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Cuba

The girls are back from Cuba and had a great time. They didn’t take lots of pictures, but lots of other people on the trip did, so we’ll have some more later with more details. But here are Lauren and … Continue reading

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Cuba

The youth group (including Lauren and Rebekah) left this morning for a week in Cuba. Prayers would be greatly appreciated.

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Graduation

We had Lauren’s high school graduation this past weekend. She graduated with four of her friends, and it was a wonderful ceremony. We are thankful for her hard work over the last 12 years, and we are excited about what … Continue reading

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Breaking the Law in New Jersey and Other Adventures

Lauren’s Senior trip was a whirlwind tour of fifteen states between here and New England. From hiking the AT in Vermont to seeing Independence Hall in Philly, we enjoyed history and the great outdoors in several places. We also learned … Continue reading

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Great Scott, She’s a Scot.

Lauren has decided on a school. She will be going to Covenant College in the fall and majoring in community development. Between now and then, we have lots planned: her senior trip in New England, graduation on May 20, the … Continue reading

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Senior Recital

I don’t have the ability to post video, but here are a couple of pictures of Lauren’s last piano recital. She has had a wonderful teacher for the last few years, and we are thankful for how she has grown … Continue reading

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Protocol and Seeing People as People

Every year we take the high school students on a formal event—AKA a fancy night out. Every time we have taken this bunch of kids somewhere, someone always complements them on some aspect of their behavior vis-a-vis the normal teenager … Continue reading

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