Emma Florence Cunliffe.

Southern accent, Sept. 2008-Apr. 2009 (Volume v.64) online

. (page 47 of 63)
Online LibraryEmma Florence CunliffeSouthern accent, Sept. 2008-Apr. 2009 (Volume v.64) → online text (page 47 of 63)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


Deadline: May 5, 2009. Visit
the WMTC Web site to view
and download the full course
information and registration.
Homepage: www.wildmed -







Awn k wn

r\ \i\v a )\i rvir \



center.com. For more infor-
mation contact Ann Reynolds
at [email protected]



iip£oming_£veotsj^Jj£0^



Friday, February 20

No Field Trips or Tours
Honor Music Workshop
6:27 p.m. - Sunset

7 p.m. - Upper Room
(Gospel Chapel)

8 p.m. - Vespers, African American
Heritage- Sherwin Jack (Church)
After Vespers - Adoration
(Dining Hall)

Sabbath, February 21

9 a.m. - Adoration 1 - John Nixon
(Church)

9:30-10:15 a.m. - Continental
Breakfast (Church Fellowship Hall)
10:15 a.m. - Saltworks Sabbath
School (Hulsey Wellness Center)
Social Experiment Sabbath School
(Church Fellowship Hall)
French Sabbath School (Miller
Hall - Pierson Chapel)
Adoration 2 - Alex Bryan (Church)
10:30-11:10 ajn. - Connect Sabbath
Schools (CoBegedale Academy)
"Wild at Heart" with
Marcel Schwantes
"Identity" with Angela McPherson



"Prayer" with Carol Loree

10:45 a.m. - BCU Church - Nicardo

Delehaye (Thatcher Chapel)

11:30 a.m. - Connect - Andy Nash

(Collegedale Academy)

11:45 a.m. - Renewal- Alex Bryan

(Church)

2 p.m. - Health Evangelism - Reserve

a spot: [email protected]

2:15 p.m. - FLAG Camp - Reserve a

spot: [email protected]

3-4 p.m. - Special Workshop -

Marquis Johns (Thatcher Chapel)

4 p.m. - Honor Music Festival

Concert (Collegedale Church)

6 p.m. - Evensong - Organist:

James Bowen; Reader Joann

Sifontes (Church)

8 pan. - BCU Night "The Great

Controversy H: An Unseen Evil

(lies P.E. Center)

Sunday, February 22

11:40 a.m. -4:30 p.m. — Advent
Home Outreach (Wright Hall Steps)
2 p.m. - Southern 6K Trail Race
(Hulsey Wellness Center)



Monday, February 23

No Field Trips or Tours

4 p.m. - University Assembly

5 p.m. - Child Welfare Stipend
Applications due (Daniells Hall)
5:15 & 5:45 P-m. - College Bowl
(Presidential Banquet Room)

Tuesday, February 24

No Field Trips or Tours
Noon-l p.m. - Faculty Portfolio Sem-
inar (Presidential Banquet Room 2)

6 p.m. - SA Talent Show
Auditions (Wood HaH)

7 & 10 p.m. - Residence Hall
Joint Worship (Thatcher Chapel)

Wednesday, February 25

No Field Trips or Tours
Noon-i p.m. — Employee Brown
Bag (Presidential Banquet Room)
5:15 & 5:45 P-m. - College Bowl
(Presidential Banquet Room)

Thursday, February 26

11 a.m. - Convocation, College Bowl

(lies P.E. Center)

5 p.m.— McKee Library Closes



Malawi Project | In conjunc-
tion with Adventist Intercol-
legiate Association, Adventist
Health International, and the
Adventist colleges/universi-
ties of the North American
Division, we are planning a
short term mission trip to Ma-
lawi, Africa this summer. The
dates for the trip will be June
23-July 8, 2009. The project
will consist of three aspects:
Evangelism, Health, and
Construction in six locations
throughout the country of Ma-
lawi. Space is limited. Pass-
ports are necessary. If you are
interested, please contact Kari
Shultz or Gayle Moore for fur-
ther information.

