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In The News: Hurricane Harvey
Hurricane Harvey, a category 4 hurricane, came ashore in Rockport, Texas on August 26. It is the wettest tropical cyclone on record in the continuous United States (Wikipedia). Some areas have received nearly 52” of rain (washingtonpost.com). No part of … Continue reading
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You might sometimes wonder if your good deeds of kindness are really making positively difference in the lives of others. You might wonder if you are leaving a lasting positive influence on others. I’m here to tell you that you may well be, far more than you ever … Continue reading
Posted in Fellowship, Giving, Hospitality, Mercy Tagged encouragement, good deeds, good samaritan, Hebrews 6, Hospitality, kindness, lester tipton, Luke 10, Mark 9, Matthew 25, minisering to saints, tires Leave a comment
In The News: Lenny Skutnik and Us
On January 13, 1982 Air Florida’s flight 90 collided with Washington’s 14th Street bridge after taking off from Washington D.C.’s National Airport. The plane plunged into the very cold and icy waters of the Potomac River. U.S. Park Police tried … Continue reading