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When camp becomes an idol, and other life thoughts

 

 

 

I have become a statistic. One of “those” people I never wanted to be. The person who moves back to their hometown after college graduation.  I never meant to end up here. 648 more words

Camp

Religious Jargons.

While I was growing up, there were this arguments about what’ Jesus Christ was crucified on, it was on a wood no doubt, but the argument was whether it was on a single straight wood or a cross (two woods, one placed across the other). 246 more words

Truth

Presbyterian at Northern Illinois

Teams 11 and 12. Another FBS v FCS encounter.

Replacing record setting Jordan Lynch at QB for the Huskies doesn’t look like it will be to hard as his replacements Matt Mackintosh and Drew Hare looked good. 84 more words

FBS

Church School - Sunday, September 21st.

 

Church School is back in session starting Sunday, September 21st. at 10:00 a.m.   To celebrate National Back to Church Sunday FPC will host Rally Day, a mini carnival, for the children of the church, members and the congregation at 12:00 p.m. 7 more words

Levittown

Week 1 Breakdown: Thursday Edition

REAL FOOTBALL! Here is a look at the P&P teams in action tonight.

Point (Non-D1) at Charleston Southern, 7 PM, Big South Network

Charlotte at… 23 more words

Football

Elizabeth Mary Goodlet nee Forbes (1854 - 1926)

Elizabeth Mary Goodlet (nee Forbes) (15 October 1854 – 26 July 1926) Missions activist and Presbyterian.

 Elizabeth Mary Forbes was born in Singleton, New South Wales, on the 15th of October 1854 to Alexander Leith Forbes and Jean ( 3,126 more words

Philanthropists

Mary Roberts (nee Muckle) 1804-1885

Mary Roberts (nee Muckle) 1804-1885, Property holder, Philanthropist and Publican.

Jane Muckle (1784-1834), who was the mother of Mary Roberts (nee Muckle), arrived in New South Wales on the… 2,975 more words

Philanthropists