Tag Archives: Flint Hills

Among the Shadows of Old Boulders

It is not often the easy view of others that gives us a true understanding of the loads they carry. It takes more than accidental knowing, something more like caring. Continue reading

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Prayer While Riding Through the Flint Hills

Seeing the quiet beauty of the Flint Hills reminds me of Him who has made such places. Continue reading

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Of Pain and Beauty

Even at the end of a long, tiring day, going a bit out of our way for beauty is well worth the effort. Continue reading

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The Right Formula

Doing a 35-mile bike ride without using a hydration formula proves to be a really bad idea! Like trying to endure life without relying on God’s strength… Continue reading

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Wichita Sunset

Even a slight bit of light at the end of a gray day has a way of making things seem better. Continue reading

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Something Stronger than Blankets

Even when it seems we share nothing more than the road, our concern can reach out to others. Continue reading

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Passing through the Flint Hills in Late Autumn

In the vastness of the Flint Hills, I marvel at the courage and hope of the homesteaders, those whose determination wanted something more than easy lives. Continue reading

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