THE NEW FORTY North Dakota Legislators - WWJD?
Far be it for me to underestimate the challenges inherent in being a legislator. I understand that it is a cumbersome task that carries with it a tremendous mantle of responsibility. Legislators need ... Posted on 5/3/13 at 7:45 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Privilege vs. Rights: an Important Distinction
When I was in grade school, Mr. Dexter, the bus mechanic, gave a speech to us kids about proper bus safety and how if we didn't comply, we wouldn't be allowed the transport. He'd say with authority, "... Posted on 1/24/13 at 9:19 AM
COLOR ME GREEN Spring Clean to Help Others Succeed
This weekends warm weather breathed a little spring freshness into our home in Moorhead and I can feel the buzz of new energy that the anticipation of this season always gives me! After the long mon... Posted on 3/12/12 at 11:04 AM
The community is invited to remember family and friends who have died by attending the annual ADORAY Hospice Memorial Program on Sunday, May 19, at 4 p.m. The non-denominational program is being held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 503 County UU, Hudson. Everyone is welcome. ADORAY Hospice takes this time to honor and remember patients who have died on their hospice service during the past year.
State Sen. Sheila Harsdorf (R-River Falls)_welcomed the Dalai Lama to Wisconsin Tuesday, May 14 during his two-day visit to Madison to give a teaching, take part in a panel discussion at UW-Madison and address a joint session of the State Legislature.
The public is invited to an Easter Vigil Celebration of Light service this Saturday at 7 p.m. at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, N6450 530th St., at the corner of CTH N and 530th Street in the Town of Ellsworth.
The Dalai Lama will make his ninth visit to Madison in May. The spiritual leader of Tibet will speak during a day-long series of panel discussions on making the world healthier and happier.
Dr. Delbert “Del” Permann is slowly packing up his office at Roberts Congregational United Church of Christ. This is far from the first time he’s found himself packing up an office, preparing to leave his post as pastor of a church.
Ask anyone who has read the Bible and they will tell you, it’s difficult to understand. Luther Memorial Church, 420 South 4th Street, hopes to change that by offering a tool to help decipher God’s words.
Randy Baar once had a thriving local and then regional TV ministry that seemed destined for national syndication. That destiny crumbled when Randy’s bipolar disorder flared up so bad he nearly gave up on living.
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