I met his step brother rick stanley the other night. He was such a nice man. If anyone gets a chance to meet him you should do it.
I spent a couple of hours with Alan Osmond about 4 years ago in his living room and he told me Elvis stories, how they met, their friendship, etc. Elvis, though deeply troubled, was apparently a very good-hearted human. Alan is a good guy, too, despite all the connotation about the Osmonds.
Did you get his number? My husband is a major Elvis fan. He would love to meet him.
by Candy Beauclair 9 years ago
Hi, I live in a very religious state. Every where you look there is a church. People these days are just dying to get saved.When I was young I was baptized Penecostal but always seem to go to baptist churches. I remember my parents telling me why they stopped going to church. Of course because the...
by Eric Dierker 2 years ago
Is a person who preaches and insists that his way is right any different than a preacher in a churchThere are those who demand that they have Holy Spirit divine guidance. Yet they "hate" churches. The elephant in the room is that they do the exact same thing. Holding court and demanding...
by lady_love158 7 years ago
http://patriotpost.us/alexander/2004/09 … -the-left/A very interesting take on this question written back in 2004 sheds some light on the term and perhaps will convince liberals that they are really tools of forces that have long desired to achieve the destruction of capitalism and...
by CHAYO CHAYO 9 years ago
Where is the best place to meet friends?
by RKeithAndrews 5 years ago
Why do people not quit church?
by jerami 9 years ago
It is said that religion causes arguments. This may be true. People looking for answers but finding confusion. When I get confused I become a little angry with myself. Most people when angry with their self project that anger outward. Where did all of the confusion come from? ...
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