07/12/2017
by Jay Fadden

There are a few phrases that have stuck with me like gum on a shoe from my early childhood. When I was in the 4th grade, I would often look at the clock because I wanted the class to end. I was a very active child, and school did not fit into my idea of fun. So I would look at the clock, counting the seconds till class ended. I would do this repeatedly and thus not pay any attention to what was being taught.

Silhouette of a father and son in the sunset
11/1/2017
by Jay Fadden

06/28/2017
by Jay Fadden

Many years ago, I used to play pickup basketball with a group of people I had met over the years. We would get together every Friday during lunch break and play at a local YMCA. The players were of all different talent levels, different ages, and from various backgrounds. I always looked forward to playing not only for the game, but also because of the relationships I had formed with the other players.

Clocks showing time passing
09/27/2017
by Jay Fadden
05/31/2017
by Jay Fadden

 Due to travel, I was not able to write my normal blog. However, I thought you might enjoy this blast from the past!

Three children playing basketball
11/15/2017
by Jay Fadden  
James, Amelia, and Ethan Fadden
09/20/2017
by Jay Fadden

Hi everyone! Below, you will find an article I wrote ten years ago. I would appreciate if you could read it, and then I would like to bring you up to date and reflect on it. I hope you enjoy reading.

06/21/2017
by Jay Fadden

04/13/2017

The fifth word is from John 19:28: I thirst.

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