Archive for August, 2011

August 4, 2011

Power of Love

By Fuana Tmarsel –

Love is the most compelling power of all, the most fragrant blossom of this sometimes-mundane existence. Love build bridges and tear down walls as happened in the following story. A few weeks ago, five young missionaries from Youth With A Mission (YWAM) were prompted to come to Palau to do some ground work for Bible translation project.

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August 2, 2011

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Belau Examiner.

August 2, 2011

PalauNeeds Something Big To Invigorate Its Economy

By Jackson Henry

In hard economic times, you cannot “nickel and dime” your way out of its downward spiral. You need an earth shaking “quake” big enough to resuscitate the dying economy back to life. Similar message was sent by President Obama when he challenged the US Congress that they have a, “unique opportunity to do something big to stabilize the economy for decades…”. 

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August 1, 2011

OEK observations

By Kambes Kesolei –

I watch OEK sessions quiet regularly on TV (I am perhaps one of the few besides our esteemed members of congress, who also consumes almost every communications, bills, and journals that comes out of each day session of congress). Except, during the summer months though, keeping up with OEK proceedings on TV becomes intermittent.

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