Monthly Archives: March 2014

Footprints in the Snow

This post relies on your knowledge of the poem “Footprints in the Snow” by Mary Stevenson. You can find it here: http://www.wowzone.com/fprints.htm Recently, one of the youth in his senior sermon cited this poem, and used it as a basis … Continue reading

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I’ll Change

One day I’ll change. You’ll be the first one that I call. I’ll owe you an apology, too many thanks, and that’s not all. – I’ll Change by the Indigo Girls This lyric had me thinking about writing the acknowledgements … Continue reading

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Dog Sledding

Over Martin Luther King weekend, I went skiing at Winter Park with my church’s youth group. It was a pleasure and a challenge to be out of my routines. One of the things I did with my son was go … Continue reading

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