Monthly Archives: January 2014

Misaligned Objectives May Lead to Unintended Results

A colleague recently shared an article of interest titled “How to Raise a Pagan Kid in a Christian Home”. ┬áThat article, in full, can be reviewed by clicking HERE. The blog author interviewed Phil Vischer (the creator of “Veggie Tales”) … Continue reading

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The Day Everything Changed

One year ago, I had been contacted by colleagues that a board meeting would be held in the following week to change membership policy at BSA with no discussion among, input from or consent of thousands of Chartering Organizations. ┬áThe … Continue reading

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History Hikes

What is a “History Hike”? It is a hike that requires scouts to learn about the history of the area as they progress along the trail. Often, there is a “history scavenger hunt” form that each scout or each patrol … Continue reading

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2013 Blog Stats in Review (via WordPress)

WordPress.com prepares a “year in review report” for this blog site. Here’s an excerpt from their automated report generator: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 15,000 times in 2013. If … Continue reading

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