A Feast of a different kind
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.--LifeResource Ministries announces what founder Bill Jacobs is calling a different kind of Feast of Tabernacles observance for 2009.
"Are you tired of attending a festival where people focus more on fun than on God, more on duty than on worship?" he rhetorically asks.
"At LifeResource Ministries our festivals are not about joining an organization or any person but about your relationship and daily walk with Jesus Christ.
"If you attend with us you will return home rejuvenated and enriched with spiritual skills and knowledge for the task of the lived Christian life.
"If you are interested in this kind of festival, be sure to see the details on our Web site."
It's at liferesource.org.
Or write LifeResource at P.O. Box 66540, Albuquerque, N.M. 87193, U.S.A.
Feasts in San Diego and elsewhere
SAN DIEGO, Calif.--The Church of the Eternal God in the United States and the Church of God a Christian Fellowship in Canada are laying plans for their Feast site in San Diego Oct. 2-9, 2009, announced Norbert Link.
For lodging information call the Woodfin Hotel San Diego, (888) 433-2150. For more information from the U.S.-based CEG, see eternalgod.org.
The two CEG groups' U.K. affiliate, the Global Church of God, will keep the Feast for the 10th time at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire. See globalchurchofgod.co.uk/feasts.
Addresses for the CEG-affiliated U.S., Canadian and U.K. ministries are as follows:
Church of the Eternal God, P.O. Box 270519, San Diego, Calif. 92198, U.S.A.
Church of God a Christian Fellowship, Box 1480, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0, Canada.
Global Church of God, P.O. Box 2111, Derby DE1 1ZR, England.
See also eternalgod.org.
PALM BAY, Fla.--Bible researcher Paul R. Finch announces that his book The Passover Papers, which he wrote in 1998, is in print again.
The book "is a good old-fashioned Bible study that explores in depth the many-faceted problems of the timing factors involved in determining the correct date and time of the Passover sacrifice, the Wednesday-crucifixion theory, the Saturday-resurrection theory, the meaning of various Hebrew names involved, how the Bible originally counted days and much more," Mr. Finch said.
The Passover Papers is available for $15.16 at CenturyOne Books (centuryone.com).
Mr. Finch also wrote Last Call? and Beyond Acts.
Write the author at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone him at (321) 722-3365.
Carl Franklin's writings
SYDNEY, Australia--Craig White announces that research papers by Carl Franklin of Dunedin, Fla., on the nature of God and Christology are up on one of Mr. White's Web sites.
"Carl has given me the go-ahead to provide a home for them on the Friends of the Sabbath site," Mr. White said.