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My Paperback Book By M. Phillips
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The Tale of Poncho the Ptarmigan is about an optimistic ptarmigan. A ptarmigan is the Alaskan state bird, which in the story the general public does not care too much for. Most people think they... More > are annoying and not very smart birds. From a young age Poncho is determined to shed this stereotype. He ends up deciding that he will be the first ptarmigan to climb Mt. Denali. Along his way to climb the mountain Poncho encounters teenagers in an adventure club, a hitchhiker, a street musician, ice-cream makers, a pilot, a Boy Scout troop, and more. All of these people help Poncho in their own way to meet his goal. Poncho is determined to make it to the top of the United States’ highest mountain to prove anyone can accomplish anything no matter what others think; all that matters is what you think.< Less
Out In God's Country, Tonight - An Adult's Re-Experience of Philmont Scout Ranch, Cimarron, New Mexico By Joseph Torlucci
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Philmont offers arguably the most challenging personal and group experiences available through Boy Scouting. Join in on the adventure as an adult Scouter returns to Philmont after 33 years with 11... More > other crew members, including two of his sons. The daily diary is both insightful and inspirational, providing those who have yet to experience Philmont firsthand a unique glimpse into what the Philmont experience is all about. The author brings you along on the trail as he details the preparation, excitement and trials. Valuable reading for anyone considering a trip to Boy Scouting's great "adventureland". A portion of the proceeds from sale of this book go toward a Philmont campership program.< Less
THE SELECT WORKS OF ELDER JOSEPH L. PURINGTON 1820-1874 By Joseph Purington
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A Collection of Articles written by Joseph L. Purington which were submitted to, and published by, the Southern Baptist Messenger and Signs of the Times periodicals. While reading these articles,... More > one may learn much history, and will be edified in the most holy faith of God's elect. An unintended side benefit in reading these will be a growing sense of the turbulent religious upheaval of his day, as equal to the extreme religious frenzy now possessing modern so-called churches. The screams, shaking, jumping, racket-making, arm-slinging, madness once noted in Scripture of the followers of Baal at Mt. Carmel, and the present-day Voodooism of the Caribbean somewhat identify the natural religion of this world's adoption, and falsely claim, to be "Christianity". One may compare the quiet, humble, and reverent worship of Zion with that of contemporary American noisy and carnal religion. Stanley C. Phillips< Less

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