Siloam Springs is the kind of hometown where you are likely to meet a friend at the grocery store and you can still expect your neighbor to loan you something. There are advantages to living in a small town. But there are also disadvantages. Take my neighbor Don Haxel. Upon meeting Don you will immediately like him. He has been a fixture in this town for many years. There are many families who have been blessed by Don and his wife Brenda. So why the disadvantage? Simple, he has perhaps the greenest thumb of anyone I know. His gardens and flowers are absolutely beautiful, but apart from taking out a small loan for flowers and plants and hiring someone to plant them and ensure they grow. I cannot compete. So I get to admire his house and wish I could get my stuff to look half as nice as his.
We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights. That among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men. Deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. For those of us fortunate enough to live in the United States of America, it is easy to take for granted the unparalleled liberty we've experienced for over 200 years.
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I have been battling some severe health issues. It feels like I'm dying a long painful death. Lately, I have been really sick and I have been praying for God to give me strength to fight or to let me fall into his heavenly arms peacefully. As I laid down to pray, I'm pleading with God to help me through this. Let me be more then a burden.
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I am a single woman in Springdale. I was laid off of work in November of last year, my unemployment benefits have run out, I do not have any income to fall back on, and I am still having trouble finding a job despite sending out resumes. I would like to find a job to earn an income and at the same time be doing the Lord's work serving others. I am a Christian but do not have a church, and I would like to request prayer that I might find a singles friendly church. I also just found out my niece is bisexual and I would like to request prayer for her that she would turn from the sin and back to God. Thank you !!
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