We deal with different kinds of loss in our lives: the loss of a loved one through death, the loss of a relationship through divorce or separation, the loss of a career or ministry position. It could even be the loss of an idea, possibly the idea of how we thought our lives would turn out. The pain of loss is very real, no matter the cause.
The 2015-16 season of Advent Christian Village’s Live! at Dowling Park Artist Series is fast approaching. The full line up will be announced at the end of this month, but series coordinator Dick Grillo wants to go ahead and get the word out about a pre-season concert happening at the beginning of next month. Aug. 7, the Boys’ Choir of Tallahassee is returning for another anticipated performance.
Seventy-five years ago, World War II was almost a year old. The United States had yet to enter the war directly, though they were sending supplies to their allies in Europe. Germany, Italy, Japan and Russia were marching (literally and figuratively) through Europe and Asia, defeating and laying claim to those countries they desired. It was a frightening time at home and abroad. And things had only just begun.
California has its earthquakes. Kansas has its “twisters.” New England has its nor'easters. And along other areas, the southeast has its hurricanes. Hurricane season, the time of the year when more hurricanes hit, is June 1 through Nov. 30. It’s during this time that hurricane preparedness becomes important.
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