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From Our Readers: The Draa Family

No Greater Joy Ministries

We decided to get up early and get on the river before the sun came out to try to catch some trout. Not only did we get to see a beautiful sunrise, but our son Travis (6) hooked in to … Read more

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Little Pearl

Talitha

Jocelyn loves spending Wednesday afternoons with Mama Pearl.

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Little John

Debi Pearl

Little John (not so little) works for Mike, building and weedeating for No Greater Joy.

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Cane Creek

Talitha

I thought of Cane Creek as a famous place when I first came here. Now I know it’s just another creek…although it does have the best swimming hole I’ve ever been in…and add to that a rope to swing into … Read more

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Herb Garden

No Greater Joy Ministries

Mama Pearl’s Herb Garden is coming along very well this summer. The girls enjoy helping Mama Pearl weed and keep it up.

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It’s Finally Warm

Talitha

A lot of us gather to swim everyday from 2–5 pm. Everyone’s glad just to be outdoors after a long winter.

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Favorite Guest

Debi Pearl

This is NGJ’s guest seat with our Favorite Guest!

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NGJ Office Humor: Daddy Bill

Talitha

Having Daddy Bill (Debi’s dad) at lunch sometimes would get interesting. Having a touch of Alzheimer’s, he would repeat questions like, “How’s everyone at Decaturville where I grew up?” Daily, he would find out that all but a few of … Read more

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Meet the Staff: Johnny

Talitha

Johnny came to work here about a year ago. He and his wife, Terri, and their eight children, live about an hour from here. Johnny is one of the first people I met when I visited Cane Creek. When summer … Read more

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The Fourth of July

No Greater Joy Ministries

Today is the National Day of the United States. Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is the commemoration of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence which took place 235 years ago on this day. An interesting … Read more

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