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The season of Advent, the beginning of a new liturgical year starts November 30th and it is time to get ready. How serious will you be about this journey toward the manger and the birth of Christ? In The Liturgical Year, Joan Chittister, says: The function of Advent is to remind us what we’re waiting(...)

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One of the things that I think about on The World Race is "what are we doing here?".  I don't think about it in a the sense that I don't know - because I know it in part, but I want to dig deeper into that question.  "What are we really doing here?"  Why are we in Thailand or Cambodia or, wherever, working with people who have a different native tongue, people that don't look like us.  Why are we here with these people that think so differently as a culture; "What are we real

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Before training camp I was excited for The Race, but school overpowered my thoughts. This made The Race seem like a distant dream of the future. I found myself thinking about it, but thinking about it like you might think of graduating from college as a freshman in high school…it just did not seem real. The weeks leading up to camp were hectic. I had to finish a whole weeks worth of school a whole week early while I’m taking a whole lot of classes (16 credits). I probably wrote abo