Monthly Archives: April 2011

From Seeds to Fruition in 18 Years

I can’t say that I have ever experienced financial return on investment. Perhaps that wasn’t in the plan for Carrie Wagner. But the return on personal investment we have just received far outweighs the euphoric status of monetary wealth (I’m … Continue reading

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Experiential Learning

My Spring break has given me a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the past 3 months. It’s through our reflection that we internalize what we have learned and seek application of our lessons. This week I have thought a lot … Continue reading

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FAST, SLOW, FILL

  I challenge you to pause – just long enough to read this posting. And if you do, please email me and let me know you did. I took the opportunity to join in the 30-Hour Famine (a World Vision … Continue reading

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