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Daddy’s Got You

Yesterday, we took our family to Knoebels amusement park where my two oldest boys (ages 7 and 5) decided to ride the log flume. My 5-year-old was a little hesitant to ride so I told him I would come along. Immediately after we pushed away from the loading area, he said he didn’t want to […]

Precision and Passion

Earlier today, I watched this video of a watch being made: [tentblogger-youtube UwpP_s8LV_Y] At first it seems dull, almost boring, watching those pieces being meticulously placed. However, after a minute or two, it almost seems comforting and even surreal that something made with such small and precise parts can even be assembled by hand. It […]

Anamchara – Soul Friend

I read a recent article here that introduced me to a new, amazing word: “Anamchara.” It’s an Irish word that means “Soul Friend” and describes exactly that. This friend might be a coach, a teacher, a mentor, a spiritual director that one feels comfortable enough to open one’s heart and shared the vulnerability of one’s […]

Snow Piles and Stress!

They’re predicting that we’re going to get another 12 inches or so of snow starting tomorrow night. Some of you read that and think, “No biggie… we don’t even close school for that,” while others are thinking, “I haven’t seen that much snow in my entire life… total!” Generally, it’s a pretty big storm for our […]

Learning from Diapers

A while ago, my son has began fighting the changing of his diaper. He used to do fine when he needed changed. You would think that he’d be excited about getting out of his own feces and into something clean, but no. As soon as we start to lay him down on the changing table, […]


Ok, so I know that this is my first blog post. It’s something I definitely hope to continue doing, I just haven’t yet. So feel free to browse around the other parts of the site for a while until I get more done here.

Tim Hart

Encouraging, Challenging Speaking to Students Across the Country

Tim Hart has worked with students for over a decade. He has spoken to thousands of teenagers at camps, retreats, and all-nighters across the country. He currently lives in Reading, PA with his wonderful wife Kristen and amazing kids: Ayden, Brody, and Candace. Tim loves Jesus, his family, Coca-cola, and anything Apple makes.

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