Cindy Chamberlin

Former GLEANER managing editor

Chocolate Through the Depression Milton S. Hershey, Tithe-payer (1857–1945)

Although he experimented with cocoa and sugar, his candy-making attempts were far from "sweet." In fact, he had failed so miserably in two candy enterprises, his uncle re

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Northwest Adventist Federal Credit Union Celebrates 50 Years

The Northwest Adventist Federal Credit Union in Portland, Ore., celebrated 50 years of service on March 14 at Adventist Medical Center (AMC) in Portland, Ore.

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Heinz 57, Entrepreneur, Tithe-payer 1844–­1919

"In all labor there is profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty." — Proverbs 14:23 (NASB)

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Whatever Thy Hand Findeth To Do ... J. Willard ‘Bill' Marriott – Famous Tithe-payer

He was born to a poor Mormon sheepherder. By age 14, his father trusted him to move sheep between states, and complete tasks daunting to even grown men.

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Don't Shoot It Was Only a Tithe Story

NOTE from Steve Vistaunet: I'm handing this month's Let's Talk page to Cindy Chamberlin, GLEANER managing editor.

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Christmas Truce

While looking for a GLEANER story, I uncovered a most intriguing event.

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Longtime Northwest Adventist Educator Retires

John Deming, longtime Northwest Adventist educator and principal of Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) in College Place, Wash., just announced he is retiring at the end of

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Whatever Thy Hand Findeth To Do ... J. Willard ‘Bill' Marriott – Famous Tithe-payer

He was born to a poor Mormon sheepherder. By age 14, his father trusted him to move sheep between states, and complete tasks daunting to even grown men.

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Block of Salt: Profiles in Ethics A Quaker Oats Story

Editor's Note: During 2012, the GLEANER will feature examples of people, past or present, who acted as 'Salt in Their Communities.'

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Christmas Truce

While looking for a GLEANER story, I uncovered a most intriguing event.

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