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June 06, 2007



Very good insight. Thank you. May God always keep you safe and bless you with MUCH.


"Man, you gotta kill these things while they're still small. Their nasty when they get big." I wish I could go back in time and tell a few parishioners this. Maybe things would be a bit more peaceful between people now. Deal with what is bugging you now. Don't wait.

Thanks for the thought. Take care.

Kat in GA: A Soldiers' Angel

Don't think that just because y'all are home, the prayers on y'all's behalf will stop! We'll keep on praying in the months and years to come... it's the beginning of a new journey... and we will have you covered in prayer every step of the way.

Judy Schletty

Dear Pastor,
Thanks for the email note and words of encouragement. A few years ago we sang a song in church and the title was, "Be Still Jerusalem" or something like that. While it's always good if you can find the right words, sometimes words are not necessary as we admire from afar (I was at a loss for words when I saw some of our soldiers at the airport recently). Glad you will be enroute home soon. Hug your families for us, too. They are also heroes.
Peace, love and prayers,
Judy and Randy

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