New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 12, 1983, Page 5

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August 12, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Religious focus Hvrald-Zfitunf Friday August 12, 1983    SA Ministerial alliance Inner peace comes by ref lecting on gifts By REV CHARLES DeHAVEN St. Paul Lutheran Church Folks always seem to be in such a hurry to get where they are going so that when they arrive they tend to lose sight of where they are. For example, how often do we find ourselves rushing to a crowded parking lot, hurriedly going into the store only to return and wonder out loud, “Now where did I park my car?," "No, it’s not here!," “Maybe it’s stolen!" or “Help!" In returning home after a long day I so often find myself hastily seeking relaxation to the extent that on the following morning I ask. “Now where did I lay my keys?," “Where are my shoes*>" It was Peter who when dealing with the impatience of people wrote, “a thousand years are in the sight of the Ixird as one day." I have a hunch we’ve kind of turned that around to read "In my life if I am going to be successful or excited abut life there must be a thousand years in my day — I’ve got to fill each day with one event after another." And thus, as we attempt in our hustle and bustle of life we find such excitement by jamming years into days we miss the opportunity to live and celebrate one moment at a time. As a result of such a life-style it could be that while we're traveling with such anticipation, such anxiety that we reach a point in the journey we don’t recognize where we are — similar to being lost in the parking lot and separated from the car. Such a vision of life - out there somewhere — keeps us zooming forward seeking one experience after another — shopping for something we may already have and have missed simply because we haven’t celebrated our arrival or become aware of where we are. As a child of God I would be better equipped if I would only pause and note my surroundings. The problem arises in that such a moment requires time — the very thing that each of us confesses that we don’t have enough. What we don't realize is that in effect we are saying, "I don’t choose to make time." We have such a struggle in realizing that we make or create them. It is not something we find. We may find a twenty-dollar bill or we may find a lost article, but we don’t find time. We are merely managers of our own time. Thus, we must conclude that we are responsible for our use of time. Time for relationships. Time for relaxation. Time for reflection. Yes, time for prayer and worship. And certainly even time to note where we have parked our cars or placed our keys. Perhaps it is that if you add your name to the list of these who are continually asking "Now where did I ..." you too could receive the gift of inner peace by just pausing more often and reflecting upon the gift of time that God has given you. I^et us together let God have a thousand years in each day if he so chooses, but let us as mere mortals celebrate one day at a time the daily “arrivals” of our lives.Tree of Life plans service Jerry and Kathy Baker will be leading a senile of singing Sunday beginning at 7 p rn. at Tree of Fife Fellow ship. 125 Highway 81 West Jerr> Baker was raised on the mission field in I .atm Ameni a and understands the nussion work ami understands the meaning of a “socalled faith walk." says the pastor of Tree of Fife He also lias experience in knowing what it is like to be totally dependent on (iud. Kathy Baker comes from New Orleans. Iji She says she was accustomed to the security and protection of wealthy and loving parents “But through tragic circumstances, the manmade covering was ripped away and through adversity learned that her covering was from God," says the pastor. Church of the Nazarene is located on Interstate 35 Ste# photo bt CmOt ti* hproio' A way out KATHY BAKER Jewish women searching for answers for divorce By SCOTT KRAFT Associated Press BROOKLYN, NY. — When Heidi Stems husband skipped to Mexico City. he left her with two children — and a marriage she couldn't escape Now. four years later, despite her civil divorce decree, she's still married in the eyes of her family, her friends, her community and her synagogue Until her husband grants her a religious divorce, called a get." she cannot date other men, she cannot remarry, and if she has any more children, they will be labeled illegitimate. Heidi Stem is an agunah — a chained woman Mrs. Stern is one of several thousand Jewish women in America, from California to New York, from the most observant to the least, whose husbands have refused to dissolve their