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SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 | ISSUE #18 >

Fruit That Will Last – At the end of every article I write for my website, A Sign of Hope, I put a note that if communication were to go out for any length of time, people should meet on Saturday mornings at 9 am local time at their local Church.

Some have asked me what they are to do then. Obviously, if such an eventuality were to occur it would be because we were in some sort of crisis. I can’t predict the details of that crisis. The depth of it will vary from place to place. Will utilities be out, as well? Will you be in the dead of winter in the north? Or perhaps the height of summer in the south? Do you live in a desert with little natural water available? Or perhaps a city that has a lot of mouths and little food after the stores are cleaned out? It would be easy to panic when you are suddenly confronted with…

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We’re actively connecting communities, heartening the faithful, collaborating  to publicly stand for our core values, and prudently preparing to help those in need in these uncertain times.

From sideline support, to participating in local events, joining a team, sharing your knowledge and more, there are many ways you can stand with us for faith, family and freedom and make a real difference.

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We are in the midst of our summer fundraising drive. We live cheaply and offer all our resources without charge, but we depend on people who are voluntarily committed to keeping us afloat by donating. Be our Joanna and our Susanna.  Get involved in the community, which stretches nationwide and, now, even internationally. Help with a project or two. Don’t wait until the storm is at a full roar before figuring that maybe that ark wasn’t such a bad idea after all. We need your help now – and you need our help and fellowship now.

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  • Fundraising Goal $50,000 54.6% 54.6%

A SIGN OF HOPE

Articles by Charlie Johnston, Founder of CORAC

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CORAC HF Radio Net Broadcast

EVERY SUNDAY! The CORAC Communications Group has started broadcasting a weekly CORAC High Frequency (HF) Net! Each broadcast will start out with an introduction, the reading of a chosen scripture, […]

CORAC HF Radio Net Broadcast

EVERY SUNDAY! The CORAC Communications Group has started broadcasting a weekly CORAC High Frequency (HF) Net! Each broadcast will start out with an introduction, the reading of a chosen scripture, […]

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Consider the Squirrels

By Kathy, CORAC Region 9

In November, I noticed a squirrel in our yard, attempting to build a nest in our catalpa tree. It seemed a little late; from what I had read, their nests should have been finished weeks earlier. The project wasn’t going too well. The squirrel placed sticks on the branch, only to have them slide off. Whatever it carried up and tried to use ended up on the ground. The plucky little squirrel tried over and over again, but to no avail. The next time I looked out, the squirrel was just lying on the tree branch, and had seemingly given up. Was this squirrel young, inexperienced, or just lacking in skills? No way to know, but I felt sorry for it, and hoped it had another place to shelter in the coming winter. (And I said “little,” but every squirrel we have seen lately has been incredibly fat, as if they have been bulking up for a really hard winter.)

 

A week or two later, we noticed a squirrel scrambling up the trunk of our blue spruce tree with a mouthful of sticks and leaves. Not knowing if this was the same one who had tried before, we watched with interest. Surprisingly, it was joined by another squirrel with a mouthful of leaves. Maybe they were preparing to start a family; I had read that they often bear their young in mid-winter.

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