March 2005

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  • Inaugurations

    March 01, 2005
    First inaugural parade, from Mount Vernon to New York City — George Washington, 1798First president to be inaugurated at the capitol in Washington D.C. — Thomas Jefferson, 1801First use of floats in an inaugural parade — Martin Van Buren, 1837Firs...
  • To Be a Light as the Lights Go Out

    It is early morning, and I am sitting at the kitchen table in the parsonage in Savoonga. This little Eskimo village of 300 lies at the east end of St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea about 35 miles off the coast of Siberia.It is still many hours...
  • To Be a Light as the Lights Go Out

    It is early morning, and I am sitting at the kitchen table in the parsonage in Savoonga. This little Eskimo village of 300 lies at the east end of St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea about 35 miles off the coast of Siberia.It is still many hours...
  • A Letter to God

    March 01, 2005
    It all started when I was in the second grade. My teacher told us our town, Raymond, Washington, was so small that almost no one even knew where it was. That piece of information troubled me, and I began to worry about both me and my little town. ...
  • Inaugurations

    March 01, 2005
    First inaugural parade, from Mount Vernon to New York City — George Washington, 1798First president to be inaugurated at the capitol in Washington D.C. — Thomas Jefferson, 1801First use of floats in an inaugural parade — Martin Van Buren, 1837Firs...
  • Don't Change the Channel

    "Hey, I know what we can do for the July 4 weekend,” my brother Paul spoke with the intensity of the boss on The Apprentice. “Let’s cruise to Knoxville. What do ya say?”
  • An Affirmation of Creation

    March 01, 2005
    As a response to the “An Affirmation of Creation—Report,” this document was accepted and voted by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Church Executive Committee at the Annual Council in Silver Spring, Maryland, October 13, 2004.Whereas...
  • New Bible Course for Native Americans

    A new Bible correspondence course designed to reach the Native American population of the United States and Canada has just been completed. Although many Adventist outreach ministries have their own correspondence courses and Bible schools, none o...
  • A Letter to God

    March 01, 2005
    It all started when I was in the second grade. My teacher told us our town, Raymond, Washington, was so small that almost no one even knew where it was. That piece of information troubled me, and I began to worry about both me and my little town. ...

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