The Lost Sermons of C.H. Spurgeon

Charles Spurgeon

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Field trip at The Evergreens in Clarks Grove, MN

When I lived at Camp Redcloud in Lake City, CO we had an outdoor education program in our offseasons. Public, private and homeschool school groups would come out for a field trip filled with fun and hands-on educational experience. For three days each group of kids would horseback ride, mountain …

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Owlegories Vol. 6 The Wind, The Moon and The Rainbow

*We were given Owlegories Vol. 6 to help us facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are honest and our own based on our experience. This blog post contains affiliated links to a product that we love. This means I may receive a commission at no cost to you if you chose to …

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Baby steps of faith keep moving you forward

In the last few years, I have repeatedly wondered how things in my life were happening. I would say it happened by accident or I wasn’t expecting it to happen, viewing both in awe and frustration at the same time. On the business side of life, It all started with …

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Color your own Glow in the Dark Halloween Tote

It is a tradition in our family to head over to my sisters on Halloween. We visit our relatives in the nursing homes and each of the kids dressed in their costumes, love showing them off for their great grandma. Once we’ve made the traditional rounds we head back to …

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Reading my new bible in story form

*I was given the CSB Reader’s Bible to help facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are my own and 100% honest. My bible is slowly falling a part. Pages have been torn out, the binding torn and tattered. I have needed a new one for a long time. However, …

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Pumpkin Patches in Southern Minnesota

Our family loves fall. I don’t know if it’s because my birthday is in September, but autumn has always felt magical. The crisp, cool air, the colors changing of the leaves, apple and pumpkin pies. They are all some of my favorites. There is also a feeling of slowing down …

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