Tax season is here | SIFE's
annual tax preparation starts
next week! This free service is
available for all U.S. students
who need help preparing their
taxes. Please bring your W-2
form(s) to the Seminar Room
in the Student Center. Don't



forget to ask your parents if
they claim you on their taxes!
The dates are: Wednesday,
February 11, 6-8pm; Tues-
day, February 17, 7-9pm;
and Wednesday, February
18, 6-8 p.m. Please call or e-
mail SIFE for more informa-
tion or questions at X2651 or
[email protected]

Vote in city elections | Are

you registered to vote in Col-
legedale? Early Voting for the
city election will be Feb. 23-26,
the Monday through Thursday
before Spring Break, and that
it will be right here at Colleg-
edale's City Hall, eliminating
the need to trek all the way in
to the usual Early Voting sites
in Chattanooga. The Early Vot-
ing hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
each of those four days. The
regular election will be Tues-
day, March 3.

Talent Show | Sign up at the
SA office for the Talent Show



auditions. We're looking for a
wide variety of talent this year,
so bring something different.
If you have a short film or ani-
mation, painting or drawing,
or any other talent that doesn't
fit into a typical talent show
program, bring that art to the
SA office.



IIIIIIMSB



February 20

Andrew Knecht, Daniel Cates,
David Wendt, David White,
Nilsa Lebron, Raymond Liu,
Ronue Cann

February 21

Alle Vitrano, Amanda Lan-
ning, Cindy McBryar, David
Lucas, II Do Sohn, Jeri Pewsey,
Keith Snyder, Mabel Penaloza^
Michael Thompson, Nathan
Vega, Paula Olsen

February 22

Angela Ahn, Julie Roy, Kelsey



Larrabee, Mackenzie Mahan,
Nick Sauder, Vyctoria Boston

February 23

Cynthia Weitzel, Jessica Jame-
son, Jessica Stanley, Judith
Lynch, Nichola Campbell

February 24

Ashley Phillips, Eden Koli-
adko, Heather Magee, Jashira
Nieves, Jason Liers, Rachel
Knittel, Rachel McEndree

February 25

Candis Weldy, Chasatie Wil-
liams, Chris Clouzet, Diedre
Suits, Linna Zetko, Michelle
Schewtschenko, Natasha Kno-
bloch, Ruth Liu, Teresa Petti-
bone

February 26

Ashley Uyeda, Harold John-
son, Jana Miles, Phyho*
Benabe, Renee Whiting, Se<">
Johnson, Tyler Buckley, Young

Ohsie



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2009







classifieds



THE SOUTHERN. ACCENT 1 1

To add or remove classifieds email
[email protected]



Inexpensive room avail-
able next semester | Seek-
ing a female to live with 3 girls.
Located one mile from South-
ern. Private room, shared
bath, wireless Internet, cable,
dining room, kitchen, wash-
er/dryer, living room, porch
and big back yard. $200/
mo. plus water and utilities.
Call Melanie at 423-667-7564.

Wildlife lover's paradise

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
cable/Internet, washer/dryer.
$250 plus utilities. Within a
mile from Southern. E-mail
[email protected] for ap-
plication.

2 Roommates wanted |

Upstairs apartment within
walking distance from cam-
pus. Two rooms available.
Large room $275, small room
$245 plus utilities. Located
right across from Health Ser-
vices. [email protected] or
call 423-653-8302.

Roommate wanted | Look-
ing for a female roommate to
live with 3 other girls about
1.5 miles from Southern. 2
bedroom, 2 bathroom house.
Would need to be willing to
share a small room with one
other girl, $i7o/mo. Contact
Jenny 423-503-3404.

Rooms for rent 1 2 rooms for
[ rent for female students. Lo-
cated 7 miles from Collegedale,

3 miles from Ooltewah. Access
to kitchen, laundry, cable and
wireless Internet. Quiet home
with large deck. Available im-
mediately for $8 5 /wk. Call

cell: 423-280-3243
ie : 423-238-1490.



Home:



_ 04 Envoy XL | Excellent
Icondition, m iiy ]oaded ^

I* 6 * nr «- Gray with leather
[Werior. 82k miles. Asking
{«i2,ooo. Please contact Sam
I at 123-503-5286.



'04 Ford Focus SVT | Lim-
ited Ed. Blue, all the extra's,
73k miles, well-maintained,
great shape, $5,495 Call Jus-
tin at 423-308-9610.

'05 Subaru BAJA | Black
Pearl. 66k miles, turbo, Au-
tomatic Snuglid hardcover, 1
1/4" Towing Pkg, Bed Extend-
er + more. Contact Brian 423-
883-3288.

