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A Land Without Steeples

In East Asia, the most striking thing to a southerner might be the almost complete absence of steeples. Walking through cities with millions of people and villages with only dozens of residents, the view is the same: buildings for commerce, education, and living, but none for worship. Of course, there are churches in East Asia...

 

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Paige Peeples' Story

I used to think I knew a lot of things.

My mom told me a story one time—it was a word picture. She said that sometimes, our lives can be like a vase. They can be very pretty and ornamented, but if you were to shine a light into the top, through the hole, you wouldn’t be able to see the light...

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Veronica Leach's Story

I used to think I knew a lot of things.

My mom told me a story one time—it was a word picture. She said that sometimes, our lives can be like a vase. They can be very pretty and ornamented, but if you were to shine a light into the top, through the hole, you wouldn’t be able to see the light...

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Karen Graham

FBC Starkville’s Creative Learning Center Director, Karen Graham, has been on staff for 11 years. She hires, trains, and manages 40 staff members, writes menus, creates and balances the budget, plans for holiday-themed events, coordinates school pictures, and works with the 135 kids who attend the CLC and their parents. “Every day is different, which is the fun part,” she says. Linda Blair, FBC’s Financial Systems Manager...

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