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Servants' News revises government paper
CHARLOTTE, Mich.--Norm Edwards of Servants' News has announced publication of a new edition of "How Does the Eternal Govern Through Humans?"
The 64-page monograph is available free, although donations to offset its cost are appreciated. Write P.O. Box 220, Charlotte, Mich. 48813; telephone (517) 543-5544; or E-mail 75260.1603@Compuserve.com.
CGI, other groups to feast
TYLER, Texas--The Church of God International will play host to a Feast of Tabernacles site at Sequoyah State Park, near Wagoner, Okla., beginning Oct. 5. The CGI is sponsoring seven Feast sites this year, but the Oklahoma site is out of the ordinary.
"At least three independent congregations plan to spend the Feast with their CGI brethren," said CGI spokesman Eric Morris.
Involved in the arrangements are CGI home-office elder Vance Stinson and Bill Fowler, pastor of the independent Wichita (Kan.) Church of God. Besides CGI elders speaking at the Feast, independents will address Feastgoers, including Charles Pope and Les Pope of the Fellowship Church of God in Oklahoma City, Frank Marang of the Coffeyville (Kan.) Church of God and Mr. Fowler.
For rooms, cabins or campsites at the Wagoner facility, call (918) 772-2545. For information on CGI sites in general, call (903) 825-2525 and request the 1998 Feast guide. Or visit www.cgi.org on the Web.
San Antonio opportunities
SAN ANTONIO, Texas--Anyone who plans to attend the Feast in San Antonio with the Churches of God Outreach Ministries will have plenty of opportunities to serve, said Julian Cruz, coordinator for the popular site.
Mr. Cruz is looking for teachers for youth Bible classes, fun-show coordinators, singers and musicians for choir and other special music, registration, information coordination, photography, reporting, writing and teen activities.
He asks anyone interested in helping out to call him at (210) 333-7229, or E-mail him at email@example.com.
'Torah-based' Feast site planned for Colorado
ESTES PARK, Colo.--An interactive "Torah-based Feast" will be conducted here on the traditional dates of Oct. 5-12 (with Oct. 12 being the Last Great Day).
A variety of speakers are scheduled. For more information contact Jere Cannon at P.O. Box 385, Lakewood, Colo. 80214; (303) 238-0102; or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call Bob Shelton at (903) 532-6819.
For singles, Hawaii just fine
KAUAI, Hawaii--Exciting activities for singles of all ages are planned for the UCG-AIA's Feast site here, according to Robert Teague, a Feast planner.
"The highlight of this year's activities will be a sunset cruise off the Poipu coast of southern Kauai on Wednesday, Oct. 7, starting at 5 p.m.," said Mr. Teague. "We will be sailing on an ultrastable catamaran where you will be served sneaky tikis, beer and finger foods."
For details call Mr. Teague at (808) 235-5984, or E-mail him at email@example.com.
Church of God (Monrovia) lists Feast sites
MONROVIA, Calif.--The Church of God (Monrovia) plans three U.S. Feast sites and eight others around the world.
The American sites and contacts are Brian Orchard, Oxnard, Calif., (626) 574-0689,firstname.lastname@example.org; Steve Elliott, Springfield, Mo., (505) 382-1990, email@example.com; Don Hornsby, Virginia Beach, Va., (717) 582-3709, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other sites and their contacts include Rod King: Bright, Victoria, Australia, +61 03 9725 8768, email@example.com; Stewart O'Neill, Perth, Western Australia, +61 8 9279 6154, firstname.lastname@example.org; Winfried Fritz, Germany, +49 2224 97.29.56, email@example.com; Alan Tattersall, Ghana and Nigeria, +44 11 5944 4973, firstname.lastname@example.org; Bernardo Castillon, Philippines, +63 34 29691; email@example.com; Peter Shenton, Scandinavia, +44 1905 351-389, firstname.lastname@example.org; John Meakin, United Kingdom, +44 1460 54-240, email@example.com; Faxson Katiza, Zimbabwe, +263 4 776869.
CCG publishes bookabout Sabbatarians
WODEN, Australia--The Christian Churches of God, based here, is accepting advance orders for The Sabbatarians of Siebenburgen, by Samuel Kohn, a rabbi, which concerns the history of the Sabbath-keeping church in Transylvania after the Protestant Reformation.
Rabbi Kohn (1841-1920) deals with an element of the Sabbatarian church and its subsequent conversion to Judaism.
"The importance of the work is that it explains what our early doctrines and practices were and it will help our people to come to grips with their history," said Wade Cox, coordinator of the CCG. "It may force a reevaluation of some Sabbatarian denominations."
Bonne Rook and Thomas McElwain translated the book, which is available for $20. For more information write the CCG at P.O. Box 369, Woden, A.C.T. 2606, Australia.
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