ST. ALBANS, WV 25177 - Thank you again for a sound paper and your guidance ... I'm enclosing my renewal. Patsy Ford Allinder, 571 MacCorkle Ave.
MARIETTA, OH 45750-0104 The elders of the Harmar Hill Church of Christ have announced an opportunity for our brotherhood to participate in a very worthy cause. Their faithful evangelist, J.D. Conley has had great health problems since January, 2002. They are thankful to report that brother J.D. is presently in good health after extensive hospital stays and surgeries. However, his medical expenses have outgrown his medical insurance payments by $30,000. J.D. and his wife, Denise (Cooper), have six children whom they have adopted. Their oldest daughter is now a student in Freed-Hardeman University. If you are able to help this Christian family to pay these medical bills, please send your financial donation to the Harmar Hill Church of Christ, P.O. Box 104. You may contact Frank Higginbotham (Chester, WV), Charles C. Pugh, III (New Martinsville, WV), and W. Terry Varner (Marietta, OH) for more information.
OMAR, WV 25638 We continue to receive the West Virginia Christian and appreciate, tremendously, the work that you do and the many good articles included in the paper each month. We continue to give out our extra copies to various individuals and congregations that might find them interesting. I also leave them in the waiting areas along with the "House to House" publication when visiting the local hospitals. Recently, I received your letter discussing the upcoming lectureship at Seth. My brother Bob along with myself as well as our families have already discussed the possibility of attending the lectures, and I assure you we will be more than happy to promote it and announce it, especially as the date draws nearer. Thanks again for your work in extending as well as defending the faith. Donnie Estep, Barnabas Church of Christ, PO Box 530.
UGHELLI DELTA STATE, NIGERIA Dear saints, Calvary greetings to you in Jesus' name. Amen. I read your magazine through a friend and I really like it for edification. Please send it monthly to me through the following address: The Church of Christ, P.O. Box 643. Remain blessed in Christ, Yours because of Christ, Paul E. Elson.
SUGARCREEK, OH 44681-9316 Please send me a year of the "West Virginia Christian" paper. When brother Warren Kenney held the meeting in New Philadelphia, he shared some papers with us and I really enjoyed reading it. Keep up the good work. Juanita Clark, 122 Mill St. NW.
ST. ALBANS, WV 25177 The Washington St. Church of Christ has announced their 20th annual Greater Kanawha Valley Lectureship for 2006. It will be conducted August 7-11. Singing will begin the lectures at 6:30 PM Monday evening, followed by two lectures. On Tuesday through Friday they will be having lectures at 1:30 PM, 2:30 PM, 3:30 PM, 7:00 PM, and 8:00 PM. Singing will begin at 6:30 PM each evening. Their theme is "The Bible: God's All-Sufficient Word." Speakers will be: Allen Cole, Frank Higginbotham, Michael Mayo, Richard Melson, Charles Pugh, III, and Eddie Stewart. Four students from the West Virginia School of Preaching will also present lectures. For other information contact Michael Mayo at (304) 727-0761. email: firstname.lastname@example.org -601 Washington St., PO Box 177.
LORAIN, OH 44055 The Toledo Road Church of Christ has announced their 8th annual North Central Ohio Bible Lectureship, August 27-30, 2006. The theme will be, "The Gospel, God's Power To Save." Speakers will be Perry Cotham, Dave Miller, Jim Smith, Bruch Harbach, Barry Gilreath, Sr., Wirt Cook, Wash McCall, Steve Smithbauer, Ben Flatt, and Mark Weaver. Ladies lectures will be presented by Karen Harbach, Nancy Upton, and Carol Northcraft. Contact Bob Eddy (440) 233-5489; cell (440) 477-1049. email: email@example.com
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