Monthly Archives: January 2010

Living a centered life – Part 2

Day 2 of Forest Lakes Districts Youth Conference in Green Bay began with a total of 6 hours of sleep behind me.  Woo hoo!  That’s actually a lot based on my experiences in prior years.  I was blessed with a lovely trio of girls in my room, who unselfishly gave me a bed to myself […]

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Living a centered life – Part 1

I spent the past weekend at a youth conference in Green Bay with 3200 middle school and high school students.  I’ve been to many similar conferences over the years, and they are always well worth the price I pay in sleep deprivation and exhaustion! This year was no exception.  I believe every adult should experience […]

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Snow: A Different Perspective

If you are like many people here in the upper Midwest, you are a little sick of snow right now.  I am often teased about my love of snow, but I offer that it’s all in the way you look at it.  Below is a little devo I wrote last year about this time.  I […]

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