August 2015


Losing Adventure. Losing Life.

August 27, 2015

Do you remember when you were a kid? The world was full of adventure from jumping progressively higher off the back porch, to chasing neighborhood cats, to climbing the tallest trees you could find. I’m sure that you cherish your own childhood memories and I’m sure that many of them are filled with adventure. But […]

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Cast Vision for Yourself

August 20, 2015

Some time ago my wife and I were encouraged by our marriage counselor to take an extended vacation in order to reset. Up to that point, vacations typically meant weekend jaunts to the mountains. “No,” he said.  ”10 days. Minimum. I want you to shut everything down…and reset.” We had gone to see him not […]

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You Click, REI Gives, You Hike. Win. Win. Win.

August 14, 2015

It isn’t often that we have the opportunity to make win win win situations happen, but this is one of them. First, let’s get one thing straight. Environmental stewardship is important for all of us to practice and has roots in Christian theology. If you’d like to read more about this, read A Biblical Perspective […]

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Where I Fail

August 11, 2015

*Photo by @michellembarton My son, Boone, was 10 weeks old, and this was my first time running since his birth. I set out to run for a whopping ten minutes on one of the most perfect trails in Denver. A gravel path winding through tall wild trees that butts up against parks, and large estates […]

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