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March 24, 2017 | By the Rev. Dr. Scott Stoner

Knowing When to Call a Time Out

I received more than my fair share of time outs when I was a kid. I had a hard time sitting still in school and felt bored much of the time. As a result, I was often given a time out and had to endure the excruciating experience of sitting in the hall with nothing to do. In high school, when I got a time out it meant I had to silent study hall...

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