Tag Archives: vision

top down

Regency Place Elementary is one of my favorite schools to sub at. Not only are the kids over-the-top friendly, polite, hardworking, and fun, the teachers go out of their way to make you feel welcome. (I’ve visited many a teacher’s … Continue reading

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this blog is not about…

This blog is not to promote a cause, a church, a religion or faith, or any other ideology. But it certainly reflects what I believe. I am a follower of Christ, and I love the bride of Christ embodied locally … Continue reading

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what do you see?

When you look at a group of teenagers, or preteens, or college students, what do you see? The gym has been extremely crowded the past few days, even at times I wouldn’t expect it to be. The weight room is … Continue reading

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10,000 hours

Listening to Outliers has been on pause for several days, but I continue to mull some things over. Because they come more frequently and tend to pile up, I always try to get caught up on my podcasts (85-ish subscriptions) … Continue reading

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counting the cost

Whenever I drive away from Lifetime Fitness around the northwest corner of the lot, I see the nowhere-near-finished heart of the high-end shopping center Corbin Park. Von Maur, Buffalo Wild Wings, and a smattering of other standalone stores are up … Continue reading

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poverty of normalcy

[legacy post from innovideo creative blog] 2009 has been a tough year for many in our student ministry. Among the stories of pain and struggle are three families, all in the middle school at the time it happened, who lost … Continue reading

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