AU grad completes dissertation
CHAPEL HILL, N.C.--John Brian Heath, a 1997 graduate of Ambassador University, Big Sandy, Texas, recently completed his doctoral degree in educational
leadership at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dr. Heath's dissertation--A Study of Adolescent Leadership in a High School Setting: Implications for School Administrators --deals with the
role that schools and other organizations can play in effectively developing leadership skills among teenagers, thus empowering them for positive change in society.
The dissertation's findings may be of interest to those who work with church youth groups and youth-based humanitarian organizations, Dr. Heath said.
His data were collected through a series of interviews with university students who had served as district officers of Key Club International, a
high-school service organization sponsored by Kiwanis International.
To obtain a PDF or print copy of the book, go to wwwlib.umi. com/dissertations/
Let freedom ring
DAYTON, Ohio--Kenneth Plummer has a new take on John 8:32, "The truth will set you free." It appears in this issue of The Journal, on page 19.
The article is also available, along with other advertisements in the Connections section of The Journal, on this newspaper's Web site, www.thejournal.org.
CHIANG MAI, Thailand-- Leon Sexton, who along with his wife, Gloria, founded Legacy Institute, a Church of God ministry based in Thailand, has
embarked on a speaking tour of the United States.
"We will be talking about the ministry God has given us to do in Asia and the Legacy Institute Leadership Training Center in Chiang Mai," Mr. Sexton
The schedule includes stops in Vancouver, Wash. (Nov. 20); Cincinnati, Ohio (Nov. 26); Big Sandy, Texas (Dec. 3); and Waco, Texas (Dec. 10).
For more information see www.legacyinstitute.org.
TYLER, Texas--Mark Armstrong announces that the Intercontinental Church of God's mailing list has grown to 84,000 names and addresses.
"We've sent out somewhere in the neighborhood of a quarter million books, booklets, brochures, newspapers, newsletters, tapes, CDs and DVDs over the
past year," Mr. Armstrong said.
The Garner Ted Armstrong Web site (www.garnertedarmstrong. ws) logged 46,000 visitors in October, and the ICG web site (www.intercontinentalcog.org)
recorded 19,000 visitors."
For more information write Chris Cumming at chriscumming@ icgchurches.org.
Full of information
LEWES, England--Sherwin Scott announces that he has "built a Web site full of interesting and useful information," including articles written by a WCG
pastor, Ken Buck.
Visit Mr. Scott's site at www.sonsloveletter.com.
Geoff's new site
CAPE TOWN, South Africa-- Geoff Neilson announces that his new Web site, www.freewebs. com/usa-in-prophecy/, includes information from his book that
proves Herbert W. Armstrong was the end-time Elijah.
Slow boat to Ararat
BELMORE, Australia--Henk Jens has nine Church of Godrelated papers and four short responses to frequently asked questions at his Web site, at
The postings include "Noah's 365 Days in the Ark," which shows that the Jewish calendar fits the dates of Genesis chapters 7 and 8," Mr. Jens said.
"It also shows that the 150 days mentioned there do not refer to five 30-day months as many assume."
Write Mr. Jens at firstname.lastname@example.org or P.O. Box 121, Belmore, N.S.W. 2192, Australia.