Recognizing God’s Divine Intervention

Jul 26

The following experiences were shared by Grandpa Russon, who has an acute ability to recognize God’s help.  These stories illustrate the role that daily God plays in the lives of his children. ROBBED IN KOREA In Pusan Korea I had acquired a job as Regimental head sign painter, which was not much of a distinction, but afforded a nice life style of being my own...

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Providential Help In Times Of Distress

Jul 03

It is a part of our faith in God to believe in and expect providential help in some of our stresses incident to mortal life. It is said that where the church is, there will be miracles, a sure sign of God’s true kingdom on the earth. I remember vividly, as a young boy probably seven years old, alone coming from the church house to home with snow on the ground...

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Caffeine’s Effect Upon Energy, Sleep, and Health

Jul 03

This letter was written by Grandpa Russon in 2005 to National Geographic Magazine in response to an article they published in 2005 about the use of caffeine. January 9 2005 Your article “Caffeine” certainly reveals the great increasing influence this common drug has on the whole world. But I feel it leaves us loving a substance which is really not...

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God’s Covenant People – Through 6000 Years

Apr 01

1. As we look at the generations of mankind on the earth since the time of Adam and discern through history and Biblical writings the dealings of all mighty God with humanity, and the reaction of Man to God’s commandments and His promises we begin to realize the importance of our own brief time on stage here, and the blessing of being alive on this earth at...

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Tribute to a Father Named Stan – A Poem

Apr 01

Oh, do you remember a farmer named Stan, Who merits our honor if anyone can. We’re proud he’s the leader of our family. It is clear that we follow in his legacy. Our father grew up on a farm in his youth, Where the value of labor was taught as a truth; But wages for weeding those onions that reek, Was a sweet penny candy that lasted a week. His greatest...

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Coffee Bars in Public Schools?

Nov 28

[The following letter was sent by Grandpa Russon in 2007 to local public school administrators in response to the question of setting up coffee bars in public schools.] Recently in the news there was an announcement of the proliferation of coffee bars in public schools across the country. I was surprised at the apparent absence of resistance or concern about this...

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