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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...]


  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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