May 2006

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  • Investment Opportunity!

    It had been a difficult year. The company I had worked for since 1998 was closing its doors. I had accepted a job as a secretary in the conference because I felt the Lord was calling me to be there, but it meant a cut in pay to a fraction of my fo...
  • Investment Opportunity!

    It had been a difficult year. The company I had worked for since 1998 was closing its doors. I had accepted a job as a secretary in the conference because I felt the Lord was calling me to be there, but it meant a cut in pay to a fraction of my fo...
  • Walla Walla College

    It was a question I was almost afraid to ask.But as our son solidified his plans to attend Walla Walla College, it became apparent that the time had come to talk with the school about finances.Like many parents, I wondered just how much the next f...
  • Walla Walla College

    It was a question I was almost afraid to ask.But as our son solidified his plans to attend Walla Walla College, it became apparent that the time had come to talk with the school about finances.Like many parents, I wondered just how much the next f...
  • Managing the Mission, Part 2

    May 01, 2006
    This is the second of a three-part series of interviews with the officers of the North Pacific Union Conference. These interviews are presented with the hope that they will provide the readers a greater understanding of the scope, structure and wo...
  • So What Does the Executive Secretary Really Do?

    May 01, 2006
    The executive secretary takes care of a lot of things that some would characterize as dull, boring and bureaucratic. But just think for a minute how important those things really are to most of us. From the cars we drive to the food we eat, there ...
  • Managing the Mission, Part 2

    May 01, 2006
    This is the second of a three-part series of interviews with the officers of the North Pacific Union Conference. These interviews are presented with the hope that they will provide the readers a greater understanding of the scope, structure and wo...
  • So What Does the Executive Secretary Really Do?

    May 01, 2006
    The executive secretary takes care of a lot of things that some would characterize as dull, boring and bureaucratic. But just think for a minute how important those things really are to most of us. From the cars we drive to the food we eat, there ...
  • From Mold to Miracles

    May 01, 2006
    Just over six months ago, the story of a Northwest family started gaining national attention. And by mid-January, more than 15.6 million fans of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition knew the story of Jael Kirkwood, a tenacious 11-year-old girl in Port O...

Others

  • Did You Know?

    May 01, 2006
    Because the page design of this section is as important as the content, you can see the Did You Know? page for this month by looking in the print edition of GLEANER or by clicking on the PDF version. To get to the PDF version, click on the underli...
  • Let's Talk

    May 01, 2006
    Let's Talk has a button link right on the home page of this site, it does not appear again here. Click on the Let's Talk button in the left panel on the home page to see Steve Vistaunet's introduction to the topic of the month, as well as the disc...
  • Let Us Never Forget

    Some things we just never forget because we learned them from Mom. “I’ll always be your mother,” she used to say and still does. Hearing this was at times the last thing I wanted to hear, but, now, remembering that she will always be my mom is pri...
  • Did You Know?

    May 01, 2006
    Because the page design of this section is as important as the content, you can see the Did You Know? page for this month by looking in the print edition of GLEANER or by clicking on the PDF version. To get to the PDF version, click on the underli...
  • Let's Talk

    May 01, 2006
    Let's Talk has a button link right on the home page of this site, it does not appear again here. Click on the Let's Talk button in the left panel on the home page to see Steve Vistaunet's introduction to the topic of the month, as well as the disc...
  • Desmond Doss Dies

    Desmond T. Doss, Sr., 87, passed away March 23, 2006, at his residence in Piedmont, Ala. He was the only conscientious objector to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor during World War II.Raised a Seventh-day Adventist, Doss did not believe in...
  • Not Too Late to Join

    May 01, 2006
    We need many more members from our churches to join the Adventist Health Study–2 (AHS–2) conducted by Loma Linda University.Another 15,000 Seventh-day Adventists, aged 30 years and older, are needed to join the 90,000 who have already completed an...
  • Let Us Never Forget

    Some things we just never forget because we learned them from Mom. “I’ll always be your mother,” she used to say and still does. Hearing this was at times the last thing I wanted to hear, but, now, remembering that she will always be my mom is pri...

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