Another chance to remember

by Steve Brock August 3, 2012

Stop. Right now. What aren’t you grateful for that you should be? Take a minute. Remember moss and other things that aren’t all that visible right now. You don’t have to wait for that next trip. Give thanks. Right now.

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Notice the glory

by Steve Brock May 8, 2012

I finally saw the movie Tree of Life. Twice. Had to. I didn’t notice so many things the first time. And what it shows me is how much I rarely notice every day.

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You had to be there – Part 4

by Steve Brock January 17, 2012

“You had to be there” means more than being someplace physically. It means being present. Modern air travel allows many chances to be present…if we will. And when we are, as I discovered on a recent flight, you learn some remarkable things…

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You had to be there – Part 3

by Steve Brock January 12, 2012

Another, simpler way to understand the phrase “You had to be there” is to recognize the value of engaging a place with all our senses. So here are some ways for you to do that…experientially.

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You had to be there – Part 2

by Steve Brock December 29, 2011

“You had to be there” takes on a whole new meaning when we realize the implications of this phrase to the Christmas message and for our own travels.

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Having a great time, wish you were her

by Steve Brock November 16, 2010

A misplaced quip in a postcard home from a trip reveal a good deal about how we travel with others and how even traveling companions who are very different from you can still lead to you having a meaningful journey…if you know how.

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Crossing Borders

by Steve Brock November 5, 2010

A trip to LA’s Union Rescue Mission reveals that missions trips, crossing borders and presence aren’t always tied to physical distance.

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