My involvement with Adventure Unlimited started in the early 1960s, when Cap Andrews asked if I would help start a mountaineering program. John Andrews Jr. and I started the program the next summer.Read More
In 2018, Adventure Unlimited is exploring the idea of what it means to live generously – to live with a clear sense of the abundant good God provides, an awareness of who we are and how we share our good with the world.
…God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work:
–II Cor. 9:8
How can we all live generously? We’re grateful for the inspiration this year’s metaphysical theme provides in showing us how it’s natural to live and act with a sense of unlimited good. Consider these examples of generous living:
- a camper who takes the spirit of camp home with him
- a DiscoveryBound participant expressing the love she feels in DB programs everywhere she goes
- a volunteer giving his time to the organization he cherishes
- a donor sharing her stewarded resources in support of all of these programs
We’ve also found fresh ideas in this article from the Christian Science Sentinel.
Living generously begins with acknowledging the good in our lives. We hope you enjoy the stories below of friends who are living generously, and we invite you to consider what this looks like in your life.
I love talking, thinking and putting into practice generous living. I love it so much I decided to incorporate it into my job so that I could learn more about it and experience it more often. I even started an advisor book club at work focusing on philanthropy so I could keep learning. It makes me happy, it gives me a sense of purpose and I feel fulfilled…Read More
I enjoy taking a few moments to reflect with gratitude on all the incredible experiences and privileges I have experienced since getting that special phone call in 1965. It was from Cap Andrews…Read More