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Physicians use woodworking skills, craft door of new chapel Print E-mail
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By Word&Way Staff   
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Love for patients and for working with wood led two Jefferson City Medical Group physicians to create a symbol of hope at a new hospital in Jefferson City, Mo.
Nebraska Baptists host Latino training Print E-mail
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By Robin Stoops, Special to Word&Way   
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Pastors and leaders from the American Baptist Churches of Nebraska gathered to learn about establishing a Latino ministry in their churches and communities Nov. 21-22 at Moses Merrill Camp and Conference Center at Linwood, Neb.
Reality TV stars, the Duggers, tell their story at HLGU banquet Print E-mail
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By Hannibal-LaGrange University Public Relations   
Sunday, December 07, 2014
The stars of a reality television show shared how God has worked in their lives and family at the 73rd annual Hannibal-LaGrange University Booster Banquet Nov. 21. More than 800 guests heard words of encouragement from Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, stars of The Learning Channel’s “19 Kids and Counting” show.
The Healing House will offer opportunity for life changes Print E-mail
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By Vicki Brown, Word & Way Associate Editor   
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Structure is a key to learning to make wise life choices. But that structure must be based in the foundation of the Living Word. That’s the premise from which Heather Gieck now lives her life and on which her ministry to women like her will be based. The Healing House and New Beginnings Inc. will provide a safe haven for women released from prison or in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction to concentrate on rebuilding their lives.
Missourians attend Cuban Baptist gathering Print E-mail
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By Brian Kaylor, Special to Word & Way   
Friday, November 21, 2014
A group of Baptists from Missouri recently visited Cuba to learn about Baptists in that island nation. Eight Missourians joined four other Baptists last month to bridge religious, political and cultural divides between the two countries.
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