It's the eve of the first day of KIVU, and my mind is running in so many different directions. The idea that teenagers are going to have a chance to experience the love of God in a community committed to loving them, I gotta tell you, it's a DREAM. For all the traveling, speaking, […]
Yesterday was the famous Iron Horse Bicycle Classic here in Durango. It's now an event that boasts of over 2000 road bike riders racing the Durango/Silverton train from 6500 ft. over two 10,000 mountain passes all the way north to finish in the old mining town of Silverton, Colorado. Each year we send the entire […]
As the holiday weekend rolls out, let's remember. Remember the lives of those who gave us the freedom we have here. Remember the families who gave the ultimate sacrifice to build the foundations of a great country. Remember the men and women who are standing on the wall to protect. God bless America. Thank you!!
Sorry I've been a little late in writing posts this week. I'm hoping to get back in the groove in a week or so. It's just, we've have 100 college students out here having a BLAST learning about how to do camp–KIVU style. This year I've been made aware that the term "summer camp" […]