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Notes and Quotes
(November 2004 Issue)

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Berlin Guillory dies

HOUSTON, Texas--Berlin Ray Guillory, 62, died unexpectedly Nov. 1 at his home. Mr. Guillory was a 1968 graduate and former faculty member of Ambassador College, Big Sandy.

At Ambassador the classes Mr. Guillory taught included government and French.

At the time of his death he was a teacher at Marshall Middle School in Houston.

Survivors include Mr. Guillory's brother and sister-in-law, Don and Marcia Guillory, and a niece, Melissa Guillory.

Evangelism bridges

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.--The Building Bridges group here announced speakers for a seminar on evangelism scheduled for Jan. 15 and 16.

Guy Swenson of Plainfield, Ill., and Bill Jacobs of Albuquerque, N.M., will address Building Bridges members and guests, said Dona Fehr.

For more information visit To arrange for housing, write or call Mrs. Fehr at or (763) 572-8377.

Jeb Bush responds

KILLEEN, Texas--Billy Stefek of the Christian Leadership Academy reports that Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida has responded to a 25-page "warning report" hand-delivered to the governor's office by CLA founder Alfred Harrell of Cabot, Ark.

Mr. Stefek quoted Gov. Bush's note to Dr. Harrell: "I want to know how people feel about the many critical issues we face, and I promise to keep your concerns in mind."

As reported in The Journal of Oct. 31, Dr. Harrell is touring state capitals to deliver, orally and in print, an end-time warning message to governors and other state officials.

Write Mr. Stefek at Visit the CLA on the Web at

Board election

FORT WAYNE, Ind.--The Fort Wayne congregation of the United Church of God will select three new board members in December, according to an announcement on the congregation's Web site.

The three outgoing board members are Joel Borton, Claren Goad and Willie Stephens.

Baptized members of the congregation are eligible to occupy board-member positions.

"All baptized members' names will appear on the ballot unless you inform [secretary] Lori Hermann that you would rather not be considered to serve on our local board," said the announcement.

Other board members are Robert Borton, Jerry Dickey, Darris McNeely (pastor), Scott Moss (deacon), Willie Stephens (deacon), Craig Scott (treasurer) and Lori Hermann (secretary).

The congregation's elders are Mr. McNeely, Robert Borton, Gary Nielander and John Robinson.

For more information see

New free book

SAN DIEGO, Calif.--The Church of the Eternal God, along with its corporate affiliates in Canada (the Church of God a Christian Fellowship) and Britain (the Global Church of God), is distributing a new book, Jesus Christ: A Great Mystery, announced Wray Zehrung.

To view copies of 17 of the church's publications, visit, or

"Readers have enthusiastically responded to the new book on Christ," Mr. Zehrung told The Journal.

For a free copy write Church of the Eternal God, P.O. Box 270519, San Diego, Calif. 92198, U.S.A.

New St. Louis station

FLINT, Texas--The Intercontinental Church of God announced a new contract with a television station in the St. Louis, Mo., area, KDNL, channel 30.

"We have a solid and growing church group in St. Louis," said Mark Armstrong, operations manager for the church, "and feel certain that this addition will be an asset."

The church's telecast, featuring Mr. Armstrong's late father, Garner Ted Armstrong, airs Saturdays at 6:30 a.m. on KDNL.

Mystery solved

MISSISSAUGA, Ont., Canada--Myron Martin announces a "breakthrough in understanding on the timing of the Messiah's burial and resurrection in fulfillment of Matthew 12:40 and subsequent ascension to the Father 40 days later."

For more information write Mr. Martin at or Patriots of the Kingdom, Ste. 424, 6-6855 Airport Rd., Mississauga, Ont. L4V 1Y9, Canada.

Remembrances invited

BIG SANDY, Texas--The Journal plans to publish reminiscences from friends and acquaintances of Herman Hoeh of Tujunga, Calif., who died unexpectedly Nov. 21.

If you have a brief anecdote about one of the WCG's most unforgettable characters, feel free to send it to The Journal at P.O. Box 1020, Big Sandy, Texas 75755, U.S.A., or Or fax it to (903) 636-9097. Be sure to include your name and phone number and, if available, your E-mail address.

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