Author Archive: mym4log

A Place In My Heart

Hey guys! My name is Erin Bendy, I recently graduated from Culver Community High School in Culver, IN, and my LOG participant was #85 (*clap*). I’ve also had the privilege of serving as the Care Leader for LOG #91 (*clap*). In the fall, I’ll be attending Valparaiso University and double-majoring in English and Secondary Education. …

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Life Beyond LOG – Ashley

At the Seniors On A Rise event last weekend, our seniors spent some vertical time thinking about who they wanted to be as they move beyond LOG and into the rest of their life.  Ashley Decker (LOG #69) wrote the following: LOG has helped me develop into the person I want to be. That is …

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Life Beyond LOG – Andrew

At the Seniors On A Rise event last weekend, our seniors spent some vertical time thinking about who they wanted to be as they move beyond LOG and into the rest of their life.  Andrew Rakowski (LOG #76) wrote the following: As I transition from high school to college and beyond, I ask God to …

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LOG / SOS Team

LOG / SOS 2017 team wearing blankets they made for the homeless Not pictured:  Josh B, Abby D, Virginia G, April H, Monica H, Marissa K, Isabel S, Andy R, Brittany S, Brandon W and Terry M The LOG / SOS 2017 team meets on Monday evenings, led by Coleaders Erin Pinter and Ricardo Carbajal …

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LOG #92 at Bashor Home

The LOG #92 Team (not pictured:  Caroline P, Cara L, Shyane V, Audrey O, Bella W, Bri B, Seth B, Edward M, Shelby & Jason G and Terry M The LOG #92 team is meeting on Tuesday nights, led by coleaders Kim Archer and Meg Russell (see last week’s LOGblog post for info about these …

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Three Truths and One Lie

No – this doesn’t mean that one of the four people pictured above is a lie! Here are the four seniors who have answered the call to serve as coleaders for the spring/summer of LOG.  Under each bio are three truths and one lie – check back next week to discover which is which.  And …

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The Foundation They Need

My name is Wendi and my two teenagers, Erin and Emily have participated in LOG. We live in Culver, IN, which is about an hour and 15 minutes away from where LOG meets. LOG has become a huge part of our family and something that I am completely grateful for. Erin was first invited to …

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The Day After

This is my friend, Ruth.  She has celebrated 101 Easter mornings! Most of them were much like the one you and I just had last weekend – a mix of worship, friends and family – and maybe some candy as well. This means she has also lived 101 “day afters”.  And most of them were …

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Lent, The Triduum, and Other Strange Words for Otherwise Good Ideas

There are some things I’m really hoping you’ve figured out by this point in your life: 1) The Chicago Cubs winning the World Series is not to be taken for granted; 2) Cheez Whiz and Easy Cheese are not the same thing but, you know, whatever; and 3) There are many, many expressions of the …

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Remember Everyday

It’s almost here! EASTER! I love Easter. It’s always been one of my favorite holidays. Not so much the Easter bunny, hunting for eggs, the messy dying of eggs, or anything of that sort. I love the story of Jesus. I love Holy Week. I love the freedom and redemption we get from the power …

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