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Scooby Doo

Debi Pearl

Scooby Doo is scaring my chickens out of the vegetable garden. Mother Earth Magazine had a letter from a lady who used old VHS tape as fencing. The shiny ribbon keeps the chickens at bay.

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Richardson Family Update

Chuck Joyner

I spoke to missionary Mike Richardson and he received donations for 5 wheelchairs, 6 walkers and 15,000 pounds of food to distribute. Now, instead of providing a week’s worth of food to 100 families, he can provide for 500 families. … Read more

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Office Crunch Time

Debi Pearl

Its crunch time here at NGJ as everyone is working hard to meet the deadline for getting the Magazine sent out. Lynne, our graphic designer, is heading up the project by making the final corrections to all the articles, while … Read more

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Missionary in Need

Debi Pearl

Mike Richardson is a faithful man ministering in Mexico. He has been burdened to pray for the President of a large crime-ridden city in Mexico. This past week, Mike Richardson talked to the President and asked what could he do … Read more

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Meet the Staff: Tremaine

Talitha

Tremaine works in the shipping department at NGJ. When he leaves work he goes to minister at the prison. He fills in for Mike sometimes at the church and he also street preaches. He was saved in prison, which probably … Read more

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Mexico Missions Need

Mike Richardson

I have been asking the Lord for an open door in this city and I believe that the Lord has just swung the door wide open and he used four simple words – how can I help?

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Memorial Day

No Greater Joy Ministries

The last Monday of May is Memorial Day. We celebrate this day in remembrance of the soldiers who have died in the service of our country. This year marks the 143rd anniversary of the first observance after General John Logan’s … Read more

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Bell Peppers

Debi Pearl

Years ago my granddad struck a whole paper match book and then planted the burned out book with his Bell Peppers. He said it helped the peppers because they needed the sulphur in the matches, to bear good fruit.

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Alabama Update

Emily J

The idea of ordinary families driving from Tennessee to Alabama, to help storm victims deal with their unexpected tragedy, originated with the young people. My nephew’s wife Zephyr called one afternoon, as she often does, with some plan for the … Read more

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Alabama Blessings

Sarah S.

Standing there in that war-torn looking backyard with men and boys we had never met before, the man thanked God for bringing us all there and for His specific purposes in the hearts of men. Words cannot describe the fellowship we experienced that day with brothers we did not know.

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