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Feast site canceled
SUN VALLEY, Idaho--An independent, unaligned Feast site planned for here has been canceled.
"Unfortunately, we have had to recently cancel the Feast site, due to lack of support and interest from brethren, churches and ministers," said Jennifer Miller, coordinator for the site.
Web address corrected
The Journal has learned of an error in a Web address published in the June 30 issue. Steven Collins' literature is available at www.fn.net/~kvryland/. Mr. Collins writes books and articles about the identity of prophetic Israel.
TYLER, Texas--The Garner Ted Armstrong Evangelistic Association's Worldwatch newsletter for July has as its lead article "How World War III Could Begin in the Balkans."
Other articles are "By Any Name Murder," about genocide in Bosnia; "Southern Baptists Savagely Attacked for Stand on Family Values," an editorial; and "Iraq Had Deadly VX Nerve Gas in Warheads."
The newsletter is available free by writing P.O. Box 747, Flint, Texas 75762, or by calling (903) 561-7070.
CGI changes name of newsletter
TYLER, Texas--The Church of God International, headquartered near here, has changed the name of its newsletter. Formerly Twenty-First Century Watch, it is now Armor of God newsletter.
The July issue includes "Needed: A Rational Approach to Bible Prophecy," a Q&A session, a list of TV stations carrying the Armor of God program and a page offering a brochure about "Paul and the Law."
The church has also recently published a Feast guide. All the literature is available free from CGI, P.O. Box 2525, Tyler, Texas 75710, or by calling (903) 825-2525.
Sabbatarian singles have connection
BIGGS, Calif.--Mike Kawasaki has announced changes to his Sabbatarian Singles' Connection newsletter.
The newsletter, as the name implies, is for Sabbatarians who want to meet other Sabbatarians of the opposite sex.
"There will be some publishing-date changes to SSC," said Mr. Kawasaki. "SSC will be published once every two months and the master issue once per year in January. You will still be receiving the same amount of issues at the same price, but the amount of time your subscription covers will obviously double. The current plan is to have SSC in the mail at the beginning of the following months: January, the master, and update issues in March, May, July, September and November."
SSC is on the Web at http://home.inreach.com/mikekawa. Call Mr. Kawasaki at (530) 868-5272, or E-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New edition of Prophecy Flash published
ALTADENA, Calif.--Triumph Prophetic Ministries, operated by former Plain Truth writer and researcher Bill Dankenbring, has published the June-July issue of Prophecy Flash magazine.
The edition includes "The Times of Jacob's Trouble Are Here Now!," "The Millennium Bug," "Prophecy Briefs," "Did Angels Marry Women Before Noah's Flood?," "There Were Giants in the Earth in Those Days" and letters from readers.
To request a copy, write Triumph at P.O. Box 292, Altadena, Calif. 91003. Materials are free, but donations are suggested to offset expenses. Visit Triumph's Web site at http://triumph.simplenet.com.
LEXINGTON, Ky.--A "Christian Renewal Conference" here the weekend of June 20-21 was a "great success," report James and Jeanette Hicks.
One hundred fifty attended and heard speakers Ron Dart of Christian Educational Ministries, Tyler, Texas; Ray Wooten of United Christian Ministries, Birmingham, Ala.; Mike Linacre of Chicago, Ill.; and Jim O'Brien.
"We were spiritually fed both days," said Mr. Hicks. "Thanks to Larry Kennan and Gary Cain for the beautiful song service.
"We also heard from the beautiful voice of Stacie Horlick from Canada on Sunday and also at the potluck on Friday evening."
Sabbath debate continues
GILLETTE, Wyo.--A cassette tape of the June 15 debate on St. Louis radio station KJSL between Dr. Samuele Bacchiocchi and Dale Ratzlaff (author of Sabbath in Crisis, used by the Worldwide Church of God to support the abrogation of the Sabbath) is available for $2 from: The Bible Sabbath Association (BSA), 3316 Alberta Dr., Gillette, Wyo. 82718. The debate continues on the Internet, and The Journal plans to excerpt it in a future issue or issues.
To sign up to receive the reports on the debate, E-Mail Dr. Bacchiocchi at email@example.com. You may also obtain a printed copy of the material from the BSA at the above address.
Bible-study Web site
GLOUCESTER, England--A church member in Britain has constructed a Web site to publish out-of-print writings of Worldwide Church of God founder Herbert W. Armstrong.
"Many of his writings are a good foundation to learn biblical truth and principles from," Robert Taylor said. "The overall content is a solid foundation on which to build and to grow in grace and knowledge of the truth."
The site is at http://web.ukonline.co.uk/rt.taylor.
Unaligned Feast set for Oct. 20-27
PICAYUNE, Miss.--An unaligned Feast of Tabernacles site will be sponsored here Oct. 20-27, with the first service the night of Oct. 19, according to organizer Charles Voss.
For information, write P.O. Box 1058, Picayune, Miss. 39466, or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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