Monthly Archives: December 2008

A call to action

Yesterday was our annual family Christmas Party. It was a nice gathering, but this year it took on a little bit more meaning for me. As we gathered for this annual event I could not help but think about the … Continue reading

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Let’s Get Physical.. Physical

According to latest research findings teenage obesity in America is increasing drastically. The rates at which teenage obesity is increasing are stunning. About 15%, to give exact figures 9 million teens in America below 15 years are obese. This figure … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas -2008

For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.Of the increase of his government … Continue reading

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A State of Emergency

We have had a major winter storm blow through our area this week. Lots of snow and ice have dumped on the metro area literally shutting down the city.Yesterday, the Mayor of Gresham…yes… Gresham… declared a State of Emergency due … Continue reading

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The BP Journey

As if blogging on the Scoutmaster Minute was not enough. I am going to try to journal my Backpacking adventures also.Today I started a new blog called the BP Journey. It will be my journal of backpacking. Tips, trips, and … Continue reading

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The 27th show of the Scoutmaster Minute Podcast is up and ready for download. It is my Christmas greeting to all the faithful dedicated listeners of the Scoutmaster Minute Podcast and readers of the Blog.It has been a great year … Continue reading

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The Commissioners Corner

The other night I was asked by my good Scouting friend in Green Bay to be a guest on his New podcast.Shawn is a Unit Commissioner in the Voyageur District of the Bay Lakes Council, as well as the Dad … Continue reading

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