Give & Take

Adventist Life

Years ago an elementary school teacher had her students bring something in for show-and-tell that represented their religion. The day arrived. A Jewish boy in the class showed up wearing his yarmulke (cap) to represent his faith. A Catholic girl wore her rosary. The third student, an Adventist girl, also brought something.

She brought in a casserole.

—W. L. Parker, The Dalles, Oregon

Camp Meeting Memories

Forty-five years ago I was a 10-year-old attending the Soquel, California, camp meeting with my parents. It had been a long Sabbath day for me, and I was drowsy as my mother and I sat in the back of the …

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