6-weekly massage Pain Reliever series
Tired of being stuck in the pain cycle? Weekly massages provide much more pain relief than sporadic massage. Purchase a series of 6- 60 minute massages today and get a BONUS Hot Stone upgrade. Since this series is designed to be weekly treatments I want to provide a gift for using your 6 massages as recommended. When you use them within 60 days you receive a free 60 minute massage as a bonus! (These massages can be shared however, to receive the free massage all massages must be used by the same person)
Reg. Price $515
New #pnw artist at TAM Store: @woodandfaulk! Inspired by his Oregon home and Midwestern roots, Wood&Faulk founder Matt Pierce creates sturdy waxed canvas bags and leather accessories. Each piece is built in the USA, designed and manufactured in his Portland workshop.⠀
Stop by TAM Store for the 12" Sidecar Everyday Bag or the 11" Field Bag in High Desert Sage, Cascade Range Tan, and Northcoast Gray. #myTAMstore
Two meats AND SIDES for $10!!! You’d be crazy to miss Bistro BBQ tonight at FOB! Real BBQ 🍗 🥩 $10 gets you two meats AND sides!!!! Hope you’ll join us for a beer too but DO NOT MISS THIS CHANCE TO HAVE GREAT BBQ IN THE MIDDLE OF WINTER! #pnw#bbq#jblm#dinner#tacomawa#mcchord#usarmy#usairforce
Corporate Fast // Day 13 // Radical: William Seymour
William Joseph Seymour was born in Centerville, Louisiana, on May 2, 1870 to former slaves Simon and Phyllis Seymour, who raised him as a Baptist. Later, while living in Cincinnati, Ohio, he came into contact with holiness teachings through Martin Wells Knapp's God's Revivalist movement and Daniel S. Warner's Church of God Reformation movement. Believing that they were living in the twilight of human history, these Christians believed that the Spirit's outpouring would precede the rapture of the Church. They deeply impressed the young Seymour.
In 1906, Seymour would board a train and head west to Los Angeles and begin to preach. He encountered resistance at his first location and would move the meetings to Azusa Street, where the revival gained its name. One important piece of this revival was the unique interracial and intercultural dynamics at Azusa. It was a place where people, no matter their race or background, were welcomed to receive all that God Spirit had for them.
Although several people could be considered leaders, the best known was the unassuming William J. Seymour. Frank Bartleman, an early participant, recalled that “Brother Seymour generally sat behind two empty shoe boxes, one on top of the other. He usually kept his head inside the top one during the meeting, in prayer. There was no pride there…. In that old building, with its low rafters and bare floors, God took strong men and women to pieces, and put them together again, for His glory…. The religious ego preached its own funeral sermon quickly.”
This neat memorial for September 11th is just outside the fire station @westpiercefire . It features a piece of the steel beam from the World Trade Center.
Flags are at half mast in honor of @piercesheriff Deputy McCartney who was killed in the line of duty.
Thank you to all the first responders who risk their life to serve and protect us!