What's in issue No. 66, dated July 30, 2002?

Stanley Rader dies. Mr. Rader was a Worldwide Church of God evangelist, treasurer and confidant of WCG founder Herbert W. Armstrong.

Garner Ted Armstrong and the Intercontinental Church of God dedicate a new headquarters building near Tyler, Texas. The Journal reports on Mr. Armstrong's dedication sermon. See the print version of The Journal.

A Chicago-area conference encourages and exhorts.

A Missouri newspaper, part of the Knight Ridder chain, carries a Church of God writer's columns. See the print version of The Journal.

Where were you in the fall of 1953? John Warren interviews Buck Hammer and other Church of God old-timers to begin a Journal series of articles on the Radio/Worldwide Church of God in its early days. See the print version of The Journal.

Letters from our readers include replies from two WCG members to Jason Poole's letter in May, comments on Ken Westby's one-God conference, and opinions on calendars, self-defense and conscientious objection.

In columns and commentary, Janet Treadway advises what to do when life knocks you down, David Antion counsels to read before you act, James McBride invites you to consider the CGOM, Dave Havir says it's different when our leaders do it, Robert and Joyce Thiel say there's something suspicious about the 1986 list of 18 truths; and Brian Knowles thinks he knows why doctrinal reform won't happen anytime soon. See the print version of The Journal.

In essays, Theda Horton, Steve Bruns and John Sash weigh in on calendar issues, and Eric Snow analyzes whether it's born again or begotten again. See the print version of The Journal.

In court on a traffic charge, a Church of God member defends his independence. For one of the most amazing stories you'll ever read, see the print version of The Journal.

The Journal lists Feast of Tabernacles sites for 2002.

Visit Europe on a shoestring with a Kiwi.

ALERT's originator resigning.

The UCG's booklet reprints top two million.

In "Notes and Quotes," Dan Cafourek decides to appeal, two Building Bridges fellowships release their schedules, and three Feast sites announce information.

Learn to work out your own salvation through meditation, advises The Journal's ad lady and Connections columnist Darlene Warren.

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