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The West Chester State Normal School published the first yearbook, , in 1910. In 1911, the name of the publication changed to , which has remained the title of the annual publication into the present day.

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Miriam Adeney

Associate Professor, Seattle Pacific University and Regent College

Women need to read this book to be encouraged. Men need to read it and wake up.

Darrell L. Whiteman, from the Foreword

Many young women are struggling to find an appropriate place in today’s mission world. This helpful book is honest and realistic, showing how “women’s issues” are not a side-light in mission, but are genuinely everyone’s concern. I want to give a copy to a friend who is grappling with some of these matters.

Elizabeth S. Brewster

Associate Professor, School of Intercultural Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary

This unique book realistically describes the personal and spiritual problems that women encounter when caught up in the cross-cultural and spiritual task of proclaiming and demonstrating the good news of the Kingdom.

the late Arthur F. Glasser

Dean Emeritus, School of Intercultural Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary





Introduction, Marguerite G. Kraft

Index of Biblical References


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Stories From a Missionary Family in Tajikistan

by: David James (Author)

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How would a young American missionary family react when immersed in the heart of remote Tajikistan? Follow the James family’s adventures in an ancient Persian city an hour north of Afghanistan. Through the humor and pain of these vignettes you will discover not only a new people and their culture but will examine anew your own culture and faith.

James takes the routine and turns it into the wondrous, humorous, and sometimes sad—much in the tradition of James Herriot the English veterinarian surgeon (All Creatures Great and Small) who drew us into his world of animals with both laughter and pathos.

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Professor, Trinity International University

Having devoted my life to missionary service, I love a good read that captures the heart of another culture. Now I have a new favorite—“Sixteen Seasons” by David James. The author combines the storytelling of Hosseini (The Kite Runner) with the observation of Dalrymple (From the Holy Mountain) and adds his own spiritual reflection to the cultural interplay. The result is an insightful, entertaining account of the infusion of good news into a dark environment.

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Church Planting Director, Christar


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A Personal Reflection on the Biblical Teaching in Light of the Theological Criteria of Islam

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This book is a culturally relevant presentation of the truth of the Trinity to the Muslim mindset. Originally it was issued through a Turkish secular publishing house and had a countrywide repercussion, even in Islamic circles. It is a useful presentation for both Muslim and Christian readers, providing fundamental keys for understanding and explaining the Trinity.

It is a high privilege to recommend this unique book authored by long-term Spanish worker in Turkey. I can think of no other person more qualified to speak to the themes of the Christian Trinity to a secular or religious readership.

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What do you do for a living?

I live by air, water, food, and love. Ha. As for working, I’d say I make people smile, professionally.

How would you describe what you do?

I create musical compositions for artists. I engineer recording sessions. I mix songs. I teach bass, piano, and composition (by way of music programming). I offer performances, both live and in studio, on bass, guitar, keys, voice. Mostly, I talk and encourage people.

What does your work entail?

My work takes a great deal of ‘people skills’. I’m always interacting with different personality types seeing people on good days as well as bad. I use music to lift people’s energy. If it’s a more intimate setting like the studio or my office, it will entail talking, asking serious questions, and making jokes in order to enhance the results of learning or recording. If it’s on stage, it will entail me physically demonstrating through my movements; ‘feeling a song in my bones’ and of course playing as many proper notes as possible to encourage the listener/viewer to be a part of my/our experience on stage. My work also involves tons of homework, lots practice time, lots of bettering myself to produce better results, lots of learning about people to evaluate how they intake and hold information. To be optimal, for me, involves sweating and working hard when no one is around so that when it’s game time, there are as few glitches on my part as possible. People expect me to always be on my game; to always deliver excellent results.

What’s a typical work week like?

My week will usually consist of a handful of scheduled lessons and performances booked months out. It’s typical for my weeks to get full during the week or 2 prior. This means I have to be creative and very flexible with my scheduling. Every week is different. I guess a typical work week for me is atypical. Ha

How did you get started?

Heard and watched a guy RIPPING a white Prince guitar and I thought it looked fun. I got started by having fun on guitar, then using guitar and bass to heal my wounds/find my happy place. Initially, I had NO idea that I could make money playing instruments. To be more specific about the things I do now, I’d say I got started by making friends, networking.

June 25, 2012 at 8:30 AM

So Mike, you say," THEY and WE KNOW WHO THEY ARE."Are your trying to imply that Jim Kidd and Andrew Audet know who they are and so do we? Say it isnt so, Mike.

June 29, 2012 at 8:46 PM

I think that Peder Norby made a mistake with the Cardiff Plan. Some people are happy with him as the consultant for 101, but I think the General Plan is a disaster. Who has even read it? It is over 1,000 pages long and this is for an area that is 19 square miles. Everyone still hates it, Patrick Murphy and the Planning Department.

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Anonymous, please stop your cowardly posting against the Coast News, Jim Kydd and Andrew Audet. I'm so grateful we do have our local weekly paper, and I'm glad for Andrew Audet's activism and video. Obviously, the truth HURTS. Your bullying, trying to "kill the messenger" isn't going to work. With people like you associating with and supporting Peder Norby's "reputation," you only make him look WORSE.

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The real question is who is paying Mike Andreen? Certainly the New Encinitas Business Network doesn't earn him enough money to live on. So Mike, can you tell us where the rest of your income comes from?

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Bottles and cans??

October 18, 2014 at 3:40 PM

Mike's money comes from his wife working at a vet's office for minimum wage while he sits around all day posting shit on blogs.

July 31, 2012 at 11:05 PM

Mike Andreen is spreading his lies and his distorted sense of reality blaming all the opponents of Jerome Stocks for everything that's gone wrong in the General Plan Update. Blaming Barth for the GPU and making it sounds sound was in cahoots with MIG and the planning staff is ludicrous. The Encinitas Right To Vote initiative will put the control back in the hands of the residents of Encinitas. Unchecked aggressive growth dictated by the State/SANDAG/ and the pro-developer council members will soon get a dose of reality check: Residents of Encinitas do care about their community characters and don't want to see height limits increased, deteriorating traffic, and fantasy concepts about smart growth.Future up-zoning fueled by outside pressures will only be approved if approved by the residents that actually live in Encinitas, and not Oceanside like Mike Andreen, or Rancho Santa Fe like some influential members of the ERAC.

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