Donna Jordan 's Kindergarten Class Of 1992

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Donna Jordan 's kindergarten Class of 1992 had some helpful hints on how to cook a Thanksgiving turkey.
Laura Grant says: First you cut it up. You have to spray some stuff on it.
Then you put it on the pan and put it in the oven.
You take it out and let it in the refrigerator to cool it off.
Brittany Curtis says: Simple. You buy it. Put it in the pot. Then cook it.
Gregory Morris says: Put the bones in first. Then you put the meat on the bones and then it 's all done.
It isn’t very accurate but I like Gregory’s helpful hint: Put in the bones first. Then you put the meat on the bones.
Paul writes to the Ephesians: I have heard of your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love toward all the saints.
Paul put the bones in first; he preached the gospel to the Ephesians.
He preached about Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ Jesus that died on the cross and now sits above all authority and power.
And the Ephesians received the gospel in faith and in love.
Christian faith is built on faith and love.
Apart from these, there is no Christian faith, no matter what you may call it.
John Vartan was born in Lebanon in 1945 and immigrated to the United States.
He earned an engineering degree from Michigan Tech and a Master’s Degree from Penn State.
He became wealthy and started multiple businesses, a very public figure.
Dauphin County coroner Graham Hetrick heard about Vartan and says he “wanted to meet this guy who was an immigrant and loved America so much.”
Vartan was known for caring

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