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3 hours ago, Vincent said:

Just wondering if anyone has ever come across a fictional story of 3 sailors on the Red Sea during the time when Moses took Israelites across the Red Sea. The story of Ichabod, Tinker and Target.

No, but with names like that I could probably write a good story...:lol1:

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Hi Brother Vincent,

I have read this story! :)

 It was created by a Gilead student many years ago. He came up with the idea of this story because of an assignment while in Gilead. The story was so good that the instructors asked him to give it as a dramatic reading at the graduation.

This is my understanding of how this story came about as I learned of it from a very close friend of mine who served at Bethel. A few copies may have been passed on to friends and family but I have never heard that story again.


Vincent, how did you come to hear about it?

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