Pat’s Chat (December 2)

A Jamie Jorge concert will be held December 3 at 7 p.m. at the Seventh-day Adventist Church on Brushy Fork Road next to the airport entry. Go to for more information about the beautiful music Jamie Jorge thrills audiences with. Come see for yourself. Everyone is welcome.

In all the years I have written chats or articles and sent them to the local papers as well as people who have requested them from many different states, I got a surprise a few weeks ago when the Glenville paper did something no other paper has ever done. They put the first three paragraphs (a little over 6 inches long alone on a page) and after the last sentence they wrote, “To read the rest of Pat’s Chat, visit us online at”— the rest of that sentence had been cut away when Robin got the Crossword puzzle off the back. I am so curious whether anyone ever went online to read any more of my Chat…I will never know.

Another interesting fact I found out is that the Seventh-day Adventist Church has a joint initiative with Hope Channel and has released Heroes 2 game updating the original Heroes game that was released in 2013. Players can visit, Bible Heroes and answer such questions as “What happens when you die?”; “Is God real”; and “If God is good, why do we suffer?” There will be challenges between family members and/or friends and they will answer the same 12 questions trying to get the better score. This would be a fun way to review Bible history and have fun doing it.

If you would like other inspiration and a full media library at your fingertips, download the brand-new AWR360∞ (Celebrating 50 years of Adventist World Radio).

Here is a list of a dozen websites you might like to explore:,,,,,,, SPANISH:,, as well as,,, and more. All of these truths are explained from the Bible. As times get more and more troubling, read Matthew 24 and see for yourself how it fits in and makes sense that the Lord is winding up Earth’s history and it is time for all of us to seek Him out, accept the salvation He bought for us by dying on the cross the death we each deserve, so that we can accept the free gift of eternal life that He has freely offered us.



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