Monthly Archives: May 2012

National track championships an inspiring reminder to ‘run the race that is set before us’

On May 24, I hosted a group of parents and friends of the university at the NCAA Division III championships at Claremont in California. Al and Debbie Medina (parents of sophomore student Aaron) brought Subway sandwiches and lots of Gatorade … Continue reading

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The Kingdom of Heaven: Foolishness Perhaps, But So Worth It!

Graduation speeches are always difficult. Speakers come from outside the institution and often struggle to find meaningful things to communicate to the graduates in addition to the fact that they are the only ones that stand between the graduates and … Continue reading

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