Don's church

65th St. Church of Christ
Little Rock, Arkansas 72219

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  • To My Sons…

    Contributed on Jan 22, 2003
    based on 44 ratings

    The essence of life is contained in accepting responsibilities, setting and keeping the right priorities and focusing on eternity.

    INTRODUCTION- 1. Both of my sons are going through some big changes . . . . 2. My sons, this sermon is to you and for you. Of course what I have to say to you will hopefully express the same desire of every parent for their sons and daughters. I. A FATHER’S RESPONSIBILITIES A. YOUR more

  • Gambling – What Does One Really Stand To Lose

    Contributed on Jan 22, 2003
    based on 124 ratings

    Legalized gambling is harmful public policy that should be vigorously opposed at all levels.

    INTRODUCTION A. GAMBLING DEFINED Merriam-Webster, - to play a game for money or property American Heritage® Dictionary - To bet on an uncertain outcome, as of a contest. - To play a game of chance for stakes. - To take a risk in the hope of gaining an advantage or a benefit. World Book more

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  • In 1998, Americans Spent More Money On Legalized ...

    Contributed on Jan 22, 2003
    based on 36 ratings

    In 1998, Americans spent more money on legalized gambling (approximately 50 billion) than on recorded music, theme parks, video games, spectator sports, and movie tickets combined (39.9 billion). more

  • Addiction: The Existence Of Gamblers Anonymous ...

    Contributed on Jan 22, 2003
    based on 54 ratings

    ADDICTION: The existence of Gamblers Anonymous implies that gambling can be addictive! - Current estimates list approximately 2.5 million people as pathological gamblers, another 3 million as problem gamblers, and another 15 million people as at risk to become problem or more

  • Ngisc Commissioner Richard C. Leone - June ...

    Contributed on Jan 22, 2003
    based on 33 ratings

    NGISC Commissioner Richard C. Leone - June 2001: "In my view, state lotteries have paved the way for great increases in legalized gambling. They have promoted the notion of beating the odds, they have been able to advertise while others have not, and they have propagated the myth that gambling is more