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Project 365: Day 150 The Six Flags Over Texas Oil Derrick

I was a bit of a bullying mom today, and I’m not sure how I feel about that. I don’t think I was mean, exactly, but one of my kids felt afraid to do something, I knew this, and I made him … [Read more...]

A Thought As I Turn 33 Today: Fear is a Crappy Friend

Today I am 33. Barring any disaster, I will have lived longer than Jesus. Of course, I won’t accomplish as much as he did while he was on earth. But, he is God and I’m not. So … [Read more...]

Your biggest regret in life. (Day 18 of 30 Day YouthMin Blog Challenge)

When I was 14 years old, I had an opportunity to move from my mom’s in the midwestern suburbs to live with my dad in a high rise apartment outside of Washington, D.C. for a semester.  I spent … [Read more...]

Fear

  My First Kill As Dr. Cox said in the clip from the link above fear is good, you just can’t let it paralyze you. And yes, fear is good. It is a good motivator. It can bring about much … [Read more...]

Beginning in Youth Ministry: Starting Something New

As our district connectional ministries in Walterboro began compiling the needs of our churches from “listening sessions,” a need that arose frequently across the board was concerning the desire to … [Read more...]

Being Human: Dealing with Stress

Life can be stressful, but God is always there to get you through By DANIEL GRISWOLD danielgriswold@gmail.com Published Wednesday, October 10, 2012 Growing up, I had an uncle Bobby, and he was … [Read more...]

Overcoming Fear of the Monster: Building a Common Language for Discovering God

Turn the corner to find an ally in God By DANIEL GRISWOLD danielgriswold@gmail.com Published Tuesday, September 11, 2012 Sometimes I feel as though my life were a cartoon, like … [Read more...]

No One Likes Change

I used to wear hats all the time in high school and college. I had a vast pool of hats that I could choose from, usually of the sports teams that I supported. My collection of hats now have dwindled … [Read more...]

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