Frequent readers of this column know that I’m just a short, old lady who’s battling breast cancer (for the second time!) while trying to run a business, grow a garden and wedge in a few visits with
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I know that I am blessed to be in a job where I get to interact with terrific people all of the time. Coordinating disasters is fulfilling but the time in between is also.
The Tabernacle was completed in great detail as told in the book of Exodus. This Tabernacle was most holy to the lord and protected from the people by placing it in the center of the camp.
By KEN LEONARD
By SUSAN LAUTZ, LPC
By WILLIE HOLT
You want to get a room full of therapists going, just mention couples counseling. Empathetic groans and tales of woe are sure to follow in quick succession.
For the past several weeks I have been under a cloak of secrecy, knowing that if I let the cat out of the bag, I would have my wife Lori to answer to.
Exodus 20 through 24 gives the detailed daily living for Israel. Moses received these instructions from GOD while he was on the mountain.
I used to love air travel. It was so exciting to board a plane and roar off into the blue. The airlines treated you like royalty with meal choices and free drinks.
Sometime in your life you have probably heard a version of “The Starfish Story” by Loren Eiseley 1907-1977. Here is the story exactly as she wrote it:
By WILLIE HOLT
Inside or Outside?
In 2005 Forney rose to the occasion when we had back to back disasters.
Israel is brought to Mt. Sinai where GOD will appear to them in a cloud and let them hear Him to help them believe Him and obey all His commandants.