Mar

30

The hidden benefits of early literacy intervention

For the last month my company, Intersection, has been working with Think Together on a strategy to introduce people to the amazing stories that are coming out of the relationships they have with the clients they serve. Its been really fun to hear how lives have been changed through programs that are often not designed […]

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Jan

31

The goal

Isaiah 58:6-14 (MSG) 6 “This is the kind of fast day I’m after: to break the chains of injustice, get rid of exploitation in the workplace, free the oppressed, cancel debts. 7 What I’m interested in seeing you do is: sharing your food with the hungry, inviting the homeless poor into your homes, putting clothes […]

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Jan

24

The virtues of being uncomfortable: a sort of sappy personal journaling excercise

–warning: This post talks quite a bit about my personal faith.  If such writing makes you uncomfortable, please feel free to skip this one.  I by no means intend to make anyone feel uncomfortable.  Also I am whining quite a bit and acting all emo. If this makes you uncomfortable (as it does me), again, […]

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Feb

23

Shannon and Micah Were In a Car Accident

They are fine.  No one was injured.  Unless you count our car.  It didn’t do so hot.  Totally kept the passengers safe though.  Shannon has a bruise on her hip from her iPod being in her pocket and Micah bit his tongue, though it is still fully intact. Our insurance is good so we are […]

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