RC Airplane | Radio-con-
troled airplane, Electristar.
Comes with 4 channel ra-
dio, chargers, batteries and
box, ready to fly. If you
have questions, call Rob at
423-322-8738.

Longboard | Sector 9- Pin-
tail complete, Bones bearings,
Independent trucks, 44mm
wheels. $65. Call Amelia 423-
883-3288.

For sale | C.B. Radio (mobile
unit) with 40 channels and
two emergency channels. $75.
Complete with antenna, mike
and hanger. Call George Web-
ster at 423-728-4340.



Guitar | Electric guitar with
amp. Washburn X-series
metallic blue. This guitar is
practically new and includes
a canvas backpack style case.
Asking $i5o/obo. Call 423-
208-2618 or e-mail shanis®
southern.edu.

Classical/folk guitar |

Made by Hohner. Contessa
model HG 14 and case. All
good strings and good condi-
tion. Looks new! Comes with a
Teach Your Self Classical Gui-
tar chord book. Asking $150.
E-mail [email protected]
edu if you are interested.

Drum set | Black, 5pc Tama
Swingstar drum kit with 16"
Zildjian Medium Crash, 17"
Zildjian A Custom: Fast Crash,



20" Sabian ProSonic Ride, 13"
Sabian ProSonic hats, 10" Sa-
bian B8 Pro Splash. Gibraltar
throne, all hardware included.
14" Tama maple snare. $750.
Call Stuart 706-676-1295.

Apple iPod Touch 8GB | In

excellent condition. Includes a
USB sync cable, a pair of ear-
phones, and quick start guide.
Features include Music, Vid-
eo, Photos, Safari, YouTube,
iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store, 3.5
in. multi-touch screen, and
more. $20o/obo [email protected]
southern.edu or 423-310-
5238.

Camping Backpack | Deu-
ter Futura Vario 50+10. Awe-
some pack, basically brand
new, only used 3 times. $140
Austin: 937-684-2254.

Netgear RangeMax WNDA

3100 Dual Band Wireless-N
Adapter. Highspeed USB wire-
less adapter for 802.11 AG,
and N. In new condition and
comes with original packag-
ing. $20. Call: 423-503-3404

Whirlpool fridge | Black,
dorm-sized fridge in good con-
dition for $90. Call Samara at
423-313-0832 or e-mail at
[email protected]

Printer | Epson photo print-
er . If you have questions, call
Rob at 423-322-8738.



Media viewer for sale

MyVu pmv-ioo3i "solo edi-
tion" personal media viewer
(video glasses) - for 5th gen
iPod video only. Watch movies
on your iPod without strain-
ing to see the tiny screen, $55.
Call Jonathan 423-605-8437.

Subwoofers | Two 10"
Rockford Fosgate Punch HX2
Subwoofers. 4 Ohms. 500
Watts RMS each. 1000 Watts
Peak each. Comes in a ported
box, $800 new. Asking $250/
obo. [email protected]
770-547-6285.

Flute I Gemeinhardt 2np
flute. Some scratches. $150/
obo. Call 423-605-5145.

2 hoodies | Brand new 1 for
$20. If you are interested con-
tact me at [email protected]
edu, or call 305-457-3177-

Electric bass guitar | For

Sale Ibanez 4 string electric
bass guitar, comes with Fend-
er Rumble 15 Amp/speaker,
cord, and strap. $250.00. This
system was used once! Call
423-618-6573 and ask for Jon
for info.

Airline Voucher | I have a
Southwest Airlines voucher
valued at $583 that I will not
be able to use. It expires on
March 14, so it would be per-
fect for spring break. It can be
yours for just $400. Call 596-
9413-



Europe For Sale | $4,999
will buy 24 days (May 4-28) of
once-in-a-lifetime educational
social immersion in Europe. All
this plus 3 hours Cultural An-
thropology/Sociology credit or
Directed Study credit (profes-
sor approval required), round
trip airfare, hotel accommoda-
tions, in-country travel, 1 meal
per day and basic insurance.
Contact: Stanley Stevenson at
[email protected] or
423-236-2666.

Rabbit | For sale to a good
home: female dwarf rabbit.
Caramel-colored and white.
She's housebroken and friend-
ly. Asking $15 - comes with
some accessories. For more
info call 423-802-4280.

