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There was a perfect stillness for a long while; then slowly the sun came.
When Irene came to the club and told us about the girls, we all agreed that this was our main priority right now - keeping this family going, making sure they were being taken care of,'' said Bob Blisten, president of the Tarzana-Encino Rotary Club.
I came to know Glenn through his work in the ACTS Doctor of Ministry in Preaching Program, of which he is a recent graduate.
The suggestion for wetlands came from a local environmentalist in mid- 2000, he said, and the department had conducted its first feasibility study by December.
When we understand that this word came to Jeremiah while he was under arrest in the court of the guard of King Zedekiah, during the siege of Jerusalem, because he kept saying there was no use resisting the army of Nebuchadnezzar, the passage changes remarkably.
Since I came out three years ago, life has had its ups and downs.
The Kings' only win in the past two seasons came in the next-to-last game of the 1998-99 season, a 4-3 overtime victory at the Forum two weeks after the Ducks had clinched a playoff spot.
Tatiana came out in her early 20s, when Eden and their brother, Sam, were both children.