Barbara Flurry dies
EDMOND, Okla.--Barbara Flurry, wife of Philadelphia Church of God founder Gerald Flurry, died after a long illness Sept. 5.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Flurry, 57, is survived by a son, Stephen Flurry, and a daughter, Laura Turgeon, both of Edmond, and several grandchildren.
"You couldn't help liking Mrs. Flurry," said Jerry Ashcraft of Red Springs, Texas, a former PCG member. "She was a very jolly, outgoing, very, very friendly person to everybody."
Lynn Torrance dies
BIG SANDY, Texas--Lynn E. Torrance, an elder in the Living Church of God and former registrar of Ambassador College, died unexpectedly at his home here Sept. 25.
Dr. Torrance, 86, had been a longtime member of the Radio/Worldwide Church of God. Besides serving as registrar at AC, he taught classes, including international relations and speech.
He is survived by his wife, Lou Torrance, two sons, Jim Torrance of Dallas, Texas, and David Torrance of Atlanta, Ga., and several grandchildren.
Legacy school publishes newspaper on Web
CHIANG MAI, Thailand--An instructor teaching for a year at Legacy Institute's International Leadership Training Center in Chiang Mai has assisted the students in publishing a Web-based student newspaper.
Mandi Steel of Stockton, Mo., announced in September the newspaper's Web address is active: www.legacyleader.org.
"Let me warn you," Miss Steele said. "It's a work in progress. The printed version looks a whole lot better . . . but it's readable."
Miss Steele and her students welcome feedback from people visiting the site. Write her at email@example.com .
See Legacy Institute on the Web at www.legacyinstitute.org.
Guardian Ministries on the radio
PASADENA, Calif.--David Antion, founder of Guardian Ministries, announced that Guardian is operating an Internet-based radio station. Visit www.guardianministry.com and follow the links to listen.
"Once you're on, you'll hear a wide selection of spiritual songs, announcements, hourly news and sermons," Dr. Antion said. "These messages can literally be heard around the world."
GLOUCESTER, England--The Gloucester Sabbath Association has a Web site, announced Robert Taylor. Visit it at www.biblesabbath.org.uk.
New Web site
AMARILLO, Texas--Jeff Booth, pastor of the Christian Church of God, based in Amarillo, announced the CCG's new Web site. Visit it at www.christianchurchofgod.org. Write Mr. Booth at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Advertise in 'Sentinel'
MULVANE, Kan.--The editor of The Sabbath Sentinel, published by the Bible Sabbath Association, is looking for more advertisers.
Editor Ken Ryland of Mulvane says prices and other details are available at email@example.com or from 3316 Alberta Dr., Gillette, Wyo. 82718, U.S.A.
A quarter-page ad, for example, will run you $150. Classifieds are $1 a word.
LINCOLN, England--For tips on how to talk inoffensively about Christmas with relatives who do not observe the holiday, see a back issue of Outreach Newsletter, published by the Churches of God UK (an affiliate of the Churches of God Outreach Ministries).
"Well ahead of the 25th [of December] we need to gently put down a marker to relatives, friends and colleagues that we 'don't do Christmas,'" writes editor and pastor James McBride.
Yet "we should not, of course, be confrontational. Ways and means can be found of avoiding conflict in our own circumstances. Nor need we go overboard in our opposition. You can still accompany the family to see the often spectacular switch-on of Christmas town centre lights, or a pantomime."
To subscribe write Mr. McBride at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Sickness and healings
SAN DIEGO, Calif.--The Church of the Eternal God along with its corporate affiliate in Canada (Church of God a Christian Fellowship) has made available a new free booklet, Sickness and Healing: What the Bible Tells Us.
To view copies of the church's 15 booklets, visit www.eternalgod.org/literature.
Readers of the booklet have commented that the approach "concerning medicines and herbal remedies is very balanced" and imparts a "new understanding on the origin of sickness."
Write Church of the Eternal God, P.O. Box 270519, San Diego, Calif. 92198, U.S.A.