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February 15, 2005

Thursday, February 10, 2005 “Weekly”


Issue #006, Tuesday, 15 February 2005


Keep them out of harm’s way

Of all the advice we can offer to ensure that your kids’ use of the Internet is a positive and educational experience, there’s no doubt that the best of all is to share the experience with them. Surf the Web with your kids! You’ll probably be surprised at how much they know!

“Open Your eyes to reality”---the threats lurking in the Internet and their consequence!


The most rewarding gift you will ever have an opportunity to give is

THE HOLY BIBLE     It has the power to inspire, encourage, comfort and change lives.  

Visit our website for more encouragement, inspiration, education, and other topics of importance to jump start your day:

Our prayer is that you will check us out and subscribe to receive your-inner-voice. Take Care. The Audio-Bible


With God ALL things are possible. Matthew 19:26; Subject:  Restoring the image…."May your whole spirit, soul and body be kept blameless Today's Message

Twilight Hopes  How One Family Dealt and is dealing with the loss of a love one

If you are Anticipating or Coping with the same, this is a must read to better understand the grief that accompanies such a loss. In the most sincere heart felt open and honest manner, this book offers great information, comfort and support during your most vulnerable times.


Nita’s Seamstress Shop 28 Years Experience


Laurence Baker

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Collins Tour

Organizational Trips, Conventions, Churches, Casinos, Family or Class Reunions Collins offers charter bus, airport shuttle, sightseeing, group tour and taxi service in over 120 locations in the United States and Canada.


Cars and Trucks 30 Years Experience

BillyKingSolomon---He is simplyThe Best


Slater’s Funeral Home, Inc.

Floyd L.Griffin, Sr.,President or Ruth E. Griffin, Secretary/Treasurer








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