Leather Jackets | Two

bomber-type brown Wilson
leather jackets for sale, men's
sizes S & XL. Worn less than
8 times. Will sell for $50 each,
or both for $90. Contact ss-
[email protected] for info
or photos.

Computer Support | Are
you in need of computer sup-
port? Here is your solution;
friendly Techs are here to help
you. We do backup, hardware
installation and support. If
you would like to contact us
please e-mail [email protected]
gmail.com. Please leave a
detailed description of your
problem or need with con-
tact information for us.



free

classifieds




tudents & community residents



ac ce



[email protected]



o



12 THE SOUTHERN ACCENT

humot

Fortune cookie wisdom for SAU



Adam Wamack
H"""° Fn»n«



If we had a Chinese restau-
rant here on campus and if
we were able to print our own
fortunes for the inside of the
cookies, here are a few of the
messages you would be likely
to read.



Don't go to the Wellness
Center; it will be full.



All your hard work will
soon pay off.



Your experience at KR's will be
frustrating and crowded



Going to bed early
tonight won't work.



You will lose $450 on
book buy back.



You will find a hidden
mustard packet in the cafe. S j eep j n on Saturday;

— . . . ,. mu +u<>™ a they're not doing check this

This joint worship will be the one week

where she notices you. mle ^^ are a very

important commodity.



Do all your friends

laugh at you?



The humor page needs you!



Send all humor page submissions to Adam
Wamack. We are looking for submissions of all
kinds— lhumbsup/thumbsdown,comics,content,elc.



[email protected]



February aj^<

10am til 6pm at Collegedalc City Hall

Election Day March 3 8am-7pm



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1 9, io 09

Adam Wamack

■ Hur "or Editor

'[email protected]



Thumbs



up



down




The SA Banquet.

Massive props to the planning com-
mittees and the decorating teams: It
takes WAAAY more time/planning than
I am sure we are aware of.



The humor page saying Doug
Bachelor would be at vespers.

Let's just say that communication could have
been better. Bottom line: Our great friend Doug
Bachelor did not speak and won't be speaking
anytime in the near future as far as we know.
Sorry for the miscommunication.



Parent's Weekend.

Not quite sure how many actually
came, but all those who did bad a mar-
velous time. It was funny, however, that
it just happened to be over Valentine's
Day weekend that the chaperone levels
quadrupled on campus; administrative
coincidence? I think not!



Tuesday night's worship.

For being a worship on the topic of time man-
agement it wasn't very well managed. (Submit-
ted by: Chris Wombold)



Finding rare coins!

So I'm ordering a Grande Java Chip
Frap at Starbucks the other day, just
minding my own business, and in my
change was a bicentennial quarter!
Maybe it's just because I'm a history ma-
jor, but I screamed like a little girl when
I noticed. (Ask me to see it anytime
Thursday, Feb. 19 and if I don't have it
to show you, I'll give you a dollar, on my
word!)



Mayonnaise.

I mean, let's be honest; does anybody actu-
ally like that stuff? I'll agree that many people
tolerate it, but do people actually like it? I don t
see how...



March 12, 2009



accent.southern.edu • The student voice since 1926



Students
jto preach
hbroad this
lummer

Bephanie Schleifer
Stjh Whiter

Igipniithprn prill



Southern students will be
out of their comfort
|ies this summer as they
iach in third world coun-
1 using sermons prepared
IShareHim.

Students will travel to Ar-
ptina, El Salvador, Mexico
Ithe Philippines where they
U each preach a full series at
marate sites. Local church
ffimbers will support the
Bakers by providing other
meets of the program such as
icial music, emcee and Q &
lime, said Stephanie Shee-
h, Evangelistic Resource
pter coordinator.
Dr. Carlos Martin, direc-
r of Southern's Evangelistic
jsource Center, used to only
Be religion students on evan-
fctic projects, but in 2005,
fftook non-religion students
Qa preaching trip to Mada-

ey did very well because
Holy Spirit is the one that
jvicts, not the preacher,"

n said.

ice then the center has
itinued to take non-reli-

majors on evangelistic



see ABROAD, pace 3



VOLUME 64, ISSUE 10,



Gym-Masters reach out and preach in Hawaii



Kaliegh Lang
Staff Wiuter

klanfttiilsmiHipm prill



. Forty-four Gym-Master
members traveled to Kauai,
Hawaii to work with Habitat
for Humanity and put on a
week of prayer at Kahili Ad-
ventist School.

