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Understanding the Experiences of Life with Ken and Sandy Taylor

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Understanding the Experiences of Life with Ken and Sandy Taylor

Why is the work of Ken and Sandy Taylor important, aside from the fact that they are Dr. Bruhl’s parents? What are they doing in Kenya, and why is it significant? What is it about their work that is so great that Dr. Bruhl and Dr. Kahrs would invest their time as well? Greatness is established over time through the process of understanding the experiences of life and evaluating priorities, making sacrifices, and desiring to create an impact in the world. Greatness can be defined using the acronym GREAT: Greater Purpose Rigor Endurance Authority Trust in God Often we attribute greatness to historical figures and leaders of our times; however, sometimes when we take a closer look at our families, we find everyday heroes like my father, who received his...

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Developing Character: Judging NCFCA Participants

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Developing Character: Judging NCFCA Participants

Twice this year I have had the honor and the privilege to judge for a National Christian Forensics and Communications Association (NCFCA) in Olympia, and in Richland, Washington. What a treat to see these home schooled children (ages 13-18) deliver their speeches! Duly impressed and thoroughly impacted by their work, I had extreme difficulty in determining placement, e.g., first, second, third, etc. The humorous round of speeches was the one I chose to judge in Olympia. I encountered speeches involving: Shrek fairy tales Arsenic and Lace Shakespeare’s version of Star Wars All memorized and complete with changes in characterization, including sounds of Chewbacca! Stunning, absolutely stunning, is all I can say to describe what I experienced. From the...

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