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SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: Peck and Peek

Before we get much further, let me be clear. I am a computer operator not a computer programmer, developer or whiz kid. I do well to peck my way through word processing software. My astute high school typing training continues to haunt me. Let’s just say I am all thumbs. I still peek at the keyboard. When I want to start a new line, I think you have to press return, not enter. Suggesting this command to younger co-workers often...

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SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: Dad Loves Oprah?

One of the great things about living in Oklahoma is that there are still a few kind souls who love to garden and raise fresh produce. Several times throughout the summer, our neighbor, Tony, shares from the abundance of his garden. There is nothing like a vine ripe tomato, fresh squash or one of my all-time favorites, okra! Heat up the skillet, add a little oil, dance slices of okra around in a bowl of corn meal, throw them to the...

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SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: Pajamas Hanging Out?

When was the last time you bought a piece of luggage? Like a lot of things, luggage has gone high-tech. Not only does luggage come in all shapes, colors and sizes, but you can now buy luggage with wheels that roll in all directions, handles that slide up and down and more pockets and zippers than a tailor’s shop. Good luggage makes life on the road more enjoyable. Push it, pull it, roll it and maneuver it as you please,...

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SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: Different?

I recently had the privilege of traveling to Europe on business. Experiencing different cultures can be fun and exciting, but it can also be a little bit stressful. Take crossing the street for example. When my mother told me to look both ways before crossing an intersection, she must have had Europe in mind. Look the wrong way when crossing the street in the United Kingdom, and you might become a fatal traffic statistic. It is so bad...

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GO Students Learn Life of Missions
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GO Students Learn Life of Missions

Each week this summer at Falls Creek Baptist Conference Center, an average of 600 students are expressing an interest in becoming a part of GO Students, a student missions mobilization strategy developed by James Lankford, BGCO student ministry and evangelism specialist. The effort to send students on short-term missions experiences overseas is making a difference in the lives of those who go and in the lives of those they reach. More...

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