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Tactics I've Used in Battling Depression

Published: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
It has been about two weeks since I wrote my blog about my latest struggle with depression. The texts, private messages, calls, emails, etc … received from peo

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{{name}} - ONE WORD - that was the challenge for 2014. Pick one word to focus on for 2014. After much thought, I chose the word FEARLESS. I was fresh off two years of
Published: Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Fearlessly Afraid

ONE WORD - that was the challenge for 2014. Pick one word to focus on for 2014. After much thought, I chose the word FEARLESS. I was fresh off two years of

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{{name}} - I'm a Christian and I'm not a Republican. There I said it. Shocking right?
Published: Tuesday, December 17, 2013

I'm not a Republican.

I'm a Christian and I'm not a Republican. There I said it. Shocking right?

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{{name}} - My middle child Presley has always been kind of sickly. You wouldn’t expect such a big personality out of her tiny little frame. You know the saying “if momma
Published: Friday, December 13, 2013

Eating Junk Food

My middle child Presley has always been kind of sickly. You wouldn’t expect such a big personality out of her tiny little frame. You know the saying “if momma

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{{name}} - For pretty much 99.99% of my life, I have been aiming for the goal of living a “balanced life”. I have used phrases such as “everything in moderation” and have
Published: Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Unbalanced and Crazy

For pretty much 99.99% of my life, I have been aiming for the goal of living a “balanced life”. I have used phrases such as “everything in moderation” and have

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{{name}} - Until this week, I never gave much thought to the term elder’s wife. I can be a bit oblivious at times. This week my life changed though. This week I became
Published: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

An Elder's Wife

Until this week, I never gave much thought to the term elder’s wife. I can be a bit oblivious at times. This week my life changed though. This week I became

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{{name}} - There seems to be a lot of worshiping going on at the gym. Maybe that's why they have so many mirrors. Don't you just hate those big muscle bound men constan
Published: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Worshiping at the Gym

There seems to be a lot of worshiping going on at the gym. Maybe that's why they have so many mirrors. Don't you just hate those big muscle bound men constan

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{{name}} - Guest blog post from Karen's mom Pat Cain (Brian's mom-in-law) of Corydon, Indiana.  My daughter Karen called me the other day just as I walked into a depa
Published: Monday, August 12, 2013

I Must Be Going Deaf

Guest blog post from Karen's mom Pat Cain (Brian's mom-in-law) of Corydon, Indiana.  My daughter Karen called me the other day just as I walked into a depa

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{{name}} - When I went away to college the church almost lost me.   I went to college and met thinkers; to me this was a completely new concept.  Questionin
Published: Monday, August 05, 2013

Why I Left the Church

When I went away to college the church almost lost me.   I went to college and met thinkers; to me this was a completely new concept.  Questionin

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{{name}} - It all started while we were on vacation in the Florida Keys a few months back.  The house we stayed at had a multitude of coconut trees.  Resting in
Published: Monday, July 29, 2013

I'm a Nut Job

It all started while we were on vacation in the Florida Keys a few months back.  The house we stayed at had a multitude of coconut trees.  Resting in

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{{name}} - SaltTee exists to help support ministry efforts and in particular a nutrition center located in the small community of Hato del Yaque, Dominican Republic. My w
Published: Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Loving the Least of These

SaltTee exists to help support ministry efforts and in particular a nutrition center located in the small community of Hato del Yaque, Dominican Republic. My w

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{{name}} - I grew up singing hymns in church.  Hymns are almost a thing of the past and while I enjoy the more contemporary music we sing at church today, there is so
Published: Friday, July 12, 2013

Open Your Hymnal to Page 337

I grew up singing hymns in church.  Hymns are almost a thing of the past and while I enjoy the more contemporary music we sing at church today, there is so

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{{name}} - Get that frown off your face put a smile in its place, let the love of Jesus Christ show through.  This is the song I sing to my kids when they are being g
Published: Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Do You Only See the Rain?

Get that frown off your face put a smile in its place, let the love of Jesus Christ show through.  This is the song I sing to my kids when they are being g

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{{name}} - It takes a village.  I'm almost scared to put that in writing after the backlash Hillary Clinton received after saying those words.  I have learn
Published: Wednesday, June 19, 2013

It Takes a Village

It takes a village.  I'm almost scared to put that in writing after the backlash Hillary Clinton received after saying those words.  I have learn

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{{name}} - I’ve dealt with back pain all of my adult life.  It started in college and has continued to get worse over the years.  I’m told I have sev
Published: Friday, June 14, 2013

Not for a Moment

I’ve dealt with back pain all of my adult life.  It started in college and has continued to get worse over the years.  I’m told I have sev

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{{name}} -   We have a rule in the Culbertson household, well I have a rule.  The rule is we only have birthday parties when you turn 5, 10 and 15.  This ye
Published: Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Why You're Not Invited to the Party.

  We have a rule in the Culbertson household, well I have a rule.  The rule is we only have birthday parties when you turn 5, 10 and 15.  This ye

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{{name}} - Recently we were on vacation with friends.  It rained and rained and rained, so we had a lot of time to talk and get to know one another better.  Duri
Published: Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Why don't we share our stories?

Recently we were on vacation with friends.  It rained and rained and rained, so we had a lot of time to talk and get to know one another better.  Duri

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{{name}} - I was at the grocery store today and did not have my reusable grocery bags with me.  I had not planned on going to the grocery today, but when my daughter
Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Paper or Plastic?

I was at the grocery store today and did not have my reusable grocery bags with me.  I had not planned on going to the grocery today, but when my daughter

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{{name}} - Hi!  My name is Karen and I am a neat FREAK!  The freak part of the phrase neat freak kind of rubs me the wrong way.  How is it, that being neat
Published: Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Neat Freaks and Squirrels

Hi!  My name is Karen and I am a neat FREAK!  The freak part of the phrase neat freak kind of rubs me the wrong way.  How is it, that being neat

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{{name}} - I am so blessed to have a mother who loves the Lord.  Every morning, the first thing she does is read her Bible.  She reads it through nearly ever yea
Published: Friday, May 10, 2013

My Mom Annoys Me

I am so blessed to have a mother who loves the Lord.  Every morning, the first thing she does is read her Bible.  She reads it through nearly ever yea

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About Us

You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled by men. You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way,let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in Heaven. (Matthew 5:13-16 NIV)

Our Purpose

SaltTee gives 100% of all profits from each t-shirt directly to ministry. Too often ministries fail for lack of funding. In other instances precious time is taken away from the ministry to search for support. Our concept, was to use our knowledge of business to deliver a premium product to raise financial support for ministry in Hato del Yaque, Dominican Republic.

SaltTee was built and is run completely by volunteers. There are no salaries, rent or design costs. All marketing is via word of mouth, social media or is subsidized by business partners. The only cost in each SaltTee shirt is material, screen printing and shipping. This allows us to deliver a premium t-shirt at an affordable price and give the maximum amount of support to ministry.

Each t-shirt comes with a story and is designed to encourage the question "what does that shirt mean?" When your new SaltTee shirt arrives, it will include the story behind the shirt with your shipment. You are invited to share this story, or if you prefer, you can direct those who ask to SaltTee.com where they can read the story for themselves.

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