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A few weeks ago I had a wonderful conversation with Kelly who is in school to be a therapist in California. She shares about Forest Bathing and what it is like to use nature to help her work with people and specifically children in her school where she works.  Books Kelly recommends:  Forest Bathing by Dr Qing Li  Last Child in the Woods by Richard Louv   Follow Kelly and her work @thystle__ (https://www.instagram.com/thystle__/)

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As much at home behind the pulpit as he is in his classroom, where he teaches history to students of six different grades, Lewis also loves walking down ancient riverbeds seeking to add to his museum-like collection of stone artifacts left behind by Texas’ ancient inhabitants. He has even helped excavate the fossilized remains of a Mosasaur, a type of marine dinosaur that roamed the shallow seas that once covered his neck of the woods more than 70,000,000 years ago.  We sit down and talk about Indian artifacts, fossils, history and the many adventures Mr. Smith has had on the...

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God is proud of his Creation and we should be too. I am glad there is a whole day dedicated to celebrating God’s creation. Even though it is not a Christian holiday, Earth Day should still matter to Christians.

 

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Emily Cable works for Solid Rock Outdoor Ministries which is the group I did my 40 day backpacking trip in Wyoming with in college. I love everything SROM is doing and wanted to get someone on the podcast who works for them. Emily and I talk about crazy adventures, pooping in the wilderness, amazing moments with God in the middle of His creation and so much more.  Learn more about SROM here:  Website: https://srom.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/srom.org/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/solidrockoutdoorministries/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/THESROMCHANNEL    

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By now you are probably going stir crazy. No matter where you live, we are all practicing (or should be practicing) social distancing and have had minimal interaction with other people and have not left our houses as much as we usually would. This can take a toll on you mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health. However, now is a GREAT time to Explore More and tackle some of those projects, hobbies etc that you keep saying you don't have time for. So lets try to think about positive things instead of dwelling on the negativity and stress that seems to be...

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