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How Homeschooling Gives Young Athletes a Massive Advantage

What do Tim Tebow, Serena and Venus Williams, and Bethany Hamilton all have in common? All were young athletes who took their skill to the highest level possible, excelling beyond peers in their chosen sport. But what places them in … Continue reading

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Our India Trip to the "Edges"

In the 1970s, the famous missiologist Dr. Ralph Winters had an epiphany. He had met scores of missionaries headed to Mexico, Guatemala and Nigeria. But he had never met a missionary serving in Afghanistan. He knew every country needs the … Continue reading

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Why Life-Long Learning is a Natural Part of Exploration

Every new task you do will require you to learn something. Even flushing a toilet. Years ago, as a young man, I spent a week in the UK. We were in a bed and breakfast and the toilet had an … Continue reading

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Come Get Lost in India with Us!

Why would you want to get Lost in India? Because it is going to be a fantastic way to learn about another part of the world and get involved in what God is doing on the other side of the … Continue reading

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The Difference

A few summers ago my family had to opportunity to travel on a long-abandoned stretch of historic Route 66 over the mountains between Kingman, Arizona and Needles, California. The further we got from the Interstate the further back in time … Continue reading

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A few simple lessons

I returned home from Milwaukee late Sunday night. My mom, sister-in-law Brittany, and I had met up with my sister Amy for a weekend training class on urban gardening at Growing Power. I thought I'd share a few thoughts as … Continue reading

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Meeting a Brother in Christ Halfway Around the World

The large room is packed with tables and people. This restaurant is, I'm told, more typical of the area. The clientele is, as best I can figure, predominately Hindu, though I'm confident there are a few Muslims as well. There … Continue reading

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