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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas 1987 Bracken UMC hosting rummage sale TJe Bracken United Methodist tjnurcn women are having a rum map sate Saturday from 8 until at the church fellowship The hall Is located on FM which Is off Interstate south of New Part of the proceeds will go toward purchasing new playground equipment Catholic Daughters to meet 20 The Catholic Daughters of the Americas will meet at 1 20 in the home of Sandy 1313 Rapids Fall religious classes begin at Peter and Paul The fall Religious Education classes have begun at Peter and Paul Approximately 600 youth are anticipated in the 3year old through high school A number of adult courses also are get ting under Thursday morning Bible study will be held from 9 to In the parish Babysitting may be arranged If there Is enough A rowweek Old TetUment Faith of Our will be of fered on Wednesday evenings from 7 to The RCIA program Is getting under way on Sunday morn ings for those Interested In teaming aohut the Catholic faith and consider ing becoming Sister Maria Graate will be a guest speaker on 7 she will talk on the Apparattonsof May In All are Invited to the potluck supper and presentation beginning at In Marys For more information on any of these call Bill Smith at Josephs Church to show films On each Saturday In October Saint Josephs 446 Seguin will be showing films on the life of Jesus some of the films will be cartoons for All adults and children are Children may be dropped off at 10 and picked up at Refreshments will be Halloween party Saint Josephs 446 Seguin will have an oldfashioned Area Episcopal Diocese sponsoring Guest Sundays Most of the 94 churches in the 60 county Episcopal Diocese of West Texas have signs that read The Episcopal Church Welcomes and these will take on special significance during The Rev John M Mac Naughton of San bishop of the has announced that Oc tober will be Guest Sundays Month in the beginning Oct and con tinuing through Members of all congregations are being urged to invite friends and particularly the unchur to attend servtces with them to acquaint them with the Episcopal Church they to make them members In a message to the clergy of the Bishop MacNaughton Methodist We are not here just to pastor those already in the flock but to reach out aggressively to those outside to bring them This diocesanwide venture in evangelism is one way to focus the at tention of your congregation on that Noting that it is not unusual to ex pect visitors and prepare for them at Easter and Bishop Mac Naughton 1 anticipate that special feeling right across the diocese this October Guest Sundays initiated by the diocese in the fall of is under the direction of the diocesan Media Evangelism chaired by Charlotte Cummlngs of St Marks San Antonio thur W C will be the honorary head usher on Sunday He was recognized last month for 30 wars of continuous service to the church as head usher In a resolution to him wtre these words Whereas Arthur W C Barth has faithfully and ably served as head usher during the past 30 and whereas he has given unselfishly of his time and energies for the benefit of the church in pro viding the weekly ushering respon sibilities at the Sunday now therefore be it resolved that Arthur Barth receive proper recognition for his services accompanied with sincere thanks and appreciation from the Author says New Age attitude threatens traditional Christianity AUSTIN APi Austin author says an increase in non traditional religions and par ticularly the New Age threatens Christianity Texe Marrs is author of the recent ly released Dark of the a former assistant pro fessor at the University of Texas and a has written books on non religious topics such as robotics and computers He is now an evangelist and president of Living Truth Ministries in Austin Marrs said the New Age move which he investigated for two years before writing his is one o the fastest grow ing religions in the country and is dangerous because it is at odds with the Bible and established religions The recent Harmonic Convergence and worldwide peace vigils seeking to establish a mindlink of simultaneous meditation around the world are examples of the New Age he said New Agers dont believe in a per sonal god They believe in a god that is an impersonal like in the Star Wars he said They are all of one But the consis tent threat is that they reject the Bi ble and Jesus Christ as the he Marrs said his ministerial goal is to bring these people back into the mainstream My ministry is not involved with fighting the New Age movement at all My ministryis telling Age people that God loves he said But Marrs admits it will not be easy to bring people back into tradi tional churches because most of the people who embrace the New Age philosophies have rejected other religions The churches were simply not there or these he are basically two types of churches conservative churches that offer little in the way of social responsibility and liberal churches that advocate marching for world peace and helping sanctuary movements but without a gospel Halloween party or the children of New All youngsters under the age of 14 are Invited to the and organizers hope Hallo ween party from to 9 There will be games and treats for the children who should wear their Halloween Saint Josephs members planning activities