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Flash shirt sale!

Adoption fundraiser t-shirts: "We have this hope as an anchor"
A missions team has adopted our shirt design as their official team shirt! So, we are ordering another round of adult t-shirts (sorry, we are not including any of the yellow Youth-sized t-shirts with this order) this Tuesday (July 29). The t-shirts are available in S-XXXL and cost $20 each ($22...
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Celebrating the Power of Dad

Life lesson Keep your eye on the ball
Dad has taught me a lot of things over the years. One of the most important things, however, comes from the years he coached me in baseball. Keep your eye on the ball. That’s a pretty important lesson when it comes to baseball. But it’s also pretty important...
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Sorry for the radio silence.

welcome home sign
We moved last weekend. We didn’t move very far away. It was just down the street, actually. But it should probably go without saying that things have been a little bit busy since Moving Day last Saturday. OK. Things have been a lot busy. There’s a lot I’m planning on...
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Today’s the t-shirt deadline!

We have this hope as an anchor t-shirt Hebrews 6:19
Today’s the day! We will be placing the order for the first batch of t-shirts first thing Tuesday morning. If you want to have one of these awesome shirts in time for Summer, what are you waiting for? Get your order placed TODAY before time runs out! There’s a small chance...
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Mihret and Her Mysterious Lost Tooth

Lost Tooth
30+ years ago The Todd House Evansville, Indiana There I was, sitting at the kitchen table in our small house in Evansville. I was eating the last of my Cheerios and planning out the rest of my day without a care in the world. Sesame Street. I had...
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Give that boy a hug

St Louis - To the Arch and back
As part of our preparation to adopt Little Man, Christy and I attended the Empowered to Connect Conference in St. Louis over the weekend. The conference was intense. It was emotional. It was well worth the time, effort, and energy it took to attend. I’m still processing a...
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Our Indiana Comic Con Quest

Indiana Comic Con Quest
Towards the end of February, I approached Christy with this proposal: “After Aly’s (ISSMA-related) choir concert that Saturday morning, how about I take all the kids with me to Comic Con downtown? Aly and Mihret would be free. I’d just have to pay for me and Aiden.” I...
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Top 3 Times I’ve Needed a Walgreens Healthcare Clinic Indianapolis

The Top Three Times I've Needed Walgreens Healthcare Clinic Indianapolis
I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for #CollectiveBias and its advertiser. #HealthcareClinic #CollectiveBias Access to quality healthcare is important. Doctor’s offices, however, aren’t always open when you need access to healthcare. Fortunately,...
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Updating our homestudy

The homestudy that was originally created for Mihret’s adoption has to be updated for Little Man’s adoption paperwork. After rescheduling or meeting with our social worker two other times, we’re just a few minutes away from finally having our meeting with her! I wasn’t nervous about this meeting...
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