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at Thursday, April 28, 2016

The Dad I Never Knew

The death of Rev. Daniel Humbert's dad taught him the meaning of leaving boldly:  My dad died 24 years ago at the age of 59. We were both far too young for him to die. For him it was a chronological thing, for me it was a maturity thing. He died of colon cancer. It was six months from diagnosis to death. His death, however, is the reason I have already had 3 colonoscopy procedures and another on the horizon! My dad never knew either of my children and... Read More
at Thursday, April 28, 2016

The Older I Get, The Less I Know

Rev. Doug Meyer gets personal as he shares his own blind spots that stunt his knowledge growth. He is learning humbly: I spent the first half of my life gathering information. I learned all sorts of things, from the basics of life to career fundamentals to the challenges of relationships to what foods I should not eat late in the evening. Then one day I hit a tipping point (or a wall). I realized I did not know as much as I thought I knew.  There is much more that I do not know... Read More
at Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Little Einsteins Learn Humbly

Randee Paraskevopoulos's 6th grade Confirmation group reminded her how to learn humbly: Working with kids and youth is not where I like to serve. That’s just a nice way to say I really don’t like it. I stood up in worship a while back when we studied spiritual gifts and admitted kids are not my comfort zone and definitely not my passion.  The only exception I’ve made is to work with each of my daughters as they went through Confirmation – a year-long study that ends with the 6th... Read More
at Thursday, April 21, 2016

Confessions of a 27-Year-Old Idiot

I’m 27 years old and I don’t know how to love completely. This is a public confession from me to you. Please read it as a confession and not as a political stance, official position of Trietsch or a marketing ploy. This is me, Alyssa Robinson.    When I was a teenager, I knew everything. Just ask my parents (shout out to the real MVPs – Denise & Chris Robinson). I knew what I believed. I knew where I was going in life. I knew I didn’t need advice because I could figure... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Monday, April 18, 2016