Thursday, February 02, 2006

How to leave a comment...

Click on comment at the end of the message you have read.

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You can do it. GW.


Anonymous said...

Hi George and Robin,
we are lifting you and the whole family up to the heavenly father and praising Him for your amazing testimony. Hang in there.

Paul and Hazel Jenkins (the"older" couple in the second row)

Anonymous said...

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