December 2003

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  • A Lifelong Partnership

    December 01, 2003
    A special partnership began on January 1, 1937, when wedding vows were exchanged between Lloyd and Gertrude Canaday. Other vows were taken that day also. Promises were made to never go to bed angry, to have both morning and evening worship, and to...
  • A Lifelong Partnership

    December 01, 2003
    A special partnership began on January 1, 1937, when wedding vows were exchanged between Lloyd and Gertrude Canaday. Other vows were taken that day also. Promises were made to never go to bed angry, to have both morning and evening worship, and to...
  • Northwest Spirit

    One day when he was 14, Glenn Walters decided that he did not want to clean cow barns for the rest of his life. That decision would affect the rest of his life and the lives of countless other people.Glenn’s Adventist parents were dairy farmers. H...
  • Northwest Spirit

    One day when he was 14, Glenn Walters decided that he did not want to clean cow barns for the rest of his life. That decision would affect the rest of his life and the lives of countless other people.Glenn’s Adventist parents were dairy farmers. H...
  • The Widow’s Might:

    December 01, 2003
    It’s Tuesday afternoon, and Jesus has spent a difficult day in continual conflict with Jewish leaders. Walking through the crowd at the temple for the last time, Jesus observes the long procession of worshippers dressed in finery and moving slowly...
  • The Widow’s Might:

    December 01, 2003
    It’s Tuesday afternoon, and Jesus has spent a difficult day in continual conflict with Jewish leaders. Walking through the crowd at the temple for the last time, Jesus observes the long procession of worshippers dressed in finery and moving slowly...
  • Blessed to be a Blessing

    December 01, 2003
    "Unless the Lord relinquishes me from my current obligation, I cannot move in another direction." This is the statement Rod made while considering an opportunity to engage in missionary work for a small church in Glasgow, Mont. A lifelong Adventis...

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  • A Season of Giving Christmas Fast Facts

    December 01, 2003
    Christmas Fast Facts* During the Christmas buying season, Visa cards alone are used an average of 5,340 times every minute within the U.S.* To solicit cash for a charity Christmas dinner in 1891, a large crabpot was set down on a San Francisco str...
  • A Season of Giving Giving: A State of Heart

    December 01, 2003
    Giving: A State of HeartThe greatest use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it.—William JamesLife's most urgent question is: what are you doing for others?—Martin Luther King Jr.We can do no great things; only small things with...
  • The Christmas Story Today?

    I used to believe that poor Mary and Joseph had it pretty tough. You know, walking and riding on a donkey 80 miles to Bethlehem all so they could pay taxes. Then finding no place to stay birthing their Son in a stall and cradling Him in a manger.A...
  • The Christmas Story Today?

    I used to believe that poor Mary and Joseph had it pretty tough. You know, walking and riding on a donkey 80 miles to Bethlehem all so they could pay taxes. Then finding no place to stay birthing their Son in a stall and cradling Him in a manger.A...
  • Venden Leftovers

    "Converts just don’t stick.” The speaker, critical of the conference spending money on public evangelism, was arguing that there are few lasting results from public meetings and therefore the money should be spent on more worthwhile things. You ma...
  • A Season of Giving Christmas Fast Facts

    December 01, 2003
    Christmas Fast Facts* During the Christmas buying season, Visa cards alone are used an average of 5,340 times every minute within the U.S.* To solicit cash for a charity Christmas dinner in 1891, a large crabpot was set down on a San Francisco str...
  • A Season of Giving Giving: A State of Heart

    December 01, 2003
    Giving: A State of HeartThe greatest use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it.—William JamesLife's most urgent question is: what are you doing for others?—Martin Luther King Jr.We can do no great things; only small things with...
  • How to Get Rich

    A fable is told in India of a poor beggar who lived in a state ruled by a maharaja. The beggar had no home but slept on a mat in a homeless shelter. On frigid evenings he covered himself with a treasured collection of tattered rags. Having no mean...
  • Venden Leftovers

    "Converts just don’t stick.” The speaker, critical of the conference spending money on public evangelism, was arguing that there are few lasting results from public meetings and therefore the money should be spent on more worthwhile things. You ma...

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