"Nothing is impossible, the word itself says, I'm possible" –Audrey Hepburn
Getting to Know You
Sally is the President/Owner here at Callender Inc. She was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico and then moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico. She currently lives in Stanton, Texas and is married to Howard Callender. They have been married for 36 years and have 2 children Calvary and Sarah. Calvary and his wife Ceresa have blessed Sally with 3 grandchildren, Morgan - 7, Matti - 5 and Cayden - 3. Sarah and her husband Clifford bring 3 more grandkids into the picture, Tanner - 16, Tristen - 10 and Troy - 7. Sally's hobbies include any and all crafts, especially paper crafts. She is involved and an active member with her church and it's activities. She attends VBS, Women's Ministries, Bible studies and Mission trips. In July of 2014 Sally, Howard and her oldest grandson Tanner went to Jamaica on a Mission Trip. They brought supplies over for the needy and helped repair/build churches and ministered to the families in the area. Sally feels her greatest accomplishment is that she has run a successful business since 1986 and that she raised her children to be Christians. Her Son Calvary is the Pastor at Big Springs Nazarene Church. Her daughter Sarah is the CEO of Callender Inc. and runs the business with Integrity, Ethics and Loyalty. Sally has reached her retirement years and resting isn't even a thought "not by a long shot."
Sally is the matriarch of the Callender Inc family and we are glad she is still involved in the business.
Our way of showing you who exactly you are working with!
By Pastor Calvary Callender
A couple had two little boys, ages 8 and 10, who were excessively mischievous. They were always getting into trouble and their parents knew that, if any mischief occurred in their town, their sons were probably involved. The boys' mother heard that a clergyman in town had been successful in disciplining children, so she asked if he would speak with her boys. The clergyman agreed, but asked to see them individually. So the mother sent her 8-year-old first, in the morning, with the older boy to see the clergyman in the afternoon. The clergyman, a huge man with a booming voice, sat the younger boy down and asked him sternly, "Where is God?" The boy's mouth dropped open, but he made no response, sitting there with his mouth hanging open, wide-eyed. So the clergyman repeated the question in an even sterner tone, "Where is God!" Again the boy made no attempt to answer. So the clergyman raised his voice even more and shook his finger in the boy's face and bellowed, "WHERE IS GOD!" The boy screamed and bolted from the room, ran directly home and dove into his closet, slamming the door behind him. When his older brother found him in the closet, he asked, "What happened?" The younger brother, gasping for breath, replied "We are in BIG trouble this time, dude. God is missing - and they think WE did it!"
We are in a time where people are wondering where God is. Did we lose God somewhere? Our society seems to be in chaos. And those who stand for righteousness are called intolerant. It is not God's will that the world, the church, or our personal lives should be chaotic. In fact, God is an orderly God, not a God of confusion.
You might be wondering where I am going with this, so I want to turn to Genesis and the creation story to help tell you what I mean.
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Every year, approximately 30 million people in the United States are occupationally exposed to hazardous noise. Noise-related hearing loss has been listed as one of the most prevalent occupational health concerns in the United States for more than 25 years. Thousands of workers every year suffer from preventable hearing loss due to high workplace noise levels. Since 2004, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported that nearly 125,000 workers have suffered significant, permanent hearing loss. In 2009 alone, BLS reported more than 21,000 hearing loss cases.
Exposure to high levels of noise can cause permanent hearing loss. Neither surgery nor a hearing aid can help correct this type of hearing loss. Short-term exposure to loud noise can also cause a temporary change in hearing (your ears may feel stuffed up) or a ringing in your ears (tinnitus). These short-term problems may go away within a few minutes or hours after leaving the noisy area. However, repeated exposures to loud noise can lead to permanent tinnitus and/or hearing loss.
Loud noise can also create physical and psychological stress, reduce productivity, interfere with communication and concentration, and contribute to workplace accidents and injuries by making it difficult to hear warning signals. Noise-induced hearing loss limits your ability to hear high frequency sounds, understand speech, and seriously impairs your ability to communicate. The effects of hearing loss can be profound, as hearing loss can interfere with your ability to enjoy socializing with friends, playing with your children or grandchildren, or participating in other social activities you enjoy, and can lead to psychological and social isolation.
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• What are the warning signs that your workplace may be too noisy?
• How loud is too loud?
• What can be done to reduce the hazard from noise?
• How can OSHA help?
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Articles & Info
1. Marcellus production focuses on five states: Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, New York, and Maryland.
2. The Marcellus Shale Formation is thought to be the second largest natural gas field in the world.
3. The Marcellus is about a mile below the surface, and natural gas is usually extracted by drilling horizontally through the shale.
4. To protect groundwater resources, Marcellus wells must be encased with multiple layers of steel and concrete—one of many regulations in place to protect our environment.
5. More than 70% of all Marcellus- related jobs are filled by Pennsylvanians, while residents from the five-state Marcellus region fill 93%.
6. Pennsylvania counties with major Marcellus production experience higher sales tax collections and lower unemployment.
7. Marcellus producers have paid more than $1 billion in taxes since 2006, according to Pennsylvania's Department of Revenue.
8. Marcellus producers have invested more than $411 million to build and repair Pennsylvania roads since 2008.
9. Abundant natural gas in the Marcellus not only means lower heating bills for families and small businesses, but lower electricity rates as well, as they are tied to prices for natural gas.
10. Natural Gas does far more than heat your home and help to cook your food. It's a key component of many common household products as well.
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