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Neil McLeod
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Wedding Poem Do you recall my darling   before my hair turned grey, We each made a promise   to honor and obey. You with stephanotis   for your bride’s bouquet, I am thinking of that now -   our son is married today. We asked God together  for blessing and ...

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Please enjoy this new perspective on the traditional Christmas Story and share it with your family and friends. The word was made flesh!

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Another Cuppa - New Poems
My eleventh book of original poetry just written has gone to press and it available from Amazon .  The introduction was written by our pastor and friend John MacArthur.   and the volume contains the Christmas poem "Roi's Tale" which is the traditional story...

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For an excellent array of home furnishings see this video.

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Mount Pleasant Community Church, Oregon
The Mount Pleasant Community Church If you are looking for a traditional Christian American "early church" experience, and you are in the Salem, Oregon area, look no further than the Mount Pleasant Community Church . Sound biblical preaching from Pastor Ric...

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It was a joy to play the harmonica as the congregation sang "Abide With Me"

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Mount Pleasant Community Church, Oregon
The Mount Pleasant Community Church If you are looking for a traditional Christian American early church experience, and you are in the Salem, Oregon area, look no further. Sound biblical preaching from Pastor Richard Neely is proclaimed at a simple rustic ...

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How to put a ship in a bottle. You've wondered - now see how it is done.

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Pulling Together - A rowing tale
Pulling Together On The River - Neil McLeod I used to row at Guy's Hospital in the early 70's, and the premature demise of a colleague and fellow member of the Beverly Hills Academy of Dentistry, who rowed for Cornell, caused me to reflect on his exemplary ...

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Ashes To Ashes - loosing a child
Our friends the Ramseyers
lost their son A.J. two weeks ago. Knowing the reason for this loss is not as important as understanding the immense loss.  I was asked to contribute a poem to
be included in the celebration of his life which was held on Saturday...
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