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  • Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc. is a furniture manufacturing company headquartered in Arcadia, Wisconsin. The company is owned by father and son team Ron and Todd Wanek. Ashley Furniture manufactures and distributes home furniture products throughout the world.
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  • (of prices) Very low
  • a gift of public land or resources for the private gain of a limited group
  • Free of charge
  • an unintentional disclosure
  • game show: a television or radio program in which contestants compete for awards
  • Revealing
    grocery
  • A grocer's store or business
  • Items of food sold in such a store
  • (usually plural) consumer goods sold by a grocer
  • (Groceries) To dream of general groceries, if they are fresh and clean, is a sign of ease and comfort.
  • grocery store: a marketplace where groceries are sold; "the grocery store included a meat market"
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The Great Giveaway: Reclaiming the Mission of the Church from Big Business, Parachurch Organizations, Psychotherapy, Consumer Capitalism, and Other Modern Maladies
The Great Giveaway: Reclaiming the Mission of the Church from Big Business, Parachurch Organizations, Psychotherapy, Consumer Capitalism, and Other Modern Maladies
"North American evangelicals learned to do church in relation to modernity," asserts David Fitch. Furthermore, evangelicals have begun to model their ministries after the secular sciences or even to farm out functions of the church whenever it seems more efficient. As a result, the church, too often, has stopped being the church.

In The Great Giveaway, Fitch examines various church practices and shows how and why each function has been compromised by modernity. Discussing such ministries as evangelism, physical healing, and spiritual formation, Fitch challenges Christians to reclaim these lost practices so that the church can regain its influence. Pastors, leaders, and students who minister to the postmodern world will find in this book fresh insight that will stir the hearts of many and spark much-needed discussion about the evangelical church.

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Horsing Around; Dodge, WI
Horsing Around; Dodge, WI
First things first: this image is phony. The horse was startled by the locomotive and was long gone by the time the train got to a compositionally relevant position in the frame. Had he been a little calmer, I could have gotten this photo without Photoshop. Oh well. That's EMD E9(A) IC 101 leading the special passenger train that was arranged for the 40th anniversary of Ashley Furniture. Tip of the hat to Steve, Mark, Bud, and Jerry, who talked to the property owner and arranged the positioning of the horse. Bigger tip of the hat to the property owners for allowing us to shoot here.
Horsepower; Dodge, WI
Horsepower; Dodge, WI
I know Dan's going to ask, and no, I don't have a wider crop. Ashley Furniture train southbound at Dodge, WI. Tip of the hat the the property owners for allowing us to shoot here.

ashley furniture grocery giveaway
ashley furniture grocery giveaway
Dead Giveaway (Stillwater Trilogy)
Reverend Lee Barker went missing nineteen years ago... And the people of Stillwater, Mississippi, believe they know why. They're convinced he was murdered by his stepson, Clay Montgomery. But only Clay--and his mother and sisters--can say for sure. They were the only ones there that fateful night. And they're not talking.
Allie McCormick is a cold-case detective from Chicago. After a difficult divorce, she's returned to Stillwater with her six-year-old daughter to start over. But when Clay's powerful enemies join forces to put him behind bars, Allie feels duty bound to uncover the truth. Her instincts tell her he didn't murder Barker.
Maybe Clay's a dark and brooding man with more than his share of secrets, but he was just sixteen at the time. And he's not a cold-blooded killer. At least, that's what Allie believes--until she finds proof that behind the preacher's pious demeanor lurked a monster. Then she has to ask herself if justice has already been done....

Reverend Lee Barker went missing nineteen years ago... And the people of Stillwater, Mississippi, believe they know why. They're convinced he was murdered by his stepson, Clay Montgomery. But only Clay--and his mother and sisters--can say for sure. They were the only ones there that fateful night. And they're not talking.
Allie McCormick is a cold-case detective from Chicago. After a difficult divorce, she's returned to Stillwater with her six-year-old daughter to start over. But when Clay's powerful enemies join forces to put him behind bars, Allie feels duty bound to uncover the truth. Her instincts tell her he didn't murder Barker.
Maybe Clay's a dark and brooding man with more than his share of secrets, but he was just sixteen at the time. And he's not a cold-blooded killer. At least, that's what Allie believes--until she finds proof that behind the preacher's pious demeanor lurked a monster. Then she has to ask herself if justice has already been done....

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