Monthly Archives: July 2006

>My Granddaddy

>“I was holding out till you got here.” That’s what the ashen, shriveled man that I call my Granddaddy said when we walked into his hospice room. “Don’t cry,” he told my mom, who was already now in tears. “Everyone … Continue reading

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>The Bridge

>About a week ago I had the privilage and great pleasure to attend The Bridge, a young church that is active in engaging the culture in Tempe, Arizona. For those of you who share my taste in literature, you might … Continue reading

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>Well, this Thursday my entire family is flying out to see my Granddaddy one last time and to be with him as he passes. We are not even sure if he’ll still be alive when we get there. I had … Continue reading

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>Well I’m back from cool, breezy Point Loma and I’m very exhausted. The story of what happened at Zona Yuth Kamp this year is much too long and important to try to attempt to tell in one blog entry. So … Continue reading

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>Zona Yuth

>Okay, I have exactly 5 minutes to write post. It’s day three of Zona Yuth Kamp and everything is pretty much “off the hook”- whatever that means. I’m teaching one of the seventh grade small groups, which is very cool, … Continue reading

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>Roadtrip!!

>Roadtrip!!

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>Haircut: The Outcome

>To those of who were worried that my beautiful locks of hair would be subject to poor styling, you can rest assured that there is a merciful and loving God who answers prayer. The haircut I recieved at Wal-Mart (from … Continue reading

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