February 2003

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  • To Protect and to Serve

    A screaming siren splits the silence. Emergency lights flash red, amber, and blindingly white. Traffic slows to a stop and people dressed in blue or in bulky yellow suits quickly spring into action to put out a fire, save a life, or apprehend a su...

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  • The work-a-day world

    February 01, 2003
    Whom we trust:80% teachers77% doctors24% lawyers23% stockbrokersWhile a majority of adults trust teachers and doctors to tell the truth, barely a quarter say they trust lawyers and stockbrokers for their honesty.Fast Facts• National gridlock: Ther...
  • The work-a-day world

    February 01, 2003
    Whom we trust:80% teachers77% doctors24% lawyers23% stockbrokersWhile a majority of adults trust teachers and doctors to tell the truth, barely a quarter say they trust lawyers and stockbrokers for their honesty.Fast Facts• National gridlock: Ther...
  • New Views on Christian Jobs

    In recent decades there has been a growing trend toward Seventh-day Adventists entering civil courts and state service. This movement is a departure from the earlier traditional view of not considering professions such as law enforcement and fire ...
  • Interaction

    February 01, 2003
    Thank You Ed SchwisowI read Ed’s farewell article in the December GLEANER with a lump in my throat. He has been a part of my life through the pages of the GLEANER for 25 years and losing his touch brings sadness to our home.Many thanks for the exp...
  • Sick and Wired

    I felt like I’d been dragged through a carwash of Brillo pads drenched in battery acid. Every part of my body ached, including the skin on my elbow where Tubba, a buddy of mine in fifth grade, said that humans have no feelings. A high fever, swoll...
  • Interaction

    February 01, 2003
    Thank You Ed SchwisowI read Ed’s farewell article in the December GLEANER with a lump in my throat. He has been a part of my life through the pages of the GLEANER for 25 years and losing his touch brings sadness to our home.Many thanks for the exp...
  • New Views on Christian Jobs

    In recent decades there has been a growing trend toward Seventh-day Adventists entering civil courts and state service. This movement is a departure from the earlier traditional view of not considering professions such as law enforcement and fire ...

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