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October 2006
Guideposts;Oct2006, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p86
This section provides information on the individuals in the stories featured in this issue. Phil Hamburger and his family rebuilt their farm after a devastating storm and were able to harvest their entire crop of wheat, soy and oats in 2005. The book, Praying for My Life, of contributing editor Marion Bond West, is now available at bookstores. Virginia Baker had a liver transplant in 2003 after postponing it for 20 years.


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