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The Best is Yet to Come – Sydney Hoffman

by Mackenzie Shaver on May 2, 2017

Earlier in the fall I found myself struggling with comparison and discontentment. I felt trapped in the distraction of the future, always looking to preparing for the “next thing” instead of finding rest and contentment where I was in the …

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How to camp at Sky Ranch with Swag

by Mackenzie Shaver on April 4, 2017

So you’re coming to camp this summer? Good call. You’re getting ready to have the most fun week of your life! And now you have the opportunity to do it in style. Make sure you don’t miss out on the …

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Let Him Take Your Breath Away – Lauren Sarter

by Mackenzie Shaver on April 4, 2017

Seven. I was seven years old the very first time that I got the wind knocked out of me. It was at my little league soccer game (shocking, I know). The referee called a time-out, while some sassy little blonde …

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Carrying Burdens – Chloe Prochaska

by Kate Roden on January 28, 2016

Sigmas are asked to pick up rocks at the bottom of the mountain.  We tell them that the rock they select must stay in their hand the entire hike- including the lunch break and any activity throughout the day.  We …

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Exciting Announcement from Sky Ranch!

by Mackenzie Shaver on December 9, 2015

Please join us in prayerful celebration as we announce that we have executed a contract to acquire a second camp facility in Colorado.  Horn Creek, near the town of Westcliffe, in southwestern Colorado, is a 65-year-old camping ministry with deep …

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Eighteen Inches- Barrett Bass

by Mackenzie Shaver on September 22, 2015

There are eighteen inches between the brain and the heart. So why does it seem like eighteen miles? So often what my mind knows to be true, my heart can’t seem to grasp. I knew in my mind the decision …

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Introducing the 2015-2016 Year 1 Fellows!

by Mackenzie Shaver on September 21, 2015

The 2015-2016 Legacy Fellowship has officially kicked off!  They arrived in August and have been going non-stop since they unpacked their bags.  They have been in some intense training to learn what being a Fellow is all about, and have begun to …

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The Finish Line- Ashley Edwards

by Mackenzie Shaver on September 16, 2015

It is hard to believe that a year has gone by since I started the Legacy Fellowship. In some ways it seems like forever ago, but in other ways it feels like yesterday. This year has been an incredible ride …

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Things Are Not Always Peachy – Erik Swenson

by Kate Roden on July 7, 2015

Living in community makes people think of joy, laughter, sharpening one another, and friendship. These things are obtainable in surface level communities. The first one to usually go out the window is sharpening one another because people do not want …

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10 Things NOT to do as a Legacy Fellow – Amy Shaw

by Kate Roden on April 14, 2015

Advice (noun): an opinion or recommendation offered as a guide to action, conduct, etc. [Source: Dictionary App] I have been a Fellow since August of 2014 which gives me about seven months of official Sky Ranch employee experience. Therefore, I …

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Recent Sky Ranch Blogs

What has the Lord taught me? – Mitch Mayfield

What has the Lord taught me? I imagine most people ask one of these two questions when it concerns the fellowship. “What is the fellowship like?” or “What do you do in the fellowship?”.  Well, I can tell you that …

Zip on – Autumn Eilers

Zip On  “Take me down! Take me down! Take me down!” the fifth grader screamed at the top of the ziplines. He, and many others before him, were paralyzed with fear at the idea of jumping off the platform and zipping …

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