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Elise Moore


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Christian healing. Healing happens! I wanted a place to share the sweet stories of God's grace and power that people send to me. Lift up your heart with joy to the Lord! Rejoice, be glad, and praise God's wonderful works to the children of men.
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Christian Science practitioner, teacher and speaker
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Christian Science Practitioner, Teacher, Speaker
An international Christian healing ministry helping others follow Christ Jesus in daily life through Bible study, cultivating Christian character and prayer.
I committed my life to Christ when I was six and have been preaching and healing since then. I love to hear others' healing experiences and triumphs through the power of God.  God is revealing new views of goodness and glory each day and we can bless one another by sharing our love for God and one another.
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Food is healthy, fresh, and consistently good. Service is quick and efficient just don't expect smiles. I've been coming here for years and it's my go to restaurant for tasty, healthy, reasonable prices. Best nachos in the country when you aren't going healthy, but then their black bean salad has the same goodies over lettuce instead of chips.
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reviewed in the last week
Renovation taking place. Choose a renovated floor. There is a microwave by the ice machine on every floor. Currently renovating Executive 5th floor so I chose 3rd floor. Room is business friendly, new lamps with two charging plugs per lamp, frig, sofa, automan, king bed, very nice. Restaurant is friendly, good service. Front desk brought water and soda on request because executive lounge closed. Snacks for sale in lobby. I'd stay here again.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Visited and had a great experience. Bible lesson was in depth, lots of time for prayer.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Don't miss the cafe after visiting the fine exhibits. Hidden in the back of the building overlooking a pleasant courtyard with outdoor tables as well as indoor space, the food is excellent and fairly priced. The half chicken salad sandwich on croissant roll is delicious. Homemade chips or a yummy salad come with. The fruit tea is a local treat and the desserts are amazing. The exhibits change regularly. The building itself is delightful art deco and the museum shop provides special gifts some made by local artisans.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
45 reviews
Large restaurant plenty of seating inside and outside. Very clean, pleasant staff, food is typical Subway. The problem is the parking lot. Outdoor seating splits lot in two so you are going in and out the same narrow drive. Try coming in the side street and parking beside the building rather than in front of it. Less congestion. Homeless person came in asking for meal. Might want to consider safety issues if you are a woman alone. Staff didn't intervene.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
The museum showcases a pair of male and female marble stone figures that are one of the finest set of carved stone figures from this period in the US. The figures and kneeling and the detail is remarkable. Recently retrieved from the Smithsonian, this is worth seeing if you have any interest in Mississippian culture. The ranger talk was informative and really worthwhile.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago