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Texas’ history of relations and treatment of Indian peoples is, to say the least, checkered. When Spanish, Mexican, and European-American migrants moved to Texas, tension and conflict often flared with contact between Native Americans and the new interlopers. Even when the two cultures worke…

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1 John 5:14 tells us “This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.” Last week we went to God and we shared with you certain needs. He answered some of our prayers through you.

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Dear Dave: My wife and I made a resolution this year to pay off $20,000 in credit card debt we’ve accumulated. I want us to follow your plan, and live on a really tight budget. She wants us to use a debt consolidation company, like some of her friends have done. I’m really against her idea, …

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A previous article provided a short history about the changes in income tax rates in the United States since the passage of a constitutional amendment authorizing its creation in the early 1900’s, just over a hundred years ago. Estate and gift taxes were imposed prior to the income tax. Prio…

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I’ve been thinking a great deal about friendship lately – thinking about it and writing about it. In fact, my latest book, The Art of Friendship was just released last week. It came out just at a time when I was personally being challenged to be the faithful friend who sticks through thick a…

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First Baptist Church, Garrison, will host a Bible study with Pastor Ben Richardson during each morning and evening services in January.

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The have been many changes prompted by the passage of the healthcare law. Many have to do with the consolidation of the healthcare industry. But one such change is very unique, and was recently reported by Gist Healthcare. The report from Gist Healthcare states that the unique action is that…

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