What's in issue No. 75, dated April 30, 2003?
The pastor of a Church of God denomination based in Utah, A Congregation of God: A Free Church, has bought land to divide into parcels to lease to the brethren. Read an interview with pastor Darryl Henson in the print version of The Journal.
A Church of God editor, writer and elder says he changed his mind about the nature of Islam after the events of September 2001.
Some Church of God congregations combine for a dinner-dance.
A Feast site in Grand Junction will continue, announce its organizers.
The United Church of God British Isles claims ownership of the name of and recording equipment for 'The World Tomorrow.'
The Journal's readers write letters.
In columns and commentary, Wesley White has good news and bad news for the brethren; Dave Havir talks about disillusioned believers turning to God; and Bill Glover writes of a Christian's priorities.
An organizer of a July conference for women in Birmingham, Ala., provides details of plans for the meetings.
Alan Ruth of the Biblestudy.org Web site lists the most-viewed answers to questions about the Bible.
Arizonans sponsor a seven-day Unleavened Bread gathering.
A North Carolina congregation plays host to an inter-COG dance.
"Notes and Quotes" includes Feast announcements, an ordination, the death of a longtime Worldwide Church of God member and evangelist, and a location change for Ken Westby's July 25-27 One God Seminars.
In her monthly column Darlene tells how she was touched by a pagan.
Read our classifieds, which include prayer requests and obituaries.
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