On William David and Woody McAllister attended the Diocese of the Southwest Synod in Little On the public is invited to a potluck lunch honoring members with birthdays In The lunch will be held after the 10 worship Bible classes will be held every Wednesday at 7 Classes will be led by Woody Everyone is welcome and If rides are call Woody at the 6256820 or First United Methodist hosting study of Book of Job Harold Zirkel will lead an eightweek study of the Book of Job at First United Methodist 572 San The classes will be on Sunday evenings at 6 Mon day mornings at and Tues day evenings at A student may attend the session most conve The first sessions were There will be child care for each ses Charge for the course is The Book of Job deals with human suffering and our questions about Why do the innocent suffer How can a good God allow such suffering Is there hope Any interested person is Invited to The classes will be held in the assembly room in the office Spiritual warfare prayer seminar Mickey an evangelist of 28 years from will con duct a Spiritual Warfare Prayer Seminar at the Calvary Baptist 588 81 The seminar will be Sunday at 11 and 6 and each evening at 7 12 through Bonner is a Southern Baptist Evangelist who has spoken all over the United States and in many foreign countries to people of all In 1986 and again in tens of thousands were saved at rallies and services conducted in the For additional call the church office at 6290049 or Restaurant Thursday Night Ribeye Steak Dinner Night r i Baked Potato Prime Rib Dinner for 8 Prime Rib Salad Bar Texas Toast New Braunfels 6258017 Eye Openers By Or Henry Hull THE FINE PRINT Reading fine print is difficult for most people over Its a normal condition known as presbyopia the hardening of the lens in the eye that occurs as we grow This prevents the lens from changing shape so that light can be focussed as it passes through the Different types of lenses can correct this condition Full lenses These can be used when you want to see the fine print and removed for seeing distant Halfglasses Halves of lenses allow the wearer to look over the lenses and see distances clearly without taking her glasses Bifocals These lenses use a segment for reading and another for distance The segments may or may not be separated by a fine For special the segments may be placed in special With your your optometrist will recommend the type that is best for and it will be easy to see the fine print Brought to you as a community service by Nenry Hvll Illllll HAUS Adas Ceramics iTOZWaidKd StatootfMaoo Green ware Firing Bisque Paints Stains thru Sat 9 5 RESTAURANT TASTE THE HOMEMADE DIFFERENCE Most Popular LUNCH SPECIALS SERVED IN CAFETERIA STYLE FASTHOME COOKED II Muaday tkm Friday ill Hiway II I Mock SeyUiMI Francis planning fall festival fun time Francis by the Lake Episcopal Church will have its se cond annual Fall Festival Satur day from 11 to 5 on the church grounds at the corner of FM 306 and Spring Mountain Admission is The festival is sponsored by Francis Outreach half of the net proceeds will be con tributed to local community non profit with the balance going into the church building A complete barbecue plate will be served starting at 11 Cof fee and dessert will be Soda and beer will be on An auction will be held at inter vals during the Items to be auctioned will include items donated by local merchants and members of the especially baked by the ladies for the will also be auctioned off during the For those who want to win a bird for the Thanksgiving meal can take their chance at hitting the bulls eye at the Turkey Guns and ammo will be The women of the church will have several tables of handmade craft Christmas cake and a white Games have been especially planned for the children with prizes to the In addition to all there will be hourly drawings during the day when special prizes will be Music will be supplied hourly by Francis own musical POLYNESIAN SPA is Celebrating Our 6th Year in New Braunfels With A 3 DAYS ONLY Under the Tent on Seguin Across from Ott Plumbing SAVE on every Polynesian Spa FREE Vacation For 5 days4 nights Hard Cover Kit Financing Available We Service What We BRING YOUR POOL TO BIO GUARD SUNSIDE POOL SPA New Braunfels 6254643 NEWSPAPERS No Comparison In Around Use For Service Newspapers are increasing their overwhelming leadership in media because they have the best formula for Failure to recognize the effectiveness of newspaper advertising has destroyed many a THE FACTS 1 8 out of 10 adults read a newspaper on an average weekday 2 Newspaper readership increases with income 3 Newspapers are read page bypage 4 Newspaper ads are rated by the public as the most helpful and most trustworthy 5 People look forward to newspaper ads more than they do all others combined 6 Newspapers outperform broadcast media 2to 1 in influencing sales 7 Most leading retailers carry their main messages in the newspaper 8 Newspapers are alone in delivering massive coverage and having something important to say to and about all income all education all occupational groups and all age and each of these facts has been documented over andover by an endless variety of SOURCE Bureau of Advertising Prepared by Texas Advertising Bureau TNAB An Win With The Leader Newspaper Advertising OCRViCLARK makes pictures worth a thousand words in
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