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The Summit (Film Review)

Climbing mountains is scary. Going up to the highest points our world has to offer, facing death and danger with every step, fighting exhausting and the body’s need for oxygen, is something completely insane, but even watching other people do it can be quite the rush. 833 more words

Sports

Vitrum to be featured at The Summit in Dublin, Ireland November 4-6, 2014

Vitrum View is excited to announce that we have been selected to be featured at The Summit technology conference in Dublin, Ireland.  The event is taking place throughout Dublin November 4-6, 2014. 241 more words

Glass

See You Soon

Sunday – June 23, 2013

It was a bit surreal that we’re going home today.  Time certainly flew by.  It’s so easy to loose track of time in Tanzania, but then gain it didn’t help that we were stuck on a mountain for 8 days.  1,640 more words

Kilimanjaro

The Hardest Part - Part 2

Wednesday – June 18, 2013

I think it can be agreed on that when people think about or plan on climbing Kilimanjaro they don’t think about what it takes to come down off of Kilimanjaro.  3,593 more words

Kilimanjaro

The Hardest Part - Part 1

Monday – June 17, 2013 to Tuesday – June 18, 2013

*Note:  Early apologies for the disjointedness of this post.  Between Barafu and Stella Point so much yet so little happened that the linearity of it pretty much doesn’t exist.  4,881 more words

Kilimanjaro

The Summit for Radical Egalitarianism

The stage was set with four simple armchairs and a mahogany table. The crowd buzzed in anticipation, waiting until two men, Rev. Jim Wallis, founder of Sojourners and professor at Georgetown University, and Dr. 581 more words

Religion

NAIITS Symposium 2014 Summary

Last week I had the privilege of attending the 11th annual Symposium of the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies (NAIITS) at George Fox University near Portland OR. 1,372 more words

Mark Charles