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Faith to Go for Dec 8

Faith to Go for Dec 8

Special guest Kathy Wilder, joins to discuss John the baptist preaching and baptizing in the desert

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Bruce Cornely
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Bruce Cornely

Sorry for the duplicates..... captcha doesn't indicate that the message was posted and it appeared off my screen. The message just disappeared with another code.

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I'm being hindered by technology..... I do not like Podcasts or videos for education. The box on the page read "Read more." But I was greeted with a Podcast that began with guitar strumming. I will go no farther (I don't like them in church, either). The box indicated I could READ Kathy Wilder's message. Next, after I had typed a message and entered the captcha code it was rejected in spite of my having correctly copied it. Technology is really getting in the way.
By the way, my first note was not as irritated as this one. See what captcha, podcasts and guitars does to me!
This is the fourth try.... now the fifth.... now the SIXTH....

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Bruce Cornely
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Bruce Cornely

I'm being hindered by technology..... I do not like Podcasts or videos for education. The box on the page read "Read more." But I was greeted with a Podcast that began with guitar strumming. I will go no farther (I don't like them in church, either). The box indicated I could READ Kathy Wilder's message. Next, after I had typed a message and entered the captcha code it was rejected in spite of my having correctly copied it. Technology is really getting in the way.
By the way, my first note was not as irritated as this one. See what captcha, podcasts and guitars does to me!
THis is not the SIXTH try

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Bruce Cornely
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Bruce Cornely

I'm being hindered by technology..... I do not like Podcasts or videos for education. The box on the page read "Read more." But I was greeted with a Podcast that began with guitar strumming. I will go no farther (I don't like them in church, either). The box indicated I could READ Kathy Wilder's message. Next, after I had typed a message and entered the captcha code it was rejected in spite of my having correctly copied it. Technology is really getting in the way.
By the way, my first note was not as irritated as this one. See what captcha, podcasts and guitars does to me! This is now the fifth try.

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Bruce Cornely
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Bruce Cornely

I'm being hindered by technology..... I do not like Podcasts or videos for education. The box on the page read "Read more." But I was greeted with a Podcast that began with guitar strumming. I will go no farther (I don't like them in church, either). The box indicated I could READ Kathy Wilder's message. Next, after I had typed a message and entered the captcha code it was rejected in spite of my having correctly copied it. Technology is really getting in the way.
By the way, my first note was not as irritated as this one. See what captcha, podcasts and guitars does to me!
Come on... this is the fourth time copying the stupid captcha code....

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