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Cultural Pilgrimage: Reflections from the Protestant Church #comments4kids

Reflections from Team Fink’s pilgrimage to the Protestant Church.

Going to the Protestant church I already knew what to expect. There was nothing there that was going to surprise me or make me feel uncomfortable. 1,819 more words

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Cultural Pilgrimage: Reflections from our visit to a Buddhist Temple and Hindu Temple #learningisbigger #commentsforkids #denver

My experience with the Hindu and Buddhist temples was good. All of the people we met showed great hospitality and shared amazing wisdom, and we can learn a lot from what they believe. 2,124 more words

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Lunch with friends from the Denver Rescue Mission #comments4kids

Team Fink has visited and served at the Denver Rescue Mission over the years. Yesterday, some of the gentlemen from the Denver Rescue Mission visited and served us at Anastasis. 1,611 more words

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Religious Pilgrimage Reflections #comments4kids

Last week Team Fink began their Religious Pilgrimage around Denver. The first two stops were a Synagogue and Mosque. Below are the student’s reflections.

 This religious pilgrimage has opened my eyes again on how different religions can teach us so much about our own.

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Frankenstein Reflections #commentsforkids

Last week, Anastasis students finished reading Frankenstein and visited the Denver Center of Performing Arts to see the play. Below are some of their reflections. 1,079 more words

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Building community through travel: Team Anastasis goes to Santa Barbara #standagain

After spending the week in Santa Barbara for the Surf and Serve trip, Team Fink reflects on their experience.

Thank you Simply Venture for making this trip possible! 2,613 more words

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Student Post: Reflection on Study #comments4kids

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Study:

No matter what kind of Study it not only will provide you with more knowledge but it will set you free. The question is how do you study? 569 more words

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