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Archive for December, 2005

An End of an Era

Friday, December 30th, 2005

We have many animals at our house. We have two parrots, Cashmire and Neffie; a milking cow named Annabelle; Toby the steer; three cats; three horses, Sunday, Piney, and Morgan; and four dogs. I’m not much of an animal lover, but I don’t mind that we own so many as long as everyone follows the […]

First Post on Prove All Things Site

Friday, December 30th, 2005

Harvey just made his first post on the Prove All Things Web Site Blog.

Three Little Munchkins

Wednesday, December 28th, 2005

No longer available.

New Art Cards

Sunday, December 25th, 2005

We now have four art cards available. All cards are standard postcard size and measure 5 1/2 X 4 1/4. They are glossy color on one side and blank on the reverse side (except for the title and artist name). The cards can be used and mailed like any standard postcard. Each order from Trivium […]

Additions to Trivium Pursuit Scratch and Dent Sale

Thursday, December 22nd, 2005

No longer available.

Trivium Pursuit Scratch and Dent Sale

Wednesday, December 21st, 2005

No longer available.

Is It Too Late?

Tuesday, December 20th, 2005

Dear Laurie, My husband and I recently adopted my sixteen-year-old nephew. This is a likable young man who does not get into trouble, is easy-going, and has been raised as a Christian. He has, however, quite possibly the laziest mind I have ever seen. I suspect that when he was being raised, television and videos […]

Keep at Your Work!

Tuesday, December 20th, 2005

From a tract published by Pilgrim Tract Society The Lord has given to every believing man his work. It is his business to do it, and the devil’s business to hinder him if he can. So sure as God has given you a work to do, Satan will try to hinder you. He may present […]

My Dear Father

Tuesday, December 20th, 2005

Taken from John G. Paton: Missionary to the New Hebrides, an autobiography edited by James Paton (published by The Banner of Truth Trust, 1994, Carlisle, PA). This passage describes John’s departure for Glasgow to begin his missionary internship. My dear father walked with me the first six miles of the way. His counsels and tears […]

March of the Penguins

Monday, December 19th, 2005

It is winter in Illinois. We huddle tight in our warm house as we watch the parent penguins huddle their chicks close to their tummy. “It’s warm in here.” March of the Penguins is about the Emperor Penguins and how they choose a mate, lay an egg, leave to fetch food seventy miles away, all […]


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