the related calculations. However, I was well aware that a lot of my classmates struggled with the topic. 729 more words


When I Grow Up...

Having spent 11 minutes with this 13 year old (virtually) I can say that I’ve love to spend some with him in person. He knows what he wants to do but is not so sure he knows what he wants to be. 8 more words

Personal Growth

Assurance of Resurrection  

John 11:23-26

“Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life; he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. 232 more words



John Leland

“Not many noble”

The great Baptist preacher and leader in the early days of our Republic, John Leland’s description of Elijah Baker was quite revealing. 339 more words

Church History

New August Refresher at NLC...

The department of mathematics at Alamo College Northeast Lakeview has asked me to run the following new refresher class in August:


Hello. My name is Clea and I am an English teacher (the mostly bad news version)

So it’s been a while since I posted anything online.  It has been over two years, in fact. There are many reasons for this, including ideas for other blogs that I have been working on and the fact that my computer gave up on me.   940 more words