Thanksgiving Tag

a person holding up a sign that says give thanks

Stories are gateways to gratitude

By Sarah Gavigan, Youth Frontiers Communications Specialist

Each year, Thanksgiving reminds us to give voice to our gratitude for the people and the experiences that elevate our lives. We say thanks countless times around this holiday – heck, we can’t even mention the holiday without saying “thanks” (no, saying Turkey Day doesn’t count). But how often do we make our English teachers proud and show rather than tell our gratitude?READ MORE

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What I’m Thankful For

Thanksgiving is a time for me to press the pause button. Often, my life feels too full and it seems like I’m just rushing off from one thing to another. I have to remind myself to take the time to stop and reflect on what’s good and working well in my life. I need to take the time to be thankful.READ MORE

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I am a Mediocre Parent… And so are you… And that’s ok.

Guest blog written by Sally Koering, Youth Frontiers Experiences Manager

At Thanksgiving this past year, my large family – including seven cousins to my three kiddos – got together to celebrate. I had the brilliant idea to have the kids write down what they were thankful for, and then we’d share them at dinner. (I’m so deep and thoughtful!) So, off the kids went and came back a few minutes later with their evidence of gratitude for all that is good and right in their lives.READ MORE

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Happy Thanksgiving!

For me, what makes Thanksgiving so important is the coming together of people in relationship, whether it’s as a family, community or nation. This is what Youth Frontiers does every day with students and educators on our retreats. READ MORE

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