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Prayer in a printing mistake
I had just moved back to Dallas after living and working in another state for a few years. It was late 1990, and lots of business were laying off employees, so I was really glad to be able to get a job as soon as I needed one—the big firm where I'd worked before, first in the '70s a couple of times and again in the '80s, offered me work as soon as I called them. They always seemed to have a place for me. And that felt good. It would have been easy to believe that at my age, I was not exactly this law firm's first choice—that they'd want the youngest, strongest, and most technically savvy people they could find.
My first day back, I saw lots of old friends and colleagues. Their common greeting was, "She's baaack."
Staying on the path
with contributions from Joan Stagg, Ron Walker, Roger Due, Daphne Payne, Dorothy Kerr
items of interest
with contributions from Amanda Bower, David M. Young
THE TONE at the top
By Dave Hohle Senior Managing Editor
When INVESTING, put GOD first
By Tony Lovett
Betrayed in business, Sustained by PRAYER
By Diane Maloney
By Bettie Gray Sentinel staff
By Beverly Bemis Hawks Dewindt
SURVIVING a stock market crash
By Beverly Goldsmith Contributing Editor
A SPIRITUAL VIEW OF MARKETS IN TURMOIL
Integrity in coaching college football
By Kim Shippey Sentinel staff
More than human destiny
By Tony Lobl
A time for steadfastness
By Russ Gerber
A life full of spiritual healings
Prayer brings happiness and resolution
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