Vessels of mercy
WEST BROMWICH, England--Tom Mahon has a new Church of God- related Web site at www.thevesselsofmercy.com.
"It does not represent a new church," Mr. Mahon told The Journal. The site is "still under construction, but it is up and running."
BIG SANDY, Texas--You're invited to a wedding. Jamie Melinda Cartwright, daughter of Dixon and Linda Cartwright of Big Sandy, and Robert Austin Payne, son of Jeff and Kathy Payne of Beaumont, Texas, plan to marry Sunday, Feb. 5.
The ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. in the building owned by the Church of God Big Sandy with the bride's "papaw," Ellis Stewart, also of Big Sandy, conducting the ceremony.
Help Mrs. McClure
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.--Mark Carr of Return to Torah Ministries (affiliated with the 7th Day Church of God) told The Journal recently about a project he and fellow ministry members have tackled: to raise $1,200 to move a donated mobile home to help Judith
McClure of Metropolis, Ill.
Mrs. McClure, 68, was living in a 36-year-old dilapidated, moldy, unsafe trailer house.
Since Mrs. McClure's husband, Darrell, died unexpectedly 10 years ago, she has not had the means to keep up her property while working as a caretaker for other people in their residences.
Return to Torah acquired a donated replacement mobile home for Mrs. McClure and needs about $1,100 to move it to her location.
To help Mrs. McClure, who presently lives in a 10-by-10-foot area of her old trailer next to a gas heater to keep her warm, write Return to Torah Ministries at P.O. Box 70635, Knoxville, Tenn. 37938, U.S.A., or write Mr. Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or
call (865) 922-5420.
"We seek to minister to the windows, orphans, to the elderly and those who have a pure love for God and His Son Jesus in their heart," according to a statement on the ministry's Web site.
Donations to Return to Torah are tax-deductible in the United States.
BISMARCK, N.D.--To read and send in prayer requests, ask questions and read answers about the Bible and learn about new archaeological discoveries, visit Darwin and Laura Lee's Web site, at http://darwinlauralee.com.
The Lees' site, which welcomes "the entire world," even has pleasant background music.
Friends of the Sabbath British Isles
ABBEYDALE, England--Robert Taylor invites everyone to the Friends of the Sabbath British Isles' Web site and to the Friends' international conference Sunday and Monday, May 28-29. Mr. Taylor said guest speakers will include Seventh-day Adventist scholar and
writer Samuele Bacchiocchi of Berrien Springs, Mich.
For more information visit www.friendsofsabbath.org.uk or write Friends of the Sabbath British Isles, c/o BSAUK, P.O. Box 2086, Abbeydale, Gloucester, U.K. GL4 4WD.
PASADENA, Calif.--An article in the November-December issue of WCG Today, the Worldwide Church of God's member newsletter, announced that Matthew Morgan has taken over the duties of the recently retired Ron Kelly as controller.
An article by Mr. Morgan also mentioned progress on the church's move to a new headquarters building in Glendora, east of Pasadena.
"Most interior demolition and earthquake retrofitting is complete," he said, and "plans are in place to begin the task of remodeling."