Too expensive to keep the old bridge
KEVIN TENGESDAL Bismarck Sep 3, 2007
In wondering about the fate of the old Liberty Memorial Bridge, I sent this letter to the North Dakota Department of Transportation: Continue reading Too expensive to keep the old bridge
Hate crime bill should be passed
KEVIN TENGESDAL Bismarck Jun 12, 2007
In a hard-won victory, hate crimes legislation has passed the House of Representatives. The bill now goes to the U.S. Senate – where the radical right, terrified of this legislation, has stepped up its attacks. Continue reading Hate crime bill should be passed
Before I begin any deep details, let me introduce myself by way of my biography from the 2006 Tengesdal-Lerfald family history book, “Mountains, Fjords, Prairies”: Continue reading The Entire Story — A Bio
Where’s the threat?
KEVIN R. TENGESDAL, Bismarck Oct 2, 2004
Fellow North Dakotans, before you resolve to vote for Measure 1 on the November ballot, please consider the following: Continue reading Where’s the threat?
“Behold, my servant is dead. Arise and cross this river” (Joshua 1:2). This is a most difficult letter that must be written. I have put it off long enough and in direct opposition to God’s leading. I must cross this river. This letter is going to family members and to those who have known the past. The outcome from this letter, I hope, is that you will discover enough evidence to convict me of just being a believer in Christ, striving to be pleasing to God alone. Continue reading The Testimony — Feb 21, 1999