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Published on September 16, 2006, by in Uncategorized.

It seems that giant rats are now being used to sniff out land mines in Africa. They are apparantely cheaper than dogs, and work for peanuts (or bananas). http://www.thenewspaper.org.uk/world/pg000476.php

 
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Published on September 15, 2006, by in Uncategorized.

So yesterday was my birthday. I started by sleeping in a bit, and then spending some time alone with God at Quarry Hill. After that I went to Famous Daves for lunch (my fave). Then off to Dunn Bros. and back home. At night my friends and I all met up at the Green Mill

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Published on September 11, 2006, by in Uncategorized.

It’s funny how life goes in seasons. Friends float in, they float away (sometimes forever). Same with hobbies, emotions, trials, victories, etc. Life is always changing. And for that I am grateful. With every change, every new view around the bend of the road of my life, I am more excited, interested, eager to learn

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Published on September 7, 2006, by in Uncategorized.

I just opened the Bible again today and realized that I have opened it to the same passage 2-3 times at least now. Zechariah chapter 11 (the first part). Today I realized why. God has set me apart to minister to the oppressed and the abused. The “flock marked for slaughter,” “…particularly the oppressed of

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