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August 12, 2021

2023 Men’s Campout

Hey! It’s Paul. Camping is a great way to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature God. It’s also a great opportunity to bond with friends, old and new. If you’ve never been camping before, or if you’re just looking for some new reasons to get out there ...

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July 27, 2021

A Father’s Day Weekend Adventure

My son and I had a spectacular couple of days away this past weekend. We hadn’t made any specific plans except to stay in Twin Falls and do some exploring. We stayed at the Fairfield Inn in Twin. It’s a beautiful hotel with what turned out to be a nice pool and exercise room. They ...

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June 15, 2021

My Digital Drawing Setup

I’ve been drawing for a long time. Not professionally, but purely for the enjoyment of creating things on the page. It’s really just a relaxing hobby. While I don’t do it professionally, I do like to share from time to time. A friend just asked me to share what I use so he could do ...

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June 9, 2021

Pre-Post Self Check

Our small group has been discussing screen time. Not the Apple product, but just how much our screens impact our lives. One topic that came up was social media and the reasons why we share things there. I was reminded of a list of questions I came up with last year. The idea is to ...

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March 24, 2021

Try Something New

My friend Kevin has been playing pool lately. We recently discovered The Pocket in Boise and he’s been playing quite a bit. Boise’s Best Pool Experience | Incredible Food & Drinks The Pocket has been Boise’s home for the best pool in town for decades! Come enjoy one of our 20 tables today. Order from ...

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March 17, 2021

Through A Mirror Dimly

It feels like it’s been ages, but we’ve begun meeting again with friends as a Life Group. We kicked things off with discussion about identity, based on a sermon by John Mark Comer.  I recently read his book, The Relentless Elimination of Hurry. SO. GOOD. Highly recommended read. Anyway, John led off his discussion on ...

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February 15, 2021

Slave Or Subject

We’re often deceived into thinking that being subject to a king means to give up freedom and individuality. When I picture kings and subjects, I think mostly of movies where kings were rich and ruled with an iron fist and used poor peasants to do their bidding. That’s a filtered view though. It’s like thinking ...

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February 1, 2021

Steam Boat Gulch

This weekend’s activities included sledding at Steam Boat Gulch. With us went one of our favorite families to adventure with… the McNeese crew. The skies were a beautiful blue with scattered puffy clouds and the sun was bright and warm. We had an excellent day with excellent friends. While we had a wonderful time, there ...

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January 23, 2021

Jump Creek January

Travis and I ventured out to Jump Creek again. We’ve hiked here before but I think it was in Spring time and we weren’t certain how much water would be flowing this time of year. To our delight, it was a beautiful waterfall, even now in January. It has been a relatively mild winter, and ...

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January 22, 2021

Breath Of Fresh Air

Working from home has many great advantages. I’ve loved being able to work from home. To do my job, take care of our animals, and see my wife more often during the day. It’s been really nice. However, I’m really starting to feel the effects of rarely seeing anyone other than my wife and kids. ...

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January 21, 2021

My Own 2021 Call To Action

A historic year is over. 2020 is behind us. There were some terrible events and attitudes in society this past year. As a result, public perception seems to be that a putting 2020 behind us will also mean that we’ll also be putting the negative things to rest as well. The reality though, is that ...

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January 7, 2021

The Problem With Government

Let’s be honest. There’s not just 1 problem. But as I see it, the biggest problem is this: As soon as the government goes beyond protecting “life, liberty, and the freedom to pursue happiness”, it’s a giant game of generalization. It’s a futile effort to apply the same rules to everyone… equally… everywhere. The reason ...

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