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I’m excited for my son Ty and his cousin Devyn to go up to Forest Home this year for summer camp. This place has always been special to me and I’m happy to see others in my family get to experience God like I did there. This will be Ty’s last week going as a high school student. Below are some photos from their fun week there.

Photos from Forest Home

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I just wanted a short blog congratulating my uncle and aunt Joel and Jennifer England to 20 years of marriage. They really are a Godly example of what a couple should look like. They have had their trials. They didn’t always treat each other well. They had financial hardships. They struggled for years to have kids (now they have four!). But they have always remained committed and loyal to each other and their marriage. They have put their faith in God and trusted him during the most difficult of circumstances. Joel was like my older brother growing up and he has always put his faith in God. I have always looked up to him and how he lives his life. He has been the rock in our family and I think that is why God has blessed my family for so many years. Now Joel and Jennifer can celebrate the blessings of being so faithful. I’m praying blessings of many more years to come for them. Love you guys!

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God has always been strong in my family!

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My son Jake was able to go to summer camp at Forest Home this summer.

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Starving Jesus

It was a rough day for me. Today was what would have been my 10th wedding anniversary. I woke up not wanting to let the day get to me. I wanted to do something productive instead of sulk on the couch. So I decided to serve.

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Craig Gross of the XXX church and J.R. Mahon wrote a book called Starving Jesus. The theme was that too many Christians are not doing enough to tell others about Jesus. Too many Christians are stuck in the pews. So they rented an RV and started a 40 day road trip across the U.S. to visit different cities and to challenge those within the church to put their faith in action. In addition to fasting during the 40 day journey, they also brought a pew along and chained themselves to it wherever they stopped.

sj1cryiDay 6 consisted of a stop in Chandler, AZ. They challenged us in the community to go serve at the Liberty House. Steve Lappen is the director of Crossroads Youth Intervention – an organization that takes in at-risk youths. The Liberty House is a building that the kids can hang out after school. They have tutoring and after school programs. The goal is not only to get them off the streets, but also present them the gospel. The problem is that CRYi has a small staff and Liberty House is a very old house that is in need of some work and cleaning. So a team of us when down there to work on the place. It was a hot, but very rewarding day.

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Liberty House

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Starving Jesus book

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That evening, Craig and J.R. spoke at Camber – Cornerstone’s college ministry. They chained themselves to a pew onstage and spoke about the passage in James that states “Faith without works is dead”. Afterwards, Compassion International had a table set up in the lobby. I had the blessing of signing up and sponsoring a child from Haiti named Ladouceur. What a blessing that was! God made an amazing day out of what could have been a rough one for me.

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