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I have been in education for the past twenty-six years, and today I learned a lesson from a 15 year-old student.
“The shepherd always tries to persuade the sheep that their interests, and his own, are the same.” — Henri-Marie Beyle
“It’s not our job to question what He’s doing with our lives. He has purpose for it, and we just have to trust Him and know that His plan is the right way.” –Sam Bradford
From Austen Henry Layard’s discovery of the winged bulls of Assyria, to the Ben HaCohen HaGadol inscription found recently in Jerusalem, Biblical archeology has served as means to systematically examine the past.
Eventually, Ike was evacuated to a military hospital in Great Britain. The doctors treated his chest wound, inflated his collapsed lung, and removed many briar thorns from his body. They also treated two wounds, which he had received before arriving at the hedgerow.
Being a veteran teacher, “Ike” was one of my mentors when I arrived at Memphis Harding Academy. If you were on campus between 1966 and 1988, you will remember him wheeling up and down the ramp outside the Guidance Office. Perhaps what you do not know is how he ended up in that wheelchair.
“All truth is God’s truth, wherever it be found.” — Arthur F. Holmes
Through the years in Indian Territory, Robert Wallace Officer’s work-load increased, and his health decreased.
Robert Wallace Officer’s Indian mission stirred envy among several of his co-workers. Acknowledging this, he spoke freely …
As the Oklahoma Territory was being established, many workers joined Robert Wallace Officer’s expanding ministry. Since the population was scattered throughout the territory, Officer had to travel to preach. Traveling among his preaching points, he was able to convert and train several preachers.