I can honestly say that I love going to Laumeier!!! From my college days til now, I have loved exploring this park on warn spring days. I remember the enormous sand castle exhibits they have had over the years, and anyone who views their fire and ice display doesn't soon forget it. If you live close enough, definitely check it out. It's kinda tricky to find, but once you do, you'll be back. Take the first right after getting off 44 at Watson, then left at the stop sign. It's on your right. Enjoy!!
Go and see a movie at the Tivoli. See what a movie should feel like. I guarantee it will add to your experience when you see it as generations have before you. I can remember all of the films I saw at the Tivoli (which is I LOV IT backwards). It will leave an impression and I'm pretty sure it will be a good one. Come on up to the University City loop and buy your ticket at the box office. They usually show the best films. See them in the best venue.
When I first stumbled upon Summit, I was a less than enthused companion to my now wife. I had never experienced a church like this one. The staff are amazing people and although I no longer call Summit home, I know that God works in very real ways in the lives of each and every one of them. I would not be the man of faith I now am witout the fingerprints of Dean, John, and Linda. If you are questioning God, or more to the point, why God cares for you, make the journey to the Summit. It's a much easier trek than you realize and you won't have to make it alone. I know I didn't.
I consider First Assembly to be my church home. I was married there and many people I love can be found there each and every week. Senior Pastor Lowell Perkins (and the rest of the staff) lives a life that praises God, not only in his words and sermons, but in his thoughts and actions, as well. The family of believers is large and strong, but welcoming at the same time. There is something about First Assembly that is not common to churches. Anyone who can should stop in and see fr themselves.
The little church with the big heart is a spiritual home whenever I am at home. Pastor Bruce Scott has a heart as big as the whole outdoors. Speak to a member of the church and you'll find out that God is doing some amazing things there. Just take a peek at the new church building and try and not be amazed by God. It is not possible. For anyone looking for a new church with more mature vallues and more stability in those values, stop by Shiloh. You'll be glad you did.
My time at Bowling Green State University has been amazing. I have grown up a lot and have become a more complete person. It's funny how you can learn so much about yourself when you change environments. That is what happened here. I have been encouraged yo explore and to take risks as I discover who I truly am. I think everyone needs a similar opportunity.
I love having an account here at County Credit Union. So much in fact that I maintain it through direct deposits five years and two states later. They make every account holder feel important. I am always kept informed of changes and it makes you feel valued. Not everyone does that. When you find a place that does it as well as County Credit Union does, you don't just throw it away. If you are able, you could do a lot worse than to open an account here.
We took our oen-year old here to have his vision tested, We were made to wait for an hour before seeing the doctor, who had no bedside manner and chose to dictate to us instead of discussing with us her opinion of the situation. Her treatments were difficult to complete and her reactions to these dtruggles were inappropriate. I am thankful that a situation was discovered. My disappointment lies in how this situation was addressed.
My time in the Wheaton College graduate school, more specifically the doctoral psychology program, was unbelievable for me. I grew by leaps and bounds as a clinician, a Christian, and as a person. The faculty here is encouraging and motiviating. Not to mention inspiring. I feel that the people I met at Wheaton are some of the finest I have ever come into contact with. For anyone looking to learn the dilemma of integration of faith and psychological practice, get to Wheaton ASAP.
Dr. Baird and the rest of the professional staff at Heritage made me comfortable and valuable, even in my uncertainty and discomfort. During my time here I actually came to look forward to what I would learn each time I came. I was never disappointed. There was always something to learn. I feel like I grew while I was there and that is directly attributable to the individuals that make up this practice. Highly recommended.