What's in issue No. 41, June 30, 2000?
Leaders of two Church of God groups--the United Church of God, an International Association, and the Church of God, a Christian Fellowship--begin a dialogue. Will talks lead to a merger of the two groups? See the print version of The Journal.
Speaking of talking, don't talk religion at Ducky's Pub.
Barnabas Ministries founder Alan Ruth says some Churches of God are to blame for some missing links.
Two ABC students recommend the new school for concentrated study of all things biblical. The Journal interviews two of the 24 currently enrolled students at Ambassador Bible Center in Milford, Ohio. Is ABC a United Church of God effort to start another Ambassador College? See the print version of The Journal.
Tim and Hope Lindholm's appeal of their suspension from Sabbath services is still up in the air after three years. The Journal reports on the status of the Minnesota couple and takes readers behind the scenes in the United Church of God's member appeal process. See the print version of The Journal.
Letters from our readers include a list of people who plan to attend Lawrence Gregory's July 28 conference in Tulsa. They also contain Paul Haney's request for an apology from Ian Boyne and Eric Snow's response to a recent Dave Havir column.
Editorials for June have Bryn Hendrickson asking who are the modern-day Korahs; Dave Havir praying that saints locate the right map; Mark Kaplan's recommendation for not-so-light summer reading; and Ian Boyne's tribute to an itinerant Church of God preacher. See the print version of The Journal for all of June's comments and commentary.
The Journal lists Feast of Tabernacles sites for 2000.
In the wrap-up of his five-installment series on "primitive Christianity in crisis," Alan Knight reveals the identity of the Philadelphia congregation of Revelation 3. "Being a Philadelphia Christian is actually a scary experience," he writes. See the print version of The Journal.
This issue includes four articles from Feast of Tabernacles planners: Anthony and Margaretha Miles (ICG), Alex Nicholson (ICG) and Norman Edwards (Servants' News) and a joint Feast to be sponsored by Guardian Ministries (David Antion) and United Christian Ministries (Ray Wooten).
"Notes and Quotes" reports on an honored teen, Tiffany Martell of Bradenton, Fla., and announces a new board member in Big Sandy.
Read the latest prayer requests and obituaries in our classified section.
In her column in Connections, Darlene Warren tackles a touchy subject for many Church of God brethren: the calendar postponements.
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