Front page: BSA invites all to its 2003 conference in Tulsa

MULVANE, Kan.--The annual conference of the Bible Sabbath Association, headquartered in Fairview, Okla., is scheduled for Tulsa, Okla., Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 in the building owned by the Tulsa Church of God at 14509 E. Marshall.

Everyone is invited to attend the meetings, announced Ken Ryland of Mulvane, managing editor of the BSA's Sabbath Sentinel magazine.

The BSA, which traces its roots to several Sabbath-observing Christians in Oklahoma in 1943, exists to promote fellowship and cooperation among Sabbath keepers; to restore respect for the Ten Commandments, with emphasis on the Fourth; to encourage the repeal of secular laws that enforce the keeping of Sunday (or any other day); and to defeat the adoption of any calendar that would disrupt the seven-day weekly cycle.

Directors are Daniel Botkin of East Peoria, Ill.; Bryan Burrell of Fairview (secretary-treasurer); Calvin Burrell of Houston, Texas; John Conrod of Lakewood, Colo.; Sidney Davis of Great Lakes, Ill. (president); Darrell Estep of Port Orchard, Wash.; Mike Galimore of Spencer, Ind.; June Narber Harrison of Raleigh, N.C.; John Paul Howell of Glen Burnie, Md.; Tom Justus of Springdale, Ark.; Richard Nickels of Gillette, Wyo.; and Kenneth Westby of Federal Way, Wash.

For more information contact Dr. Davis at or (781) 944-7941 or Mr. Westby at or (253) 852-3269.

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