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Aug. 16-22, 2010 Recap-A Great Week

By Bryon, August 22, 2010 10:38 pm

This weekend gave me a great ending to a pretty good week. The recap: Monday 26 mile run my longest training run ever-and it felt pretty good and took my mom out for her birthday  Tuesday-became the varsity cross country coach at my alma mater-8 runners came. Wednesday-16 runners came to practice, Thursday-18 runners came to practice, Friday-ended first with of cc practice with a good hard 800′s workout, ended the day on the river skiing, Saturday-run 9 miles to cap off my highest running week ever-54 miles, water skied pretty much all day, Sunday-skied again and went to Rich’s ski show.

Saying Goodbye

By Bryon, July 21, 2008 6:24 am

Saying good-bye is never easy.  This past weekend I began this process at St. John’s.  The hardest part of all this is leaving those whom I have ministered to over the past 3 years and at the same time letting them know that I still care for them.  The relationships I have made will never be forgotten.  God has blessed me greatly through many of the people at St. John’s.  It may be challenging to say good-bye to so many, but I am also excited to see what God has in store for me next.  I look forward to see where I will minister next.

Lifest

By Bryon, July 21, 2008 6:21 am

Steven\'s first night back.Last week, I went to Lifest in Oshkosh, WI.  This music festival has become a great tradition for Olivia and I.  We have only missed two of the ten years.  We also took 3 of the students from our ministry at St. John’s in Springfield.  It was a great week with the girls and we heard some awsome music–newsboys, Casting Crowns, Robbie Seay Band, Stellar Kart, Superchick, Pocket Full of Rocks, Mandisa, Rebecca St. James, Ayiesha Woods, Skillet, and Steven Curtis Chapman.  This was Steven’s first concert back since the death of his five year old daughter, Maria.  He, along with his sons, and the rest of the band recieved many standing ovations.  Steven showed a lot of strength as he ministered to us through music and the words of his heart.  What a great weekend.  We also heard some great speakers–Bob Lenz, Reggie Dabbs, Bill Yonker, and Mark Hall of Casting Crowns.  I got to talk to Mark again after his session, too.  The weather Friday night got a little crazy but we survived.  I am already looking forward to next year.  Tobymac and Third Day are already on the schedule for 2009.

The Lutheran Song

By Bryon, May 22, 2008 8:57 pm

Check out this video of Lost and Found singing about famous people who are Lutheran.

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