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FUNdamentals: Snow Bar

Yeah, it’s winter. Yeah, it’s cold. But that doesn’t mean there’s SNOW chance for a little humor.   Love this for a kids’ winter birthday party (with bottled pop, of course!), a ladies’ Book Club or Bible study luncheon (with bottled iced tea!), or any kind of...

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Chair Volleyball

  The 80-somethings at “the home” have a new sport: chair volleyball.   About a dozen of them sit on each side of a net, all in chairs. They use a nice, soft beach ball. It doesn’t matter how many times your “side” needs to hit it, to get it over the net....

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Radiant Beams: He Can Still Wear the Shirt

Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the things of others.                                     -- Philippians 2:4     Maddy was on a team for the first time. She was a very proud, very short member of the Tigers, a soccer club for...

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Making the Coach Pivot

We were out for a quiet dinner, just my Beloved, our teenage daughter and me. In the party room down the hall, there was a raucous rah-rah meeting going on for the coach of the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers, Tim Miles. Boosters were whooping it up. A few of the...

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All About Susan

Susan Darst Williams is a writer, speaker, creativity coach, and fun-loving mother of four. One of “those” kids who was a class clown, she grew up in the principal’s office, married her high school sweetheart, smartened up at the University of Missouri School of Journalism, and has been a word nerd ever since.

A former reporter for The Omaha World-Herald and the Midlands Business Journal, Susan also has been editor of RFD-TV The Magazine. She has written for a host of free-lancing clients, producing everything from books to articles to song parodies to greeting cards. Check out her Educational News site GO BIG ED!

Her No. 1 passion is using humor and inspiration to represent Jesus Christ to a world that often needs a smile and some hope. Another key interest is helping disadvantaged children do better in school by providing complementary education in the good old 3 R’s.  Susan also gives humorous, inspirational speeches for secular and Christian audiences, Making Hearts Clap

Susan Darst Williams is a writer, speaker, creativity coach, and fun-loving mother of four. One of “those” kids who was a class clown, she grew up in the principal’s office, married her high school sweetheart, smartened up at the University of Missouri School of Journalism, and has been a word nerd ever since.

A former reporter for The Omaha World-Herald and the Midlands Business Journal, Susan also has been editor of RFD-TV The Magazine. She has written for a host of free-lancing clients, producing everything from books to articles to song parodies to greeting cards. Check out her Educational News site: GO BIG ED!

Her No. 1 passion is using humor and inspiration to represent Jesus Christ to a world that often needs a smile and some hope. Another key interest is helping disadvantaged children do better in school by providing complementary education in the good old 3 R’s.  Susan also gives humorous, inspirational speeches for secular and Christian audiences, Making Hearts Clap

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