Autumn Newsletter 2014

Autumn is in full form here on the plains of southwest Ohio and the colorful fall foliage, harvest celebrations, holidays, and the playing of football all serve as reminders that change is indeed in the offing. If I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again – this is my favorite time of year! There’s just […]

A Note To My Teacher

Dear Mrs. McAuliffe, It’s almost hard to believe that thirty years have passed since that cold, tragic January morning when you and your crewmates boarded the Space Shuttle Challenger and spread your wings for your final rendezvous with the stars. As a high school student with an avid interest in aviation and space exploration, not […]

Thanksgiving 2014 – Thanks For Nothing!

It’s November and we are thrilled to present the latest edition of SGNScoops for you to read and enjoy. Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and you will find several articles with different views on this holiday. Join Scott and all of the artists as they celebrate the season of thankfulness! Free magazine download available at: http://www.sgnscoops.com/sgnscoops1114.pdf

A Note To My Teacher

Dear Mrs. McAuliffe, It’s almost hard to believe that thirty years have passed since that cold, tragic January morning when you and your crewmates boarded the Space Shuttle Challenger and spread your wings for your final rendezvous with the stars. As a high school student with an avid interest in aviation and space exploration, not […]

Newsletter

Autumn Newsletter 2014

Autumn is in full form here on the plains of southwest Ohio and the colorful fall foliage, harvest celebrations, holidays, and the playing of football all serve as reminders that change is indeed in the offing. If I've said it once, I'll say it again - this is my favorite … [Read More...]

The Writer’s Block

Thanksgiving 2014 – Thanks For Nothing!

It’s November and we are thrilled to present the latest edition of SGNScoops for you to read and enjoy. Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and you will find several articles with different views on this holiday. Join Scott and all of the artists as they celebrate the … [Read More...]

Welcome Home

The Great Pumpkin

Perhaps there is no greater symbol of harvest festivities and autumn holidays than that of the great pumpkin. First introduced as a highly nutritional food and medicinal source to the early-American settlers by their Native American neighbors, the use of the pumpkin quickly … [Read More...]

Latitudes & Longitudes

Ludlow, Vermont

I stepped outside the door of our Timber Inn Motel room and inhaled deeply. It was a spectacular October morning - the air was crisp and cold, the ground was slightly frosted, and the sunlight danced across the colorful leaves and spots of snow that covered the nearby Okemo … [Read More...]

Scott’s Blog

A Note To My Teacher

Dear Mrs. McAuliffe, It’s almost hard to believe that thirty years have passed since that cold, tragic January morning when you and your crewmates boarded the Space Shuttle Challenger and spread your wings for your final rendezvous with the stars. As a high school … [Read More...]

Scott Rhoades Radio

Coming Up On The Next Edition…

You’ve loved the blog and the radio program, now tune in to Scott Rhoades Radio Podcast any day, any time, and from any location all from the convenience of your computer or mobile device. Stay tuned for more information on Scott’s FREE Podcast!     … [Read More...]

KC’s Kitchen

Baked Apple French Toast

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and while we look forward to spending time with friends and family, food preparation can consume much of our day, especially if guests are staying overnight or even for a few days. Not to worry though, because we’ve found an … [Read More...]

Explorations

Join The Adventure!

From the depths of the ocean floors, through the majestic forests and mountains, to the wild blue yonder and the vastness of space, go behind the scenes with Scott and follow his latest adventures in aerospace, hyperbaric, and wilderness medicine. Join Scott and his colleagues as they work … [Read More...]

The Artist’s Circle

Special Guest: Karen Rhoades

Autumn is a very special time of year for me. A different feeling and attitude comes over me and makes me want to reminisce and be thankful by counting my blessings. It’s a pleasant feeling, not at all melancholic. I love to gaze at the leaves as they lazily drift off the trees, in their burnished gold, orange, and green colors. The days are a buttery sunshine, and even though the air is cooler, there is something magical about it all. Even on the rainy, blustery days, it just seems right to light a candle and breathe in the fragrance of a freshly baked dessert, be it oatmeal cookies or banana bars. And after all the cool, refreshing summer iced teas and lemonades, it is wonderful to drink … [Read More...]

The Caregiver Cafe

The Healing Power of Gratitude

As I ran some errands this morning I realized, it’s that time of year again. The surplus Halloween candy is sporting reduced prices while Christmas lights are hanging in displays. I have heard some say, “Where is Thanksgiving?” Indeed, where is Thanksgiving in this world of greed? I have often felt myself slipping down the slope of ingratitude. I hear messages from many sources, “You owe me something” or “I deserve this!” This disease of ingratitude appears to be contagious. Is there a cure? Oh, Yes! Yes, there is!! It is called: GIVE THANKS!! Today, I give thanks for the glory of God and for His word that admonishes us to give thanks in all things (John 5:18). I have to be honest here and just say that I haven’t always understood this concept, but I’m finding it to be the key of unlocking a world I have yet to fully explore. I have picked up a book written by Corrie ten Boom. In her book, The Hiding Place, she described a scene from their lives during the Holocaust at … [Read More...]