Written by Rachel Whitaker, Associate Editor
Our favorite Mud nature columnist, Rich Aguilera, showed up live and in person at the Review and Herald Publishing booth at the GC session in Atlanta. Too bad I wasn't there to meet him! If you are at the GC and see him walking around, don't be afraid to say Hi. In the meantime, visit the Mud page for more nature stuff from Rich.
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Teens, if you live somewhere near New Jersey, you might want to check out the "Youth Empowerment Weekend" in Montclair on June 19.
This free event, sponsored by the First SDA Church of Montclair, in...
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This week I recruited some of my neighbor girls to serve as "models" for Real magazine. Of course, I promised them a free subscription to reward them for their efforts! We had a lot of fun shooting pi...
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A couple days ago I heard a lot of birds singing loudly outside my window. Well, I thought it was a lot of birds, but after a while I realized it was actually just one bird—a northern mockingbird in enthu...
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A few weeks ago on the cover of Guide we asked you to build a unique haystack based on several randomly selected items. Then you were supposed to draw your crazy haystack on the cover.
Here's a haystack create...
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A Guide reader named Jill sent us a funny picture that you might enjoy. It seems that her mom's bird used to enjoy reading (or is that "eating"?) Guide! Here's a photo to prove it.
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I don't usually pay a lot of attention to e-mail forwards, but recently a friend sent me one that was really neat. It included a picture of Jesus. If you look closely, scenes from Jesus' life are hidden within ...
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When I visited Camp Kulaqua a few weeks ago, I made two new friends: Carmen Esposito and Nora Ramos. They were teaching seminars at the training weekend I went to. But most of the time they are teachers at John...
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A couple of weeks ago I made my first visit to Camp Kulaqua, a Seventh-day Adventist camp near High Springs, Florida. I'm sure many of you have been there for summer camp or other events. I was there for a Hisp...
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If you're in Pathfinders, you may have participated in Bible Bowl or Bible Achievement, where club members test their knowledge of the Bible. If so, you know it takes a lot of work to do a good job!
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A couple of weeks ago I spent Sabbath morning at the Paradise Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church near San Diego, California. The juniors and earliteens (pictured below) played a few rounds of the FACTory trivi...
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Last weekend I was at a get-together with friends when the topic turned to food--specifically, strange sandwich combinations. I'd heard of some of them before, but I was shocked when one person mentioned peanut...
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I have to admit, I didn't think the book Zion, Champion for God would be very interesting. I got it for free, and it sat on my shelf for a while. But when I got around to reading it, I found out that it's a rea...
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Is anybody else on Facebook? I found a cool feature--when your birthday is coming up, you can ask all your friends to donate to a cause that you believe in. I invited everybody to contribute to the new cause we...
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A few months ago I got a letter from a woman who used to go to my church. I'll call her Grandma Margaret. She shared an unusual animal story that I thought you would enjoy.
Grandma Margaret and her daughter C...
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I can just imagine the conversation between Robert and his teacher:
"Ms. Rodriguez, you're not going to believe this, but . . . my dog really did eat my homework!"
"You're right, Robert. I don...
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