Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

The middle of the week is here. This time last week we were nearing the end of Day 1 of Sharathon. It's amazing to look back and feel like it was an eternity ago - but it just happened and we are amazed by you generosity!

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102.5 Shore Things
Getting to Know the Eastern Shore!

#89. Harrington, DE

Harrington is the "hub of Delaware" and while they host the state fair, they also have a slew of fair ground activities throughout the year. Want to learn more about the heritage of Harrington? CLICK HERE

#88. Spences Bazaar
#87. Trap Pond Bike Trail

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Ginny Owens

Ginny Owens is blind. But like Ray Charles, her handicap might just have been the fuel her soul needed to write some of todays most beautiful and eloquent Christian songs.

Born and raised in Jackson, Miss., Owens was discovering melodies on the piano almost before she could complete a sentence. Sunday school songs and common childhood tunes began to emerge from her fingers even as vision began to leave her eyes. By the age of three, a degenerative eye condition left Ginny completely blind.

Despite her physical challenge, music just made sense to her, quickly becoming a lifeline for both understanding and communication. Songs provided a window into a world Ginny couldn’t see, but they also offered an outlet for her to express her own thoughts, dreams and questions.
“My songs are my journal entries,” Owens said. “Sometimes they’re simply my observations of the world around me; sometimes they’re the conversations that I’m neither brave nor articulate enough to have with others.”

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Scriptural Pursuit

Q: Who received a wet fleece as a sign of God's approval?

A: Gideon (Judges 6:36-38)

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