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The Internet Response League: Pokemon Division?

Pokemon GO is an interesting phenomenon – it is extremely relevant to the ideas posted on this blog, and to gamification in general. To start, the gameplay involves going outside, physically tracking down pokemon (think digital animals), and then catching them. 1,627 more words


From NEO to La: Red Cross Response to Louisiana Flooding Continues

The Number of Northeast Ohio Volunteers Responding Continues to Grow

American Red Cross workers continue to work around the clock in flood ravaged communities of Louisiana to provide shelter, meals, comfort and support services for people who have lost so much during this devastating event. 484 more words


Relief Provisioned With Immense Belief

Relief supplier share the burden of the rescue efforts in supplying necessary items to people displaced by a disaster. Disaster relief supplies can significantly enhance the capacity by providing the necessary products that have varying importance for different groups of displaced people.

Core Relief Supplies

How Can You Help Baton Rouge?

The Red Cross continues to provide hope, shelter and meals to those affected in Louisiana.

If you are asking yourself, “How can I help them?” Well, it’s as easy as sending a text (if you can’t do it yourself, may I recommend finding your nearest 5-year-old as they are shockingly amazing at it.) Simply text LAFLOODS to 90999 and a ten dollar donation to the American Red Cross will appear on your next cellular phone bill. 507 more words


Unpacking & repacking, operation

We arrived at 2nd Mile Wednesday evening after uneventful flights from Minneapolis. We’ve been busy unpacking and repacking because we leave this morning for Manila. I’ll help with a training for church-planters next week and Mary Ann will attend training in using StrengthFinders which we’ll incorporate in our mentoring and training of new ACTION missionaries. 123 more words

Life On The Field

Shed in a Truck!

Shed in a Truck, coming this fall! Want to know more? Give me a call!

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Personal Archiving, Disaster Planning & Free CoSA Pocket PReP Guide

How prepared are you and your personal family collections in the event of a disaster?  It’s always important to check the pulse of our own personal archiving habits. 234 more words

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