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Carol Almand
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  • Ashland, OR
  • United States
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My Primary #ReimaginePRAYER Focus
Passionate about prayer (no specific role)
This Scripture Drives My #Reimagine Journey
Business (workplace), Children, Families, Marriages, My Neighborhood, My City, My Country, My Local Church, Revival, Unreached Peoples
How To Begin a Reimagine Journey [My Tweet-Sized (280 characters) suggestion]
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At 5:05am on November 15, 2018, Michelle Keran said…

I'm Michelle Keran please have something serious and important to tell you write to me in my email (MichelleKeran@outlook.com

At 11:24pm on February 19, 2010, Janice Garey said…
Hey, Carol,

It's good to see you at this site. I think they have put together something good to promote prayer and bring together like-minded folks.

Blessings,
Janice
 
 
 

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Becoming a House of Prayer, pt. 5

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