Legacy Fellows

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Breaking Down Walls – Sarah Davis

by Mackenzie Shaver on March 7, 2017

  I love where God has taken me in my life, but never in a million years would I have thought that I would be living in Van, TX. Previously, I had worked as a camp counselor at Sky Ranch …

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Becoming a Sky Rancher – Brittney Lowey

by Mackenzie Shaver on February 21, 2017

When I was searching for what to do right after college, I did what millennials do best – refer to Google. I typed “camping ministry and master’s options” into the google search bar, and it took me only about 30 …

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God Doesn’t Need Me – Abigayle English

by Mackenzie Shaver on February 7, 2017

  Wanna hear one of the most prideful thoughts my mind comes up with some times? (I knew that would hook you). Well here it is, sometimes I truly believe that: God needs me to do xyz. I know what …

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When Refinement is Hard by Annie Harrington

by Mackenzie Shaver on January 23, 2017

  I’ve officially been a fellow for four months and 27 days (probably more by the time you read this). During the fellowship I’ve been challenged beyond measure. I came into this place as a 22 year old who didn’t …

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Banana Pancakes – Lizzy Cook

by Mackenzie Shaver on April 27, 2016

  Gathered around the table, coffee in hand, plates full of chocolate chip and banana pancakes, each person said one thing they were thankful for. For me, the answer was easy–community.   The word community has been used so often …

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Change – Jaclyn Boese

by Mackenzie Shaver on March 29, 2016

  Hello friends, wow what a year it has been! One word to describe 2016 so far? Change. For a person who likes routine, change can seem confusing, disconcerting, and at times, rather muddy.   This year in the Fellowship …

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Choosing Him – Lynette Benson

by Mackenzie Shaver on March 15, 2016

I always wanted to be the best I could be for whoever valued my “worth” here on this earth. I believed that you should always finish on a high note in order for anything to be done well. While playing …

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Never Settled – Peter Wise

by Mackenzie Shaver on February 17, 2016

Do you ever look back to where you were a month ago, a year ago, maybe five years ago?  Do you wish you could tell yourself things you know now?  “Hey, it’s going to be ok.  We get through this.  …

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Learning to Dream – Caitlin Steves

by Mackenzie Shaver on February 2, 2016

The first eighteen years of my life were entirely planned out.  Born and raised in the same town, I went to the same schools with the same people, and I didn’t experience much change.  College was highly encouraged, so I …

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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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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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