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Issue of February 17, 1999

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___LIFE FOR JESSICA, shown above with her son Jordan, never will be the same. Dreams of proms, first cars and hometown high school football games have been rudely shelved by the real life struggle of fitting a baby into her young life, living and learning a hard lesson in reality. Jessica and another teenage girl, Rachel, came into the care of the Buckner foster care system in Beaumont with similar circumstances. Scared, unsure, pregnant and facing the possibility of being separated from their babies, they were taken in by foster parents James and Shireika Whitmore of Beaumont.
___ Full Story

SCHMELTEKOPF

Schmeltekopf retiring
___For nearly two decades, Ed Schmeltekopf has worked as a staff liaison with virtually every major study committee appointed by the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
___Schmeltekopf, who turns 67 in November, plans to retire Dec. 31 as BGCT associate executive director. ___Full Story


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