BUFFALO, WV 25033 The Buffalo church of Christ will be hosting their 5th annual Youth Day April 19, starting at 1:00 PM. It will be at the Eleanor Fire Department. The theme will be "Transformers: More than Meets the Eye," based on Romans 12:1, 2. Our guest speakers will be Kriss Crithfield, Daniel Hager, and Chris Roberts. We will provide Pizza and refreshments after the lessons. For more information contact Jeremy Young: firstname.lastname@example.org, (304) 586-1703. PO Box 68.
GALLIPOLIS, OH 45631 Thanks for the great job you and Nancy do in faithfully publishing WV Christian each month. Of all the brotherhood publications ever promoted in this area, WV Christian is surely one of the best. Those who subscribe and read all the articles printed are strengthened and built up spiritually. I am preaching most of my time for Chapel Hill in Gallipolis. The rest of the time I shall be with the church in West Union, WV.
Our planned visit to Israel and Egypt, October 21 is nearly sold out. Have room for 8 more. Brochures are available. Phone 740 446-8506. Lewis Mikell, P.O. Box 302.
DEFIANCE, OH 43512 The First Annual Northwest Ohio Lectureship will be hosted by the Defiance church of Christ, 1749 South Clinton St. on May 10. Registration at 8:00 AM. The theme will be "Unity in Christ." Speakers will be Toby Miller, Stephen Healea, Tim Dooley, Rick Tincher, and Terry Townsend. For more information, call Bob Sheppard (419) 393-2618 or Tim Dooley (419) 399-4761.
SANDYVILLE, WV 25275 ... Thank you so very much for such a wonderful paper. Always look forward to it. Such good reading in it ...-Carnegie Wagner, RR 3 Box 196-C.
FAIRVIEW, WV 26570 The Pumpkin Center church of Christ is hosting a Gospel Meeting with David Stevens, April 20-25. David will speak during the regular Sunday worship services and Monday-Friday at 7:00 PM. Contact Mark Jones, email@example.com -18 Darrah Lane.
SEARCY, AR 72143-5916 Thank you for the reminder on my subscription. Your paper is so good to receive each month. I moved from W. Va. To Arkansas in 1988. It not only keeps me in touch with the work in W.Va., but is also a great encouragement in my Christian life. In the love of the Lord, Floyd D. Rine, 26 Glenmere Dr.
MARIETTA, OH 45750 The 63rd Ohio Valley Church Lectures will be hosted by the Harmar Hill church of Christ, 200 Edgewood Dr., August 18-21. The lectureship will center on the book of Philippians, on the theme, "The Joy of Christianity." Charles Pugh III will be the keynote speaker each evening. Other speakers will be Jeremy Main, J.D. Conley, Roger Rush, Glenn Hawkins, Sam Bartrug, Terry Jones, Robert Barcroft, Frank Higginbotham, Charles Aebi, Mike Phillips, James Rankhorn, Denver Cooper, Crain Matheny, Rodney Nulph, W. Terry Varner, and Will Montgomery. PO Box 104. (740) 373-1350
BRIGHTON, TN 38011 - ... The publication continues to present doctrinally sound articles ... With the modernization of "the pattern" and the liberal attitude toward His authority, our need to propound the unsearchable riches of God is demanded. That you are presenting issue by issue. Especially plain, logical, and faithful to the Word were several of the past month's issue ... the article of George Erwin and those by Charles Aebi and Roger Rush really stood out to me. It really encourages, admonishes, and edifies me as I strive to live for Jesus.
I am walking with some improvement. A walker is necessary ... a wheel chair is justified if not required if I go outside the house ... A teaching privilege has been granted to me by the church of our Master in Covington, TN. I praise Him daily for enabling me to pursue this wonderful assignment ... My daughter and son-in-law, David and Heather Keith, are faithful children of the heavenly Father. They have moved me into their home; providing me with my own private room containing every comfort they can afford and that I have room for ... May our trust in Him sustain our faithfulness, maintain our love for Him, for our Christian family, and for our enemies and keep our hope fast until He comes or we die. The work you do helps to undergo the opposition, resist the slanderer, and draw near to God. Because of Him, Jim Mitchell, 161 Patriot Cove.
SCOTT DEPOT, WV 25560 West Virginia Christian is valuable, especially for people in W. Va. I am available for Gospel meetings. I will be in a meeting at Meadowbridge, W. Va. June 1-5. May God bless all who faithfully work in Christ's church. George Erwin, 111 heather Court.
ST. ALBANS, WV 25177 The work at Washington Street is going well. Since beginning work here last June, we have had three baptisms, eight restorations, and three to place membership. We began a new program in December of sending letters and cards to visitors, unfaithful members, and shut-in members. Over 400 have been mailed. We have a great spirit of cooperation among the members. We have a huge Bible Correspondence Course program, in which we have, at times, graded over 600 lessons each week. We encourage anyone to enroll or contact us about what is offered. This year I will hold gospel meetings in Chester, WV March 16-20, Dewey Avenue in St. Marys April 6-10, Berkeley Springs September 7-11, and a Church Growth Weekend Series with the Milford, Ohio church of Christ September 13, 14. Washington Street will be conducting a Family Vacation Bible School June 16-20 and will be hosting the 22nd Annual Greater Kanawha Valley Lectures August 5-8. Please keep all of our efforts in your prayers. Eddie Cooper, 601 Washington St. Eddiecooper1036@hotmail.com
EASTPOINT, GA 30344 Enclosed is (money orders) to help with your good works. I continue to pray for you and your family. Hopefully many will be taught the gospel and edified through WVC. Thanks again to you and all your workers ... Ray Jackson, 1068 Jefferson Ave.
PENNSBORO, WV 26415 The 2008 West Virginia Christian Youth Camp Golf Benefit will be on August 9 at the Bel-Meadow Country Club, South of Clarksburg. All money taken in above cost goes directly to WVCYC's operating fund. Contact Dennis Sellers, 531 Park Dr. 304 483-1663.
WINONA, MS 38967 A new school, World Evangelism School of Missions, to train workers for mission field assignments is scheduled to begin classes in August. Courses will be practical, application oriented, and Bible centered. Studies will be designed to equip students with skills to conduct effective evangelism efforts in today's mission fields. For more information, contact PO Box 72. firstname.lastname@example.org 662 283-1192.
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