marriages. A sample of America’s agunahs: —Susan Avitzur, wife of a Watervliet. N Y., federal employee who holds a doctorate. Boaz Avitzur won a civil divorce from her in 1978. but “he doesn’t want her to be free to remarry and have his son call another man, 'Daddy,'" says Avitzur’sattorney, l>ouis-Jack Pozner —Selma Margulies, of New York, wife of a communications sciences professor at Hunter College. Myron Margulies was sentenced to 15 days in jail a decade ago rather than give his wife a religious divorce — and he had already remarried and started another family To this day. he refuses to give her her freedom Some agunahs have given up custody of their children in exchange for a Jewish divorce. Others have waived alimony A few have paid six-figure sums, in cash, for their freedom The rest refuse such deals Agunahs they remain. "All I can tell you is this It is a living hell.” says Madeline Smilow. 28 “I want my freedom back I want my life back '* Many of the problem cases involve Jews who don’t consider themselves Orthodox or Conservative but want a get rn the event they choose to remarry rn a religious ceremony. Many of those cases end up at the Orthodox Rabbinical Council of America, in New York. where the beth din handles 500 divorces a year The council has several hundred ‘ unfinished cases." where a husband refuses to give the get Those who balk are simply using the get as a vehicle to get back at their spouses That s all it is and it’s very childish.’ says Rabbi Joseph Safsel. administrator of the council s beth din. Among observant Jews for whom get is an article of faith, lures “just break my heart they ’re so sad." says group founder Gloria Greenman “Some of these women never remarry and others leave the practice of orthodoxy for the reformed wing,” says Sarah S Bum rn. a GET vice president doing doc toral work on the role (rf the Orthodox woman. “But many, many just remain in this state of limbo ’’ In Israel, where Jewish law is the law of the land, courts can order a man to appear before the Jew ish court But Jew ish courts have no civil powers in the United States Secular courts here have issued such orders after determining that a Jewish marriage contract was a valid civil contract or after a husband agreed in a civil divorce settlement to grant his w ife a get I Worship at the church of your choiceJLma a /S.kxcm ys yLocal dc ac ac    ac    jcxa. Fir*! Baptist Church 733 Cross St Sunday school 9 30 am mommy worship IO 45 a rn evening worship 7 pm Wednesday prayer service 7 15 p rn Fust Protestant United Church of Christ. Seguin and Coll Streets Worst up 8 and IO 30 am, church school 9 j rn New Braunfels Presbyterian Church 373 Howard Church school 9 30 a rn worship 9 30 and 11 a rn nursery provided for all services First United Methodist Church 57? W San Antonio St Church st boul 9 30 a rn int mn ny worship IO 50 a rn youth activities 5 30 p rn New Braunfels Seventh Day Ad ventist Church 2990 W San An ton ie Sabbath school 9 15 a rn Saturday, worship 11 a rn Saturday St John a Episcopal Church 312 S Guenther Eucharet 8 am; muse tai celebration of Eucharist Rite ll 9 a rn Eucharist and family service 11 a m Eucharist and healing service Wed nesday 9 arn St Paul Lutheran Church. Cross and Santa Clara Streets Worship service 8 a m (broadcast on KNBT Radio fM 921 and 10 30 am; Sunday school 9 15 a rn Trinity Baptist Church 1235 E« vendberg Ave Sunday school IO a rn worship IO 45 a rn and 6pm Primera Iglesia Bautist (First Mexican Baptist). 2080 W San Antonio Si Sunday school 9 45 a rn morning worship IO 50 a rn evening woiship 6pm Wednesday prayer service 7pm Mission Pentecoste Church 129 School St Services Tuesday Thut sday. Saturday and Sunday 7 30 p rn First Assembly of God 1687 Highway 81 W Sunday school 9 45 am morning worship 10 45 am evening worship 7pm Wednesday service 7pm Iglesia Bethel (Pentecostal Church) 2990 W San Antonio Wednesday 7 30 p m Satunlay 7 30 p rn Sunday school IO a rn Bible school Sunday 6 30 p m Worship service Sonday 7 .30 p rn Harmony Baptist Chuich 1472 Highway 46 S Sunday school 9 45 a rn worship 11 a rn and 7pm Bible study 6 pm Wednesday player meeting 7 30 p rn Croee Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) South Hickory end Cross Streets Sundev school adult BAIS 9 em rvorthip 10 16 a rn holy communion hr*r th*a end Win Sundays Living Word Church. 