Month: January 2014

Connecting the Dots with Lines: From Nebraska to Nepal

-Five Midwestern college guys wanting to take 6 months off in the mountains before starting “real” jobs -A man closer to retirement than to entering the work force beginning a whole other “career” -A nationally touring recording rock band -A radio station with a mission -A six year old girl -A homeschooling mom When you […]

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Lines in my Journal and Under a Tree

I had my oldest two boys start journaling as a part of their school day this morning.  As you can imagine, my plan was met with mostly negative reviews.  To illustrate why I feel writing down thoughts is important, I got out my “journal” file folder from high school, hoping to inspire them. I randomly […]

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