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November 2007
Guideposts;Nov2007, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p140
The article summarizes true-to-life stories of hope and faith featured in the November 2007 issue of the "Guideposts." Simon Hurst whipped up a scrumptious and English-inspired Pumpkin Pudding, but it did not convince his wife, Brina, to learn her way around the kitchen. A tornado may have ripped through Greensburg, Kansas, but Pastor Marvin George says its residents are standing tall. Million dollar man Daniel Schantz learned that he can not put a price tag on life's blessings of good health and family.


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