1254 Highway 81 East Sunday worship IO a rn and 7 p m Wednesday service 7pm Bible Believers Fellowship Laurel Plaza Apt 300 Laurel Lane Sunday school 9 50 a m worship 11am and 6pm Eastside Baptist Church.963 Holly St Sunday school 9 45 a m worship 11 a rn and 7pm Wednesday prayer meeting 7pm Hie Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 238b W San Antonio St Priesthood meeting 9am retie* society 9 a rn young women 9 a rn primary 9am, Sunday school IO am sacrament IO 50 a rn First Church of the Nazarene ’4t>b I 35 E Sunday school 9 45 am worship 10 50 a m and 6pm Northside Church of Christ 511 E North St Sunday Bible classes 9 30 a m worship IO 30 a rn and 6pm, Wednesday Bible classes 7 30 p rn Green Valley Apostolic Tabernacle IU P Cl 104 Melody Lane Sunday school IO a rn evangelistic service 7 pm Bible study 7 30 p rn Thursday first Church of Christ Scientist 137 E Mill St Sunday service IO 30 a rn Sunday school IO 30 a m Wednesday service 7 30 p rn Child care available Assembled De Dios (Spanish Assembly of God! 25b /v Com mere* St Sunday school 5 30 p rn evangelistic service 6 30 pm Saturday 6 30 p m St Joseph s Anglican Church 18b C J abr St Worship services 9 a rn 1928 Prayer Book New Braunfels Christian Church Loop 337 Sunday school 9 30 a rn worship IO 30 a m and 6pm june* church IO 30 a rn New Braunfels Foursquare Church 1492 Highway 81 W Sunday worship IO a m evening worship 7 pm midweek service 7pm Thursday Fest Presbyterian Church 272 S Krueger Sunday school 9 45 a rn fellowship 10 30 a m worship 11 a rn and 7pm Church of Christ 166b Highway 81 W Bible classes tor a* 9 a rn worship IO a rn evening worship and ch lid* en s Bible hour 6pm Wed nesday classes 7 pm Nursery available Eiempio Vivo Baptist Church, Garner Hall Santa CU'd and Guenther Streets Sunday school 9 30 am; worship 10 45 a m church ti ami rig £ pm prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p rn at 498 Liberty Second Baptist Church Sunday school 9 45 a m worship Ham and 7pm Faith United Church of Christ 970 Loop 337 Church school 9 15 am worship IO 30 a m Freedom Fellowship Church 330 Hackberry Playa# 9 30 im worship 10a m Live Oak Baptist Church 335 Washington Sunday school 9 45 a rn worship serve# Ham Calvary Baptist Church    540 Howard Sunday Bible study IO an worship 11 am and 6 pm Wed nesday 7 p rn at 440 N Seguin Ave St* Peter ane Paul Caffeol*. Church Alt h Casten Saturday obligation met tor Sunday 7 pm Sunday r» assay ti IO H IS • rn Sc evanmg mat Monday through Friday New Life Assembly of God Church, 552 Highway 81 W Sunday school IO am, morning worship ll am evangelist* serves* 7pm    Wed nesday worship 7 30 p rn Tree of Life Fellowship I ?b Highway 81 W Sunday services 9 45 a rn aftd 7pm Wednesday serves 7 p rn Oakwood Baptist Church Lamar School Bible study 9 30 a m morning worship IO 45 a m evenmg worship 7 p rn Wednesday player servee 7pmArea Chapel in the Cove (in terdenominahonaU. Cypress Cove club (youse Worship 9 a rn Triumphant Lutheran Church. Bat Cave Road at Sc bosn thai Road Worship 9am, Sunday school 10 am for all ages Bulverde United Methodist Church. Highway 281 North and Cibolo Creek Sunday achoo) 9 30 am, church servee 10 45 a rn St Thomas Chapel (Roman Catholic I. Canyon Dem hillside Sunday mess 9 30 end 11 15 a rn pre Sunday mass Saturday 5 and 7pm Canyon Laka United Methodist Church. Fhntstone Drive Canyon Lake Mobile Home Estates Sunday school 9 15 a m morning worship IO 30 a m Bracken United Methodist Church, FM 2252 Sunday school 9 30 a rn church serve# 10 45 a rn Friedens United Church of Christ, Geronimo Church school 9 a rn ; worship servee IO 15 a rn St Andrew Lutheran Church (ALC). FM 2673 east of Starkville Sunday school 9 am wen ship 10 15 am communion fest Sunday St Francis By The Lake 14 mites west of I 35 on FM 306 Servees 10 a m Sunday noon Wednesday Rev Katherine G Riggs veer Church in the    Valley (in tar denominational). Deep Acres Canyon City Church school 9 / m morning worship 10 15 am, evening worship 6pm Bulverde Baptist Church P 0 Bon 43 Sunday school 9 30 a rn worship 10 45 am Christian naming 6 pm evening worship 7pm Wednesday servee 7pm Church of Christ. FM 3159 and FM 2673 Bible class IO am; Sunday worship ll a m and 6pm Wed nesday serves 7pm Church in the Wildwood (Assembly of God) FM 2673. The Oakk Sunday school IO a m ; worship IO 50 a m and 6 30 p m St Paul United Church of Christ, S Main and FM 76, Cibolo Church school 9 a rn worship 10 15 a rn St Paul Lutheran Church Highway 1863 at Highway 281 Sunday school 9 a rn worship IO 15 a rn First Baptist Church Horseshoe Fells Estate Sunday school 9 30 am worship IO 40 a m evening servee 6 pm Nursery provided Rock Hill Gospel Church Faith Center 502 I 36 South of New Br sun I els    behind the rest area Sunday school IO a rn . worship 8 and ll a m and 7 30 pm , Tuesday Bible college 7 30 pm Thursdey ladies meeting 9 30 a rn and young ni»rMeters 7 30pm aOUgJLUUUl ;

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