More lectures are planned as finances permit. Until then, the CEG is sending out CDs that contain Mr. Link's presentation.
Also available on CD are topics that include life after death, hope, Jesus' return, accountability and military service.
Write email@example.com or CEG, P.O. Box 270519, San Diego, Calif. 92198, U.S.A.
Feast in Eureka
LANSING, Mich.--John Bensinger announces a Feast of Tabernacles observance at Eureka, Mo., near St. Louis, beginning the evening of Oct. 17.
Everybody is welcome, Mr. Bensinger said.
For more information contact Jeff Ledy at (517) 675-6383 or Matt Gaffney at (970) 532-0522. See also www.feast2005.com.
HELENVILLE, Wis.--Hal Geiger announces the 11th annual Barn Party, planned and designed to "build bridges of friendship."
The party is set for Saturday night, Sept. 24, and will include old-fashioned fun and fellowship. Related events will run Friday night through Sunday.
"Bring along your homemade chili, cornbread or apple cider, enter the pie- and cookie-baking contest, listen to and participate in the local talent
and hayride and warm yourself by the fire."
Camp sites are available on the grounds of the event, as well as motels and private homes. Call Hal and Scarlet Geiger for more information at (262)
593-5637, or write them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.--Bill Jacobs of Life Resource Ministries announces a presentation series titled "Spiritual Growth and Human development," free for
Mr. Jacobs said that adults i the 34-60 age-group must learn to be "outward-looking," otherwise "they tend to stagnate, or become self-centered,
inward and depressive."
Write email@example.com or P.O. Box 66540, Albuquerque, N.M. 87193, U.S.A. Or call (505) 890-6806.
WESTBURY, Australia--Rod McQueen, longtime COG elder who quit the paid ministry to write, announces the launch of dawntoduskpublications.com.
Mr. McQueen's writings fall into three categories: (1) seeing God through His Works, (2) issues of faith and reason and (3) Bible teachings.
"Two articles of particular interest for many Journal readers," he said, "are 'Was Jesus God?' and 'The Age of the Earth.' Don't expect the
typical explanations given by most COGers."
U.K. Feast information
LONDON, England--Peter Cross announces that information on "all the Festival of Tabernacles sites in the U.K." is available at his Web site,
Katrina changes Feast plans
HOLLISTER, Calif.--Fred Coulter has announced that, because of the destruction from Hurricane Katrina, his church, the Christian Biblical Church of
God, is canceling its Feast site in the Foley, Ala., area and will instead sponsor sites at Waco, Texas, and Dunedin, Fla.
For more information contact Jack or Betty Thomas of Waco at (254) 772-0031. See also www.cbcg.org. The observances begin the evening of Oct. 17.
Winter Family Weekend
MILFORD, Ohio--The United Church of God announces its Winter Family Weekend for 2005 in Louisville, Ky., Dec. 23-28.
"We are anticipating a possible record year of attendance with no less than four days full of fun and fellowship," said church president Clyde
For information see www.ucg.org/familyweekend/.
Winter Family Tournament
WEST CHESTER, Ohio--Jim O'Brien announces the annual Winter Family Tournament for Lexington, Ky., beginning Dec. 23. For more information write
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.cogcincinnati.com. See also an announcement on page 19 of this issue of The Journal.