The team arrived in Kauai
on Friday evening, Feb. 27.
Saturday the team split up and
organized the Church services
for the Lawai Valley Seventh-
day Adventisf Church and the
Kapaa Seventh-day Adventist
Church. The services were
done entirely by the team
members, with song service,
special music, skits and testi-
monies.

Sunday through the fol-
lowing Thursday the team
split up into two groups, one
going to the Kahili Adventist
School and the other work-
ing for Habitat for Humanity.
The work day began at 8 a.m.




„ Photo By Buddy Summitt
Jeffrey Cmquemam uses a saw to cut trim while working in Hawaii over spring break.

and ended late each afternoon, of prayer for the students and was the focus of the program.

After work the team enjoyed refurbished the library. Each A different group put on

sight-seeing, the beach and lo- team member paired up with the program each day using

cal culture. a student and prayed for them songs, gymnastics and skits

At the school, team mem- throughout the week. Every

bers put on an interactive week day a past Gym-Master theme see HAWAII, pace 3



Graduation moved to convention center for first time



Katie Hammond
News Editor

kah'[email protected]



The location for Southern's
May graduation ceremony
has been changed from
Memorial Auditorium,
where graduation has been
held since 2005, to. the
Chattanooga Convention
Center.



According to an e-mail
sent out to Southern students
and faculty by Robert Young,
senior vice president for
academic administration,
"[Memorial Auditorium] had
a number of disadvantages
including limited parking, a
small lobby area and no place
to gather after the service
except on McCallie Avenue."
The Chattanooga Convention



Center provides a 1200-space
parking area, three nearby
hotels and a large enough
lobby for socialization after
graduation.

Some students have mixed
feelings about the change of
location.

"I'm interested to see how
the [Chattanooga Convention
Center] is, because I always
pictured my graduation at



Memorial Auditorium," said
Kimberly Benfield, a junior
pre-physical therapy major.
Christina Liem, a music
performance major and
senior class president, said
the location change for this
year is a trial..



INDEX



News
Religion
Opinion
Lifestyles
Sports
Chatter
Classifieds
Humor



RELIGION




Find out what
these missionaries
are experiencing
in Chad, Africa.
See page 6.



NEWS




Check out what
students saw during
their canoe trip on
page 3.



2 THE SOUTHERN ACCENT



6.022XIO 23 wins College Bowl



Chris Clouzet
Religion Editor

,-hricrln.i7i-tlg snilfhPni,«iU

With a final score of 165 -
135, Hans von Walter, Michael
Sigsworth, Lauren Sigsworth,
Danny Alvidres and Jordan
Pierce of team 6.022x10",
beat the Space Cadets to win
the $500 team prize in this
year's College Bowl final on
Feb. 26.

"The other team outplayed
us in being brave enough to
put the answers out there,"
said Bjorn Harboldt, a junior
business management major
and member of the Space Ca-
dets. "It was a good match."

Six teams were involved



in the College Bowl this year.
Dennis Negron, assistant pro-
fessor of English, said there are
usually more teams involved
but there seemed to have been
a downturn in interest com-
pared to previous years.

Because of the smaller num-
ber of teams, it became neces-
sary to use the round robin
style of tournament where
every team plays each of the
other teams and the two top
teams play each other in the
championship.

Ryan Thurber, a junior his-
tory major who is participat-
ing this year for the third time,
said he prefers the double
elimination format that has
been used in the years past.



"It's rough having one
chance at a team if you're hav-
ing an off night," Thurber said,
speaking of the round robin
style.

Negron thinks there may
have been decreased inter-
est because for the past three
years the same team had won
the College Bowl, although this
year they did not participate.

"I prefer it (the College
Bowl) with double elimina-
tion-there are more teams,"
Negron said. He added that
when more people are playing
there are more people inter-
ested in the games.

Von Walter, a freshman
bio-chemistry major and cap-
tain of 6.022x1023, said there



Zhuang trial delayed



The trial for sophomore
computer science Ruiguang
"Jay" Zhuang, who was ar-
rested in September for ag-
gravated domestic assault and
aggravated robbery against
another student, was delayed
until April 3.

