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Recap of our three-day Wonderland Trail Run.
The Wonderland Trail circumnavigates Mount Rainier in Washington. Although the trail doesn’t go up Mount Rainier, it sti…
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Eastern Divide 50K
“The secret of man is the secret of his responsibility.” -Václav Havel This weekend, I’ve learned that you can be both undertrained and overtrained. A few week ago, I signed up for the Eastern Divide 50k because I wanted a longer race in June as training. M...
“The secret of man is the secret of his responsibility.” -Václav Havel This weekend, I’ve learned that you can be both undertrained and overtrained. A few week ago, I signed up for the Eastern Divide 50k because I wanted ...
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REGISTRATION OPEN! And more info for our 2015 EMI Conference in Washington DC! Join us!
http://emiworld.org/network_conference.php
Engineering Ministries International (eMi) is a non-profit Christian development organization made up of architects, engineers and design professionals who donate their skills to help children and families around the world step out of poverty and into a world of hope.
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Newness of Life
Two Sundays ago, I skipped church for a run at Crowders. Lately, I've gotten into the habit of getting in a run before church. I like the post-run me: content, happy, cleansed. So much so that when I realized I wouldn't have time to run before church, I sti...
Two Sundays ago, I skipped church for a run at Crowders. Lately, I've gotten into the habit of getting in a run before church. I like the post-run me: content, happy, cleansed. So much so that when I realized I wouldn't have ...
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Have you ever dreamed of being rich? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to know that money poses no barrier between you and your dreams? I think we all have at one time or another, haven’t we? And most of us are convinced that we would use...
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Meet Mama Claude, a tea and coffee farmer in Burundi, and the Carlsons, an American family living in Burundi to care for the well-being of farmers like Mama Claude. Not mentioned int he article: members of eMi East Africa are en route to serve them!
In Burundi, coffee farmers are also tea, bean, corn, and sweet potato farmers.
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Great article.
What kind of adventures produce goodness, rather than build résumés?
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EMI India structural engineer, Andy Kizzee, got an article published in Structure Magazine! Check out what he has to say about seismic design in the majority world! You might remember this from a past EMI newsletter.
‪#‎eweek2015‬ ‪#‎designinghope‬ ‪#‎seismicdesign‬ ‪#‎structuralengineering‬
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‪#‎eMiUK11018‬ ‪delivered their presentation to kids4School today. Here are some of their plans and designs:
"We started today by praying together, that God would really be glorified through this project and the work of Kids4School here in Tanzania, and later with our final presentation. This was our chance to say thank you to Kids4School for hosting us, and to share our vision for their new Christian Academy. Tomorrow, the first of the team leave and we begin the long journey home, with the knowledge that what we leave behind is about so much more than building a school, it's about building people." ‪#‎designinghope‬
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