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GTA to speak in Jackson
JACKSON, Miss.--The Jackson congregation of the Intercontinental Church of God (ICG) will play host to a Bible-study weekend May 22-23, announced Rebekah Osborne.
ICG founder Garner Ted Armstrong of the Tyler, Texas, area will conduct a personal-appearance campaign on Saturday, May 22, at 2 p.m. and Sunday, May 23, at 11:30 a.m. at the Rankin branch of Hinds Community College in Pearl, Miss.
The weekend schedule is as follows: Bible studies at 9, 10 and 11 a.m. on Saturday; services at 2 p.m. Bible study at 9 a.m. Sunday and services at 11a.m.
For more information, call (601) 825-8392.
MILFORD, Ohio--The United Church of God, an International Association, announced the opening of a Feast in Jordan for the 1999 Feast of Tabernacles, which the UCG-AIA observes this year the evening of Sept. 24 through Oct. 2.
The Feast will take place in the capital city of Amman in a five-star hotel. In addition to the Feast package, a seven-day post-Feast tour of Israel is available. For details, contact Cory or Colene Erickson at 818 Spring Hill Ct., Woodbury, Minn. 55125, U.S.A.; (651) 714-4054; or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DAGENHAM, England--A Church of God member is launching a new publication, The Seven Lampstands, a monthly newsletter "bringing the people of God educational, informative, uplifting and encouraging material," said publisher David King.
E-mail Mr. King at email@example.com, or visit his Web site at www.kingdavid.org/7lamps. Or write him at 23 Osborne Rd., Dagenham, England RM9 5BB, United Kingdom.
CGI program on Odyssey
TYLER, Texas--Starting April 4, the Odyssey Network will air the Armor of God television program each Sunday at 5:30 a.m. eastern time, according to CGI spokesman Eric Morris. Odyssey will also air the program for the Pacific time zone, he said.
"The net result of all this is that the program will air at 5:30 a.m. on both coasts, 4:30 a.m. Central and 3:30 Mountain."
Odyssey is free and unscrambled for C Band and home-owned satellite dishes. The coordinates are SatCom 3, Transponder 5.
Issues of conversion
WATERTOWN, Conn.--The Fellowship Commentator, a quarterly newsletter published by Christ Fellowship Ministries, considers issues dealing with conversion in its spring issue.
Articles also include "Are Things Really Getting Worse?," "Nine Irresistible Bible Proofs that the KOG Has Already Been Established," "Receiving Christ," "Asking the Hard Questions," "Do You Really Believe?" and "CFM's Bibles for Prisoners Program."
To request a copy, write F. Paul Haney, P.O. Box 370, Watertown, Conn. 06795, U.S.A.
Jim Rector's magazine
TEXARKANA, Texas--Cornerstone: A Journal of Biblical Research is published by Jim Rector's Cornerstone Publications, 3802 Olive St., Texarkana, Texas 75503, U.S.A.
The March issue's theme is "Where Do We Go From Here?," the second part of a study into the possible meaning and significance of connecting Israel's wilderness experience to the modern era.
"In the first portion, which appeared in the October 1998 issue of Cornerstone, a certain groundwork was laid," said Mr. Rector. "This article builds on that foundation and seeks to deal with specific events that transpired in the original wilderness trek and which may well find their fullest spiritual realization in our lives as believers today."
EDMOND, Okla.--The Philadelphia Trumpet, a magazine published by the Philadelphia Church of God, devotes its March-April issue to articles that include "The Last Peacemaker" (about King Hussein of Jordan) and a report on "Religion in Prophecy."
Circulation is 105,300, making The Philadelphia Trumpet one of the largest-circulation magazines published by groups that came out of the old Worldwide Church of God.
Request the Trumpet from the PCG at P.O. Box 3700, Edmond, Okla. 73083, U.S.A., or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
CGI changes calendar
TYLER, Texas--The Church of God International has announced date changes for some of its events this summer.
The Sabbath Keeping Youth (SKY) summer camp will be June 27July 4 at the church grounds south of Tyler.
A teen and young adult backpacking trip in Colorado has been rescheduled to July 5-10.
Write the CGI for more information at P.O. Box 2525, Tyler, Texas 75710, U.S.A., or call (903) 825-2525.
Free Sabbath E-mail list started
LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo.--A new Internet list service, The Sabbath Morning Companion, has launched to provide a weekly inspirational message designed for Sabbath-keepers.
"It will be a great way to start your Sabbath day with a short, thought-provoking article," said Lenny Cacchio, who started the list. To subscribe, contact Mr. Cacchio by E-mail at email@example.com.
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