Activities will include a Sabbath service with Stephen Glover of the CGI and Barnabas Grayson of the Tulsa Church of God, followed by a campfire sing-along Saturday evening.
A series of seminars will take place Sunday morning.
"Sunday afternoon will be open for fellowship, volleyball, horseshoes and other outdoor games," he said.
Steve Andrews, the newly announced pastor of the Tulsa Church of God, will conduct a Bible study Sunday night. See two articles about Mr. Andrews beginning on page 1 of this issue of The Journal.
The closing service will happen the morning of April 11, with Lawrence Gregory, pastor emeritus at the Tulsa Church of God, speaking.
The events will feature the singing of Matthew Steel and the Tulsa Praise & Worship Team.
For more information contact Wynn Skelton at (903) 736-5999 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Barnabas Grayson of the Tulsa Church of God at (918) 617-4919.
See also cgi.org or tulsachurchofgod.net.
Feast in the Great Smokies
SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. -- The Church of God Worldwide Ministries, sponsor of The World Tomorrow on television, will play host to a Feast of Tabernacles site in the Great Smoky Mountains.
The site will be "at our home office complex at 1965 Chapman Hwy. Oct. 8-16, 2014," announced Shirley Timmons.
Services will start at 2 p.m. each day.
"All are welcome to join us," Mrs. Timmons said. "We have many activities planned, with lots of food and fellowship daily."
She also mentioned the site is in need of more sermon presenters and a piano player.
Call Mrs. Timmons if you can help out at (865) 774-4600.
Is the apostolic church for real?
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- David Froloff has booklets on offer for free of charge including The Subversion of Christianity: How Did It Happen? and Does the Scriptural Apostolic Church Exist Today?
To order the booklets or for more information write Mr. Froloff at 3700 Watt Ave., No. 20, Sacramento, Calif. 95821, U.S.A., or email@example.com.