Martial Arts: A way of life

The martial arts are more than just a sport or a way to stay physically active. They are more than a gi and a belt rank. They are more than a dojo or a gym. They are more than a style or a title. Martial arts is about becoming one with yourself, with nature, withContinue reading “Martial Arts: A way of life”

My Journey in the Arts

I recently had a pinned tweet asking my followers if they had any questions about martial arts and self-defense training. I got quite a few responses from several followers, and I hope to answer as many as possible on my Martial Arts Practitioner blog page. A number of followers asked me what martial arts styleContinue reading “My Journey in the Arts”

Pride Month and the Crises the LGBTQ+ Community Face in 2021

Published on Quade Media The month of June is dedicated to celebrating Pride and the LGBTQ+ community. Pride is a time of acceptance, love, and jubilation. But amidst the happiness, parades, and events, there is a crisis at hand. ABCs: “Anti-” Bills Crises Back in April, hundreds of anti-LGBTQ+ bills were filed in state legislaturesContinue reading “Pride Month and the Crises the LGBTQ+ Community Face in 2021”

Team RWB: The 1776 Challenge

Published on Quade Media On June 17, Team Red, White & Blue (RWB) will hold its third annual 1776 Challenge, an 18-day fitness event for veterans and supporters of all ability levels. This challenge is meant to showcase support for the men and women who have and are serving our country. Last year, a veteranContinue reading “Team RWB: The 1776 Challenge”

Glassworks Issue 22

Spring 2021 It is here! Check out the new issue of Glassworks Magazine or click the link below! Sign up for the monthly newsletter for updates on new content posted every month! Click here to read Glassworks Issue 22! Associate Editor It was such an honor working on this Glassworks issue. From beginning to end,Continue reading “Glassworks Issue 22”

ESL Program: The American Experience

Published in The Spartan Spirit, February 2019 issue ( Imagine going to a different country that is halfway around the world, far away from home. You are placed into a family that will be hosting you for the next four years, teaching you their language, their ways of life and showing you their home. It’s hardContinue reading “ESL Program: The American Experience”

Pastor Steigler of Redeemer Lutheran Church Retires

Published by The Grapevine – Page 3 The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer will undergo new governance this July. Pastor Gary N. Stiegler, 71, will be retiring from his 16-year career as a pastor on June 30. Pastor Gary served eight of those years at the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in Vineland. He accepted theContinue reading “Pastor Steigler of Redeemer Lutheran Church Retires”