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Former Lodi woman ready to help on a missionary trip to Cambodia

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Posted: Thursday, January 8, 2009 10:00 pm

A nurse who is a fourth-generation Lodian is traveling to Cambodia to help child prostitutes and those who work for low wages in garment and other industries.

Nannette Grinnell

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  • posted at 6:10 am on Fri, Jan 9, 2009.


    I was making a comment and wasn't dictating to anyone. Have a good day everyone.

  • posted at 4:37 am on Fri, Jan 9, 2009.


    Why can't she just help these people without having an alterior motive?They have to become Christians or at least become victim to their sales pitch to get help.A true Christian would help these people without any strings attached.

  • posted at 2:51 am on Fri, Jan 9, 2009.


    God bless you, Annette. Our hearts and prayers will be with you always.

  • posted at 2:29 am on Fri, Jan 9, 2009.


    Madame Pepper, your presumption that you can dictate whether I am a "real Jew" is as shocking as your arrogance is disgusting.I have no problem with people of other faiths. What I do have a problem with is those people of other faiths who try to push their (in my opinion) mistaken beliefs on me.

  • posted at 2:11 am on Fri, Jan 9, 2009.


    To Ivan Dixon--I'm glad you mentioned (and my traditions) because if you were a real Jew, you would honor the Sabbath (Saturday) as the Lord's Day. You would also love people of other faiths because they are God's children.

  • posted at 11:40 pm on Thu, Jan 8, 2009.


    Evangelism works both ways. Perhaps Mrs Grinell will be converted to Buddhism and will return to the US to fight Walmart and the other greedy corporations that sell goods made by child slaves.As a Jew, I have to say that I find missionaries to be the most appallingly arrogant people on this planet. How dare they question my faith and my traditions!



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