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Yes, on many sites, your coming to an unfound page would deal you with that beloved of all pages: The notorious 404 Error-Page Not Found page.

But you're in luck at Exalter.Net; we have some alternate choices that may be of help to you. First of all, you can return to our home page by clicking on the logo at the left, above. Or. what follows are links to popular pages or subsections of the ExalterNet site.

Lacking any success with the above, you can always e-mail our veritable webmaster and tell him where you wanted to go but could not, for whatever reason. He will gladly respond as quickly as he can.

>>Andrew's Journey With Apert Syndrome. An extended, personal and familiar look at our son, Andrew, and his family journey with a rare, congenital syndrome.

>>Are We All Bozos On This Bus? The first thought-provoking article in the site's "Theology Askew?" series, this explores the possible value of applying Firesign Theatre's famous album title to a seemingly unlikely theological inquiry.

>>CarciNews Network. With the closing of the National Carcinoid Support Group, this page is an informal, unnoffical reference and resource remnant for the benefit of those who had grown accustomed to a whole site of info concerning this rare form of cancer.

>>Directory for Site. A kind of sitemap for ExalterNet.

>>ExalterBlog. An ever-increasing number of Web sites and authors are spewing forth with their version of a Web log, or blog. Why not ExalterNet as well?

>>Helper Page for Acrobat Novices. A support page, with a visual reference, to help those unfamiliar with using Adobe's free Acrobat Reader within a browser.

>>Insider II: Who We Are And Why It All Matters. If this page is ever completed, it may matter as well.

>>Mom: A Tribute. A strong, unconditionally loving mother was a blessing to my dad, sister and me, and I still hurt when I think of the missed opportunities to do and say to her that which I still feel I need to.

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