January 2003

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  • Jon Dybdahl

    January 01, 2003
    GLEANER: Jon, you first came to Walla Walla College in 1976, where you taught for 13 years. Most recently you were a professor at Andrews University. What factors convinced you to leave full-time teaching and return here as president?DYBDAHL: Teac...
  • Jon Dybdahl

    January 01, 2003
    GLEANER: Jon, you first came to Walla Walla College in 1976, where you taught for 13 years. Most recently you were a professor at Andrews University. What factors convinced you to leave full-time teaching and return here as president?DYBDAHL: Teac...
  • Jon L. Dybdahl

    Jon Dybdahl can remember exactly where he was sitting when God called him to ministry.One Friday night at Pacific Union College, during vespers, he remembers feeling the strongest sense that he should be up front preaching. Although several people...

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  • Walla Walla

    January 01, 2003
    A Place So Nice They Named it Twice• Walla Walla is home to the oldest symphony in continuous performance west of the Mississippi River.• There is an average of 30 feet of top soil covering Walla Walla’s farming land.• There are 360 acres of parks...
  • Walla Walla College Now More Than Ever

    As I attended the moving inauguration service last month for Jon Dybdahl as our new Walla Walla College president, I thought about a different gathering I had taken part in just a few months before.In that meeting, North Pacific Union Conference a...
  • Walla Walla College Now More Than Ever

    As I attended the moving inauguration service last month for Jon Dybdahl as our new Walla Walla College president, I thought about a different gathering I had taken part in just a few months before.In that meeting, North Pacific Union Conference a...
  • Walla Walla

    January 01, 2003
    A Place So Nice They Named it Twice• Walla Walla is home to the oldest symphony in continuous performance west of the Mississippi River.• There is an average of 30 feet of top soil covering Walla Walla’s farming land.• There are 360 acres of parks...
  • Good—But Not Perfect

    January 01, 2003
    Thank you for such a good GLEANER. In the November 2002 issue, in the “Mission Trip Unites” article, my name was spelled Schonemaker—it is correctly spelled Schoonhoven. I have been on 12 mission trips since retiring. Again, on page 27, the person...
  • Just Two Things

    Author Richard Carlson has made a fortune, reminding us in his “New York Times” bestseller that there are just two things we need to remember: Don’t sweat the small stuff, and it’s all small stuff.
  • Good—But Not Perfect

    January 01, 2003
    Thank you for such a good GLEANER. In the November 2002 issue, in the “Mission Trip Unites” article, my name was spelled Schonemaker—it is correctly spelled Schoonhoven. I have been on 12 mission trips since retiring. Again, on page 27, the person...

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