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I met a 97-year-old hero!

During the camping “off-season” we stay plenty busy where I work (Lake Ann Camp, northern Michigan), by hosting different guest groups who use our facility, but generally run their own programs. We see an amazing variety of groups including students … Continue reading

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Are you being bold?

By Joe Castaneda I’ve become convinced that “bold” is one of those words that can go either way — you can like it or hate it depending on how you’ve seen it used in your life. Sometimes boldness is the … Continue reading

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Who needs God? We have technology!

Joe Castaneda While I’m a devout football fan, I had a tough time tuning in to this year’s Superbowl (although you should read my amazingly accurate Superbowl prediction here!), as two of the four teams I can’t stand, were playing. … Continue reading

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2 weeks later: what can we learn from the Boston bombings?

Two weeks ago our nation was hit with yet another tragedy of violence. Terrorists (because only that term seems appropriate) attacked innocent people without any pity, killing three and injuring scores of others. Even an 8-year-old child had his life … Continue reading

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I believed Lance

Probably most of us have heard what happened to cycling legend, Lance Armstrong. After winning 7 Tour de France titles, he has lost everything from his prized yellow jackets (given to the winner of the tour), to his million dollar … Continue reading

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