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  • May 24, 2014
    There are no impossibilities with God
    In every emergency we are to feel that the battle is His. His resources are limitless, and apparent impossibilities will make the victory all the greater. {CC 217.5}Why do we ever doubt His providenti . . . read more


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  • April 17, 2014
    I was sick and you visited me…
    I was sick and you visited me… The sick have been many, most days Anna or Erick have been taking them to the hospital for further care, most are admitted. At the time of writing the Steck family . . . read more


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  • April 7, 2014
    Naw Bee Dah (Video)
    Can you imagine having to live with a serious limp and be a burden on your family for the rest of your life? We certainly don't want Naw Bee Dah to. Take a moment to watch this short video to learn . . . read more


Meyer Family

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Sabrina Petersen

  • First Term at Hartland–At last, the long-expected update!  Unfortunately, school-related writing has sapped all my creativity and inspiration — thus, the reason I haven't written anything.  The past term has been one . . .

Gayle Haberkam

  • LaPoe February 3, 2016–LaPoe, age 43, is a very sick little lady. I say little because she is much shorter than I am – (that’s really short). LaPoe has COPD, kidney failure, and bronchitis all at the same time. We had taken. . .

Steck Family

  • Medical and Bible Outreach Training December 13, 2015–This school year we have started a new one year program and we are very excited about it. Our main teachers are: Thara Ehkinyah, Tharamu Hannah, Tharamu Lorna, Thara Daniel, Thara Kelly, and Tharamu B . . .

Erick Reeve

  • Lights of the World: A Recent AY Program (by Jonalyn) August 6, 2015–A few minutes after it was announced that our Grade 10 class will do the AY program, HteeNayHtoo excitedly asked me if we can sing an English song for the group song. I immediately agreed, since it’s. . .