The grand jury trial, which
was originally scheduled for
Feb. 27, was delayed because
Zhuang's attorney did not show
up. Zhuang said he wasn't sure
why his lawyer failed to ap-
pear, but hoped the situation



would be resolved soon.

The victim, Zhuang's ex-
girlfriend, did not return to
Southern this semester, ac-
cording to Southern's records
office. Zhuang's lawyer doubts
the victim will show up to the
trial. And if she doesn't ap-
pear, the case will most likely
be thrown out, said Bill Wil-
son, Southern's volunteer co-
ordinator who has been help-
ing Zhuang during the court
proceedings.



Thursday, March 12, 2009



mittirniflrmit.



ACCENTSOUTHEHN.e



EMILY YOUNG
KATIE HAMMOND
RACHEL HOPKINS
SARAH HAYHOE
CHRIS CLOUZET



Monika Bliss

zack livingston

adam wamack

katie dexter
layout & design

aimeeburchard



HANNAH KUNTZ
KA1TLIN ELLOWAY



MATT TURK



Laure Chamberlain




t —— — ——■ ~ PhotobyEmilvK,.!

The winning team with Hans von Walter, Michael Sigsworth, Lam,^
worth and Jordan Pierce work hard on answering questions uA^I
DennisNegron and Kari State watch m the foreground. [

seemed to be enough interest would be good for pa

from the people watching the give it a shot and it was real,!

final at convocation. run to see how you m«u|

He also recommends others up against friends and i

getting involved in the future. mates."

Von Walter said, "I think it



Dr. Aagaard joins television panel



Brittany Russell
Staff Writer

hrittflpy"^'' 111



Earlier this semester, Dr.
Earl Aagaard, professor in the
biology department, joined a
panel to discuss Darwinism
and Design for the new Gener-
al Conference TV series called
"Intersection."

The panel, which took place
on Jan. 27, included Aagaard,
Elder Donkor of the Biblical
Research Institute and a mod-
erator. The purpose of this
panel was to provide content
for an episode of Intersec-
tion."

The new 100-episode TV se-
ries, "Intersection: Your Faith,
Your World," was launched
earlier this month, according
to Adventist News Network.
The 30-minute long episodes
will be aired on the Web and
on Hope TV. The purpose of
this series is to serve as a dis-
cussion starting point for small
groups, Bible studies and Sab-
bath school classes.

The panels, which are
filmed for the show, are con-
ducted in a roundtable-like
setting where Adventist com-
mentators, academics and
professionals all discuss their
opinions on a certain topic.



Aagaard said each topic will
be a different issue in which
faith and the real world in-
tersect. Several topics include
women in the church and
the influence of the media on
Christianity.

•• There is no

way we are

going to be able

to get through

all this, there is

just too much

to discuss, y*

-Dr. Earl Aagaard



In the episode that features
Aagaard, panelists were given
15 minutes to talk about Dar-
winism and Design, based on a
list of questions given to them
before hand.

Whenlsawthelistlthought,
"There is no way we are going
to be able to get through all
this,'" Aagaard said. "There is
just too much to discuss."

Aagaard said they mainly
discussed why it is important



that people understand I
doctrine of creation aid ti
the subject (consensus) stall
not be presented as creaM
versus evolution. I

"Science and religion afl|

actually opposed to each J
er," Aagaard said. "We «_
want people to think W|

Aagaard expressed c
that church members *]
confusing the scientific
terprise and the maten*
world view.

"Science isn't the !
materialism," Aagaard;
"It was started by the*

To see Aagaard's ep
or previous episodes"' J
section, visit intersect!
ventist.org.






HUR SDAY, MARCH 1 2, 2009

lawaii

intinued from Pg. 1

support the speaker's mes-
je.

One of the high school
ichers told Rick Schwarz,
ach of the Gym-Masters,
mnastics and skits to sup-
rt the speaker's message.
One of the high school
ichers told Rick Schwarz,
ach of the Gym-Masters,
[t she wished the team
mid have come at the be-
ming of the school year be-
use the week-of-prayer had
[uenced the kids, improving
eir behavior.

The group working with
abitat for Humanity helped
uld a house as well as work at
eir thrift store. Team mem-
rs helped clear out the store,





Online LibraryEmma Florence CunliffeSouthern accent, Sept. 2008-Apr. 2009 (Volume v.64) → online text (page 47 of 63)