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Similarly, a circuit rider in Livingston Parish, Louisiana, procured a flatbed tow truck and 20 water storage tanks from a colleague to dispense potable water in an area which otherwise might have had to wait days for water restoration (Hurricane Katrina: Assessing the Present Environmental Status, 2005).
Emergency operations centers: Incorporating a circuit rider [Unpublished manuscript].
Nor are circuit riders, though they will have to do for now.
The Circuit Riders of Seattle and Garden of Grace of Mosier are members of the Pacific Gospel Music Association.
Adapting to frontier conditions, the Methodists preached out-of-doors, sent out itinerant circuit riders to minister to the common people, and fully embraced the raucous spiritual individualism of the camp revival, all in the face of considerable criticism from the religious and political establishment.
In contemporary times, this scenario has evolved to include toll-free phone numbers, fax services, electronic mail, and electronic document delivery, but in the early days of the medical circuit riders, these "fast" communication methods did not exist.
Pastors were circuit riders, going from homestead to homestead visiting their followers.
After 1817 the society supplied much religious literature, which was distributed widely by circuit riders.
The circuit riders also act as "marriage brokers," networking to bring together all the people and agencies that can turn an idea into a profitable business.
Winnifred was a member of the Circuit Riders in Shrewsbury, visiting the sick and elderly with prayer and communion.
Traditionally, Methodists have been circuit riders, moving from one church to another.
These circuit riders formed a sort of religious order within Methodism.