I think I read it in a book! Some weird family making thanksgiving “salads” that are pretty much sweet stuff that has no real resemblance to salad.Culinarily speaking thats better than I had feared which was marshmallow fluff and lettuce but for their health’s sake I think marshmallow and lettuce would be better. Funny Trump Make Masks Scary Again Halloween Shirt You know anyone who makes that isn’t getting a balanced diet. Singing, reading, sermon. Okay I might be reaching with the 90 minutes but definitely 75 in our Dutch reformed church. I’ve had a sermon of 75 minutes at my friend’s evangelical church … The summary of the first 15 minutes was really good, he didn’t need to expand for 60 more minutes… Fellow Dutch Reformed person here…or at least that’s what I was raised as. (It didn’t quite stick.)
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Are you Midwestern, by chance? Anyway, I think our elderly people would probably blow a gasket if the entire service extended beyond 75 minutes total. Once we had a visiting pastor who was a little long winded, and my grandpa complained for weeks Hah, never realised there’s Dutch reformed people outside the Netherlands! At least, that’s what I understand from the ‘Midwestern’ . I know there’s some (‘freed reformed’) branches in Canada but I didn’t know they were in America too. Funny Trump Make Masks Scary Again Halloween Shirt i think in our church (haven’t really been there the past decade) sermons of longer than 20 minutes are frowned upon, but if there reasons why the whole service gets a bit longer that’s no problem at all.
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Oh cool! I grew up just outside of Chicago, near a town called “South Holland”. There’s also a Holland, Michigan. There was a pretty large population of (largely Calvinist) Dutch immigrants who came over to Funny Trump Make Masks Scary Again Halloween Shirt the US in the mid-1800s through the early 1900s, including my great-great grandparents and set up lives in Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, and Iowa, which are all part of “the Midwest”. (There are several midwestern states…mostly farmland.) My great-great-grandparents were some of those immigrants, and the church I attended growing up was almost entirely descendants of other Dutch immigrant families.