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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Religious Focus Pa06 4A Herald-Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, July 12 1991 Chance meetingsSeeking miracles at a tent revival By THE REV. KENNY WOOD A few days before my ordination into the ministry I got a call from our family doctor asking me to come in ASAP. I had seen him briefly in the hallway at church the previous Sunday, shaking hands with him, and now I wondered what disease he had picked up. I ended up on his examining table late that same day. He said, “I hear you’re going into the ministry for good.” I said yes. fie said, “I wanted a minute to talk with you ... give you some advice from an old man in the people busi-hcss too.” I listened. * “Every person that lies down on that table or sits in this office is having a hard time with something.” I nodded. “I don’t mean just physical trouble. I mean emotional or spiritual. While they are in here I try to relieve $ome of the load, or at least not add to it. See that you do the same.” ‘ That was it. ; Everyone we meet is struggling with something. Some wake up feeling the saueeze of the day right away. :    *    ..cep    -ti;    ii. */ I re-ncmbcr the story of Elisha the y ‘I: rid the trouble he got into with Wood the Syrain Army. It seems they wanted his hide so they found out where he was staying (Dothan), and marched all night long so that when Elisha and his aid woke up the next morning they would find themselves surrounded. Elisha’s aid woke up first, rubbed his eyes, and saw the Syrain Army in every direction. He woke Elisha with the bad news. Elisha looked at the Army, and then at his helper, and said calmly, “Don’t be afraid, they that are with us are more than they who are with them.” (II Kings 6:16). I picture the helper counting Elisha and himself and then starting to count the Army. Elisha noticed the boy didn’t understand so he put his hands on his shoulder and prayed, “Oh God, open the eyes of this young man so that he may see the way things really are.” The young man opened his eyes and looked again and this time he saw “horsemen and chariots of fire” behind the Syrain Army! This weekend might find some of us surrounded by who knows what. I pray that God will open our eyes so that we may see things as they really are. God hasn’t given up on us. The Rev. Kenny Wood it pastor of Gov en ani Baptist Church, which meets in the Duck Blind Lounge at Forett Waters Country Club. BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) — “Creo. Creo en milagros.” “I believe. I believe in miracles,” said Guadