Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Wednesday, February 4, 2009 Good News Posts from Margaret

How Much to Plant Per Person in the Vegetable Garden

I am ready for Spring and gardening and I guess it is showing in the articles I have been posting. Here is one that will help you know how much to plant per person.

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Maintaining body temperature important in cold

"How cold weather affects the body when exercising outdoors depends on what activity is being performed, as well as how cold it is outside. But the primary focus should be on maintaining as normal a body temperature (98.6 degrees) as possible."

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Earlham professor shares sabbatical experiences

"Tim Seid, associate dean and assistant professor of New Testament Studies for the Earlham School of Religion in Richmond, Ind., has recently completed an six-month sabbatical.

He participated in a five-week study seminar at the American Academy in Rome during which he studied the material culture of the lower classes of people in the early Roman Empire. His research focused on the role of the household philosophical adviser as a way of understanding the Apostle Paul's function within households and his writing of letters of moral exhortation to those groups."

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VeggieTales World TV Premiere on GMC Sat. Feb. 7

"Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and their VeggieTales® friends make their Gospel Music Channel (GMC) television network debut when GMC ( presents the world television premiere of the new VeggieTales® DVD, Abe and the Amazing Promise on Sat. Feb 7 at 9:00 a.m. ET (Also 10a, 11a, 2p, 3p, 4p.) "

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Playing hide-and-seek with God

"So much of our lives are spent hiding from others. We're afraid they may not like what they see.

Our solution is to construct 'fronts' and defenses to hide behind. True, that permits us to hide but it also penalizes us by making intimacy with other people difficult.

Unless we are truly known we cannot be truly loved."

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