This Month in History The year 1873 brought the birth of the blue jean. “Buffalo Bill,” William F. Cody opened his Wild West Show in 1883. In 1884, the Ringling Brothers circus premiered. U.S. President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed Mother’s Day as a national holiday in 1914. Cheerioats, which became Cheerios, was launched in 1941. In 1963, James Whittaker became the first
Author: Patricia Griffin
Determined. Beloved. Rebel. The name Mary dates back to ancient times. It is considered a translation of a name originally derived from the Hebrew culture, as many believe, when Jews were enslaved in Egypt. Parents, angered by their circumstance, chose a name out of passion, determination, and revolt to what was happening. It would be
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Names can spark enthusiasm, motivate and inspire. Here are names… personifying life, resurrection, and faith. Anastasios – resurrection Jonathan – Yahweh has given Isaiah – salvation of God Anastasia – resurrection John – Yahweh is gracious Joel – Yahweh is God Joan – God is gracious Christine – a follower of Jesus Christ Christopher – bearing Christ Michael – who can compare to God? Ezekiel – God strengthens Kristina – a follower of Jesus Christ Gavriel – God is my strength