June 2003

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  • Elephants, Eagles & God's Providence

    How do you stop a charging bull elephant? The answer? Take away his credit card. Tom Leeson, a well-known Northwestern wildlife photographer has another answer and a story to tell.“A friend and I were in Zimbabwe photographing two bull elephants e...
  • KidsBibleInfo.com

    "I have found peace in coming to KidsBibleinfo.com. I think that everyone should know about it. Thanks.”“I really like the stories. I hope you have some new ones next week. Bye!!!!”These comments are just a few of the many that stream into the Kid...
  • KidsBibleInfo.com

    "I have found peace in coming to KidsBibleinfo.com. I think that everyone should know about it. Thanks.”“I really like the stories. I hope you have some new ones next week. Bye!!!!”These comments are just a few of the many that stream into the Kid...
  • Adventist Labor Unions

    Labor unions were once an anathema to most Adventists. Many members did not view union membership as an option, citing significant counsel from Ellen White and other sources. At one point, Ellen White described the practices of labor unions: “Unio...
  • Adventist Labor Unions

    Labor unions were once an anathema to most Adventists. Many members did not view union membership as an option, citing significant counsel from Ellen White and other sources. At one point, Ellen White described the practices of labor unions: “Unio...

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  • Wild Animals

    June 01, 2003
    Tom and Pat Leeson are Northwest wildlife photographers with an international reputation. Here are nine animals they have photographed. Can you identify the animals? Click here for the answers. To see more of the Leeson’s photographs visit leeso...
  • Why in the World Are We Doing This?

    We had gotten up at an unearthly hour to catch the plane for the long trip to the Dominican Republic. We were the advance group making the arrangements for our 160 NPUC youth and adults that would be participating in the Las Americas para Cristo, ...
  • Why in the World Are We Doing This?

    We had gotten up at an unearthly hour to catch the plane for the long trip to the Dominican Republic. We were the advance group making the arrangements for our 160 NPUC youth and adults that would be participating in the Las Americas para Cristo, ...
  • Interaction

    June 01, 2003
    “To Protect and Serve” [February, 2003]Thank you for the many interesting articles throughout the year. I especially have enjoyed the last one about the African Americans in our area in service jobs. So inspiring to know they are out there for the...
  • Wild Animals

    June 01, 2003
    Tom and Pat Leeson are Northwest wildlife photographers with an international reputation. Here are nine animals they have photographed. Can you identify the animals? Click here for the answers. To see more of the Leeson’s photographs visit leeso...
  • Exercising Faith

    Some years ago I registered with my friend Roger for a mini-triathlon. While the biking and jogging seemed doable, the swimming scared me. It felt as if I’d be attempting to cross the Grand Canyon on a pogo stick.
  • Interaction

    June 01, 2003
    “To Protect and Serve” [February, 2003]Thank you for the many interesting articles throughout the year. I especially have enjoyed the last one about the African Americans in our area in service jobs. So inspiring to know they are out there for the...
  • Following in the Tradition

    Los Americas para Cristo, “The Americas for Christ,” was a major evangelistic program originating in the Dominican Republic. The administration of the Inter-American Division had requested that Jere D. Patzer, North Pacific Union Conference presid...
  • A Dream, a Demon and a Promise

    It all started in January when I filled out an application for a mission trip to the Dominican Republic. The last time I had gone on a mission trip I had almost lost my job so I struggled with whether or not to go and decided I wouldn’t go.That ev...
  • Four Minutes to Airtime

    After months of planning, the day for the opening night of the series had arrived. While everyone was preparing for that first meeting, only a few were aware that a monumental problem existed.By three o’clock Friday afternoon, the television crew ...

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