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Wednesday February 7, 2007

Du Jour: The family of Al Groves celebrates his homecoming in a beautiful, faith-filled way.

Missions: Paul wants your assistance with a project our church is undertaking.

Politics: Americans complain about Bush’s lack of mastery over the English language. It could be worse. The man who wants to be Canada’s next Prime Minister makes Bush look (or sound) like Shakespeare. How about this?: “This category will propel sustainably. I have always believe that.”

Church: BBC reports on a survey attempting to find the number of Christians in China.

Blogspotting: My anti-Mac comments yesterday offended the Black family. No word on whether I offended the whole family, or just one of them. I posted a response to all the Mac lovers here!

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