Letters to the Editor

Posted: Monday, December 17, 2001

President Bush and family welcome in Kenai anytime

The righteous are bold as a lion, (Proverbs 28:1).

I'm sure happy with that "Bold Texan" and his family who now occupy that big old white house in our nation's capitol. How wonderful it is to be praying for a president who does what he says, is not afraid to take a stand and is quick to admit he is just as human as the rest of us. It's so refreshing to hear the president admit to his past drinking problems and hear that, no, his kids aren't perfect, either, but they deal with it and keep going. This is a family I can relate to.

I've heard him quote scripture and it's actually correct -- unlike old what's his name who used to be in his place.

I've watched his beautiful wife thank the American people for their prayers. And I've heard him call for whole days of prayer. I've seen him show true good old Southern hospitality by inviting Russian President Vladimir Putin to his own home in Texas.

I've laughed at his jokes and watched Putin and other prominent world leaders do the same. George Walker Bush, I am proud to call you my president and honored to pray for you and yours.

You are welcome in our old red house on Walker Lane here in li'l' old Kenai, Alaska, any old time. Come on over. Bring Laura and your daughters -- I'll fix you a salmon casserole you'll never forget!

In the mean time God bless you all and keep you in his perfect peace. Keep up the good work.

Zephaniah 3:17.

Sheryl Main and family Kenai

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