1. Welcome to Wondercafe2! You are here and we are glad. Enjoy your time. Please visit the Tips & Techniques forum, especially the thread Basic Posting & Forum Info, to learn more about how to use the site.
    Dismiss Notice
  2. Wondercafe2 is now using HTTPS. Please start using this instead of HTTP. How-to: Secure Site Update
    Dismiss Notice
Tabitha
Joined:
Jun 6, 2014
Messages:
5,920
Likes Received:
3,862
Trophy Points:
113

Followers 1

Gender:
Female
Location:
BC
Occupation:
health/education

Share This Page

Tabitha

journeying, Female, from BC

The answer is love Jan 12, 2019 at 10:54 PM

    1. Tabitha
      Tabitha
      The answer is love
    2. Tabitha
      Tabitha
      welcome the stranger
    3. RevLindsG King
      RevLindsG King
      PNEUMATOLOGY. Based on what I then knew about New Testament Greek, in the early 1960s I coined the term, which I later found was already in major dictionaries. Then I introduced the word to Wikipedia. From there, the idea grew.
    4. BetteTheRed
      BetteTheRed
      Happy birthday, Tabitha! Best wishes for a lovely day, and many happy returns.
    5. Seeler
      Seeler
      Tabitha, I am quite sure that I still have your address somewhere, but it would probably be easier for you to message it to me again than for me to search for it. I'll be glad to mail you a book.
      Elizabeth
    6. Tabitha
      Tabitha
      It is not important how many people go to church but rather how many people are changed by attending church
      1. RevLindsG King likes this.
    7. pommum
      pommum
      Tabitha ... is this wondermail?
    8. Tabitha
      Tabitha
      the elusive beast
  • Loading...
  • Loading...
  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    BC
    Occupation:
    health/education
    Religious Identification:
    Christian
    Religious Group:
    United Church of Canada
    I love to paddle canoes, cross country ski, read and sew. I have 3 young adult children and 2 cats. I like the movie Frozen. My favourite colour is purples.

    Signature

    It is not important how many people GO to church but rather how many people are CHANGED by going to church.