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"Working with teenagers means having a hard deadline: high school graduation. What do you want to accomplish with your teens by the time they graduate? What does your church leadership want you to accomplish? What do their parents and guardians want? Do your teens, most of whom are just beginning to think critically, even know what they want?

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John Sorry to have missed you when I was in the States last week... I did go to a bar in Junction and drink a Dirty Hippie (brewed in Palisade!) in your honor. Next year, I'll be back again in October. I'm hoping to organize a Las Vegas trip for whoever wants to join. Please give the idea some thought! : )


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Matt John wrote: "Whez my Goodreads prend? Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh!!!!!"

I've been at two weeks of summer camp with jr/sr high :-) I am now beginning the process of healing... Actually, it was a great time but I'm glad to be home. You been anywhere interesting lately?


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John Whez my Goodreads prend? Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh!!!!!


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John I just noticed that you have 66 books and 6 friends. It reminded me to tell you that I will get to see Iron Maiden in concert next month.


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