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FASTER, HIGHER, FARTHER

March 23rd in history:

Two pioneers of speed were born on March 23rd: Roger Bannister (1925), the first man to run a four-minute mile, and driver Craig Breedlove (1937), who was the first man to break a number of land-speed records. 125 more words

Today In History

Connecting the Dots - or rather Deeds

This week I’ve been able to connect the dots and make some sense out of several deeds that found their way into the Copper Wash Tub throughout the 19th to 20th centuries. 303 more words

Sunday, January 22nd

back to church

Post-inaugural blues?

Try this.

First Church of Deliverance Choir, “Afterwhile It’ll All Be Over,” live, Chicago


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lagniappe

random sights

other day, New York (High Line) 86 more words

Music Clip Of The Day

A Utopia Off OBT: Hunter's Creek

In 1984, Vancouver’s Genstar Southern Development began the 20-plus year project that would eventually be the residential giant on the south end between John Young Parkway and Orange Blossom Trail known as Hunter’s Creek. 687 more words

Kissimmee

IRONMAN

@IRONMANtri His unstoppable will made John Young the first person with dwarfism to finish an Ironman Triathlon. He wasn’t the first to try, and some have died from this exhaustive trial. 385 more words

Dwarfism

Belief governs actions

I’m currently re-reading one of the old books I’ve been keeping, titled, “The case against Christ.”by John Young. On this blog I will share a portion on the questions about the church in the hope to help and encourage our next generation leaders be equipped and be in love with reading. 343 more words

Discipleship

The White Man's Sport

I’ve been kind of sitting on some thoughts for several weeks now, all interweaving with the issue du jour (at least until the next crazy and divisive subject comes up on social media) – Colin Kaepernick’s peaceful protests to bring awareness to, and meaningful discussion of, racial inequality in our country.  1,118 more words

Major League Baseball