What's in issue No. 37, Feb. 29, 2000?
An Indiana congregation moves into its new building. The Journal interviews elder Jeff Osborn, who said owning such a structure was "necessary" so the group could be more of a "light to the community."
An auction company has divided the former Ambassador University campus into 17 parcels to sell April 4. This article includes a listing and description of the parcels. Now is your chance to own a piece of Ambassador.
Christian Educational Ministries founder and evangelist Ron Dart fields questions in a Q&A session in Texas prompted by his recent "marking" by the founder of another Church of God ministry. See the print version of The Journal for Mr. Dart's views on Sabbath observance, Sunday attendance, Christmas music, military service and more.
A Toledo pastor disfellowships most of his board of directors, prompting many in the congregation to leave. The Journal interviews pastor Ron Weinland and two of the board members. See the print version of The Journal
In editorials and columns in this issue, Brian Knowles says actions speaker louder than doctrines; David Antion tells you how to know if your religion might be neurotic; Marla Prouty says "single" is not a four-letter word; Dave Havir notes that moneychangers can be a problem in the spiritual temple; Melvin Rhodes draws parallels between the Churches of God and the Church of England; and Barbara Fenney says the Jedi knights could have set a much better example in the latest Star Wars movie. See the print version of The Journal.
This month's letters from readers include a report from the Sabbatarian Church of God in Kenya--and much more.
Two writers give two diametrically different views on the traditional Church of God teaching about a "place of safety." Will some of God's people flee immediately before the tribulation, or is the place-of-safety teaching the Church of God version of the secret rapture? Read Robert Thiel's and Tracy Walker's essays in the print version of The Journal.
Alan Knight kicks off a succession of Journal essays with a look at the ancient roots (in Hellenism and gnosticism) of modern Christianity. Back in January The Journal published an interview with Mr. Knight about his book and his perception that the leadership of the Church of God (Seventh Day) could be leaning toward what he calls "antinomianism." The Journal also interviewed CG7 president Whaid Rose, who takes strong exception to Mr. Knight's characterization of him and the CG7. For the first in Mr. Knight's series and a preview of his new book, please see the print version of The Journal.
In an essay, Ray Wooten says we die like the first Adam, but we should live like the second Adam (Jesus). See the print version of The Journal.
The Church of God International features longtime Church of God member and speaker Wayne Cole as a guest on its Armor of God television program. See the print version of The Journal.
Here are eight more camps available to Church of God youths in 2000.
German Church of God members offer literature to Eastern Europeans. See the print version of The Journal.
Read the latest prayer requests and obituaries in our classified section.
Read "Notes and Quotes" for a surprise announcement about a new Feast site in Orlando, Fla., for 2000.
In Connections, The Journal's advertising section, advertising manager Darlene Warren records her thoughts as the final sale of the Ambassador University property nears.
The guest column in Connections this month is by the great-granddaughter of centenarian Lelva Womack, whose photograph was featured on the front page of the Oct. 25, 1999, issue shortly after her 100th birthday. Mrs. Womack died in December. Great-granddaughter Miranda Murphey remembers "Baba."
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