Monthly Archives: November 2013

THANKSGIVING IS A RESPONSE

It was the month of November, 1951 that mom and dad was working at Boeing Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas.   They carpooled the hour and a half trip each way to and from Grenola every day of the working week.   … Continue reading

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MUSIC GIVES PEACE TO THE SOUL

The summer of 1967, I worked in Wichita in order to have money to attend Southwestern  College in the Fall.   I was employed at Beech Aircraft where I had previously worked a couple summers  while attending Kansas State College in … Continue reading

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HUNGER IS A LOVE DILEMMA

It was sometime in the early 1950’s when mom and dad happened upon a family with car trouble in Moline, Kansas.   This family was on their way across country to visit family or to relocate.   Unfortunately they had very little … Continue reading

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HELPING THE DEAF HEAR WITH THEIR EYES

I have been an interpreter for American Sign Language for many years. Since 1969, when I worked as a Social Worker for the Enid State School in Enid, Oklahoma I have shown interest in communicating with deaf folks. One day … Continue reading

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REDEEMING SERVANT NEWSLETTER

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IN THE SPIRIT OF DOING GOOD TO OTHERS

Early in the year 1970 I was living in Enid, Oklahoma, working at Bass Baptist Hospital as an orderly.    I had been attending the Phillips Graduate Seminary in that city while working as a social worker at the Enid State … Continue reading

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