Monthly Archives: May 2015

Mentoring with Spanish Speaking Families

Mentoring with a family that does not speak English can be very difficult thing to do. As if the language barrier isn’t enough to adjust to, understanding the family’s culture can be even more challenging. There are a few major … Continue reading

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Cinco de Mayo 2015

Earlier this month we celebrated Cinco de Mayo with mentors, proteges, and families at the Larry Johnson Center. Thanks to all who came and volunteered. You can see some pictures below and more here. 

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Law and God’s Order: Framing Biblical Justice (pt. 2)

Read part one here. The Courtroom of Redemptive History – Viewing Biblical Justice through the redemptive narrative Scene 5 – Creation (Gen 1) Biblical justice begins with the creation narrative. In it, we see a God who creates the world … Continue reading

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Law and God’s Order: Framing Biblical Justice (pt.1)

“Dum – Dum” The sound of Dick Wolf’s Law and Order interlude is what comes to mind when I think of the word justice. On seemingly every television station in perpetuity, the show’s writers found a way to condense several … Continue reading

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Spring Retreat 2015

This past April mentors, proteges, and staff were able to take go out to Mt. Lebanon for our annual Spring Retreat. Thanks to all who came out to make that a special weekend. See the pictures below and click the … Continue reading

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