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Destructive Virtues

Destructive Virtues

We often look to Bible heroes with rose-colored glasses. Abraham was so faithful! Paul was the first

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Lord Send Me

Lord Send Me

When I was a young girl I was so shy and quiet, I prayed that the teacher

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Living in a Blue Zone

Living in a Blue Zone

Dan Buettner, the founder of Blue Zones, helps Americans live longer, healthier lives. His groundbreaking

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Meet the Graduates!

Meet the Graduates!

What a wonderful time… graduation. Wisconsin Conference is proud to present the graduates

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Wakonda Work Bee May 15-19

Wakonda Work Bee May 15-19

Wisconsin winters are tough on our camp grounds, but every year we get Summer Camp ready with the help of volunteers

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Gut / Brain Health

Gut / Brain Health

For decades, our understanding of the digestive system was based on the machine model of the

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The Joy of Good Health

The Joy of Good Health

Lifestyle is a choice. Nila* (*not her real name to protect privacy) had battled with weight

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Put Your House in Order

Put Your House in Order

Maybe you’ve heard the saying, “put your house in order.” That saying comes from a story in the

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The Joy of Good Health

The Joy of Good Health

Cardiovascular disease remains the number one killer disease and is the nation’s leading

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Can Art Be Ministry?

Can Art Be Ministry?

When I was 12 years old, art was my future. I was drawing all the time, and in different mediums. Pencil,

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You Are Here –>

You Are Here –>

Recently I read a passage in Richard Tarnas’ book, Passion of the Western Mind, that really got me thinking

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Now That’s Confidence!

Now That’s Confidence!

At age 92, former catcher, Ted “Double Duty” Radcliffe could still tell you baseball stories you

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Food As Medicine

Food As Medicine

The phrase, “Let thy food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”, is often attributed to Hippocrates

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Pathfinder Leadershop

Pathfinder Leadershop

Pathfinder Leadershop is for Pathfinder leaders, staff, and teen leaders!. Plan now to come, learn

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Amber’s Story

Amber’s Story

As Master Sgt. Amber Meyer, an Air Force Reserve C-130 Flight Engineer, watched Laymen Ministries

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Lessons Learned Over Tea

Lessons Learned Over Tea

When I was first starting out as a pastor, I was hired locally at a church in Tennessee. I was new in ministry

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What Time Is It?

What Time Is It?

This year’s camp meeting theme is, “It’s Time.” I have two thoughts regarding this year’s theme.

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Pictures of Camp Pitch 2021

Pictures of Camp Pitch 2021

Camp Wakonda camp pitch began June 15, 2021. Camp pitch is preparation time for camp meeting, which begins June 18!

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Transition Rewards

Transition Rewards

As I write this, movers are hauling all of our stuff in boxes to our new home. Out the window, construction

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Choose Jesus

Choose Jesus

Lately I asked my teachers the following question…”What have you done to help students accept Jesus as their

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Eric Chavez Accepts New Role

Eric Chavez Accepts New Role

Isaiah chapter 6 tells of the Lord looking for someone to go on a great journey to reach his children and bring them back to the

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Keep Your Heart Focused

Keep Your Heart Focused

It’s only March 1, but someone just told me it feels like March 330. This pandemic has been nothing short of a

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Giving that Pleases God

Giving that Pleases God

Several years ago, I had car trouble out in the middle of nowhere. I walked to a gas station and

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Lucas’ Wish

Lucas’ Wish

Most children, when faced with an uncertain future and the opportunity to have a wish come true, would

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