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The Power of Anticipating Beauty

The Power of Anticipating Beauty

It’s not what you hold in your hand that makes a good photograph; it’s what you hold in your heart. I often grab my camera with one thought: there is something beautiful waiting to pose for me so I can show it off to the world. The best images I capture begin with...

The Man Who Restored My Sight; Bob Regier

The Man Who Restored My Sight; Bob Regier

My alma mater - Bethel College - didn't know what to do with me when I arrived; I was a non-traditional commuter student and didn't have a Mennonite heritage. A name like McNary didn't fit their roster of Claassen, Busenitz, Thiessen, Unruh, Friesen, and Juhnke....

My Heroes: Pete and Annie Hampton

I'm pretty picky about my heroes. I certainly don't let Hollywood or pro sports tell me who I should idolize. I choose my heroes from people I personally know. Mostly, they are people who've gone through hell but found glimpses of heaven along the way.   I wrote this...

Leadership as an Activity, Not a Position

If you have to say you’re in charge, you’re probably not.  -Tammy Duvanel Unruh I hated choosing teams during recess.  The teacher would choose either the two most popular kids to be the “captains” or, in an occasional move of gratuitous justice, would chose two of...

A Huggable Hero: Dixie Lee Spencer

A Huggable Hero: Dixie Lee Spencer

I would have climbed Mount Everest for her. Swim the English Channel? Let me get warmed up. All it took to motivate me was her smile and a Snoopy sticker. She loved Snoopy, Charlie Brown’s dog. She was my junior high teacher, Dixie Lee Spencer, and is still in the Top...

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