and she encourages you to pick up a copy of her upcoming book on doors (to open up new relationships...)Glen Brown shared pictures of his recent trip with his wife Marcia to central France during our May 31st Rotary lunch meeting, with lots of medieval castles, picturesque scenery, memories, wine and dining.
Glen showed us the highest constructed site in France (...
King of England, born in 1003; died 5 January, 1066.
He was the son of Ethelred II and Emma, daughter of Duke Richard of Normandy, being thus half-brother to King Edmund Ironside, Ethelred's son by his first wife, and to King Hardicanute, Emma's son by her second marriage with Canute.
The name Sechelt is derived from the Sechelt language word, shishalh, the name of the First Nations people who first settled the area thousands of years ago.
The original Village of Sechelt was incorporated on February 15, 1956.
Many can begin treating their shingles pain by taking over the counter medications. Peter's true and original name was Simon, sometimes occurring in the form Symeon . He was the son of Jona (Johannes) and was born in Bethsaida ( John , 44 ), a town on Lake Genesareth, the position of which cannot be established with certainty, although it is usually sought at the northern end of the lake. Eccl., III, xxxi) from Clement, the ancient Christian literature which has come down to us is silent.Already, at this first meeting, the Saviour foretold the change of Simon's name to Cephas ( Kephas ; Aramaic Kipha , rock), which is translated Petros (Latin, Petrus ) a proof that Christ had already special views with regard to Simon.Peter and Andrew were engaged at their calling when Jesus met and addressed them: "Come ye after me, and I will make you to be fishers of men ".On the same occasion the sons of Zebedee were called ( Matthew -22 ; Mark -20 ; Luke 5:1-11 ; it is here assumed that Luke refers to the same occasion as the other Evangelists ).When hardly ten years old he was sent with his brother Alfred into Normandy to be brought up at the court of the duke his uncle, the Danes having gained the mastery in England.