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Men may rise on stepping stones of their dead selves to higher things. – Zane Grey http://ift.tt/1rdT1VT

Zane Grey

About ten years ago, I had an opportunity to visit Oak Creek Canyon in northern Arizona. Stretching between Flagstaff and Sedona, this lush and scenic canyon is second to the Grand Canyon as an Arizona tourist destination. 89 more words

Nature

An Hour Spent Peering into Zane Grey's World

The most recent little trip was to Payson, Arizona–with hubby and daughter. We drove northeast on the Beeline. The landscape was dotted with saguaros for the first half of the drive. 482 more words

Writing

May 23, 1934 pg 5

WHC 2005.011.0018

This is the fifth page of the Leslie Junior High Broadcaster, Volume 2., Number 17.  published in Salem, Oregon on May 23, 1934.   Part of the Willamette Heritage Center Archives, Accession No. 9 more words

1934

Ministry Burnout and "The Rainbow Trail"

I’ve had a couple conversations with former pastors and heard several other stories involving what a Christian could call “ministry burnout”. This comes about when a pastor (or anyone in ministry) succumbs to the stress of his role and bows out of ministry to sit on the back pew for a while and recuperate. 384 more words

God

QUOTE (Zane Grey)

Recipe For Greatness – To bear up under loss; To fight the bitterness of defeat and the weakness of grief; To be victor over anger; To smile when tears are close; To resist disease and evil men and base instincts; To hate hate and to love love; To go on when it would seen good to die; To look up with unquenchable faith in something ever more about to be. 50 more words

Christianity