I’ve Been Tagged!

I’ve been tagged by J.J. over at SmuloSpace. I am posting five things that you might not know about me.I've Been Tagged! | missionalchallenge.com

1. I was a Christian illusionist in High School and performed magic shows all over Southern California with my best friend, Paul Kaak.

2. My wife and I took an incredible vacation this past summer to Tuscany.

3. Our family loves going to Hume Lake Christian Camp. That’s where we are celebrating the New Year!

4. I’m not a good whistler.

5. I like watching “Submarine Movies” which I’ve been told is not a genre, but who cares? The Hunt for Red October, Crimson Tide, U-571and K-19. (I’d like 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea)

I am now tagging David Malouf, Steve Bagdanov, Brian Howard, Mike Brown, and Bob Carder.


Dave DeVries

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Dr. Dave DeVries is a coach, trainer, author and founder of Missional Challenge. He is passionate about coaching and training church planters and missional leaders. With 30+ years of church planting and leadership development experience, Dave brings his passion and encouragement to those he trains and coaches.
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  1. Bob Carder
    Bob Carder says:

    I love the wine glasses filled with the health of life. I sure hoe you didn’t just look at em!

    Beute of a pic. What a blessed man you are in some of the most beautiful country in the world.

    You got the drink and location right. You have the family deal right. I also believe you have the mission right.

    If I can ever help you I will. Other than that I pray and pray and pray!

    Maybe we should have a glassof wine in Atlanta. Can we?

  2. DaveDV
    DaveDV says:

    The location where we stayed in Tuscany was at the Romitori Di Serelle. We were in the Chianti region between Florence and Sienna. The hospitality and service was incredible!

    The wine in our glasses was made from grapes grown in the vineyard surrounding the villa. It was delicious!

    I appreciate your prayers and support, Bob!

    I look forward to connecting in Atlanta!

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