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Posted 20 Jun 2001   For week ended June 15, 2001
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Woman Watches MoTab, Sees Angel
One day, Gail Haslinger watched the Mormon Tabernacle Choir broadcast and saw her guardian angel. Now, when the Choir performs in Tampa, Florida later this month, she will meet her angel. Convinced that she should contact one of the women in the Choir, Haslinger contacted the choir, figured out who the woman was, and has now corresponded with her for more than two years.

LDS Missionary Returns with 'Lifetime of Stories'
Two years ago Mike Hayman left for a two-year mission to Colombia for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Willing to serve while leaving most of his personal possession back home, Hayman returned with only the suit on his back and a lifetime of stories and memories.

BYU Grads to Bike 2,600 Miles for EB
Four BYU graduates are planning a 2,600-mile bike trek in hopes of helping to find a cure for Epidermolysis Bullosa, a debilitating and painful disease of the skin.

LDS Doctor Treats People, Not Patients
Family physician, Ken Stephan, entertains his young pediatric patients with magic tricks while he examines them. With 60 percent of Stephan's patients being children, he goes to great lengths to entertain and distract them. His relaxed personality and a waiting room full of an extensive Barbie doll collection, hand-held video and arcade games benefit patients old and young. His adult patients claim they appreciate his caring style and thorough approach to medicine.

Graduate juggles family, studies
Namomiokalani "Momi" Kaimina'auo Hopkins is a full-time student and single mother fast approaching graduation. As the first graduate from the Hawaiian Studies Program on the Hawaiian language track, she attributes her source of strength and inspiration to the combination of cultural teachings in a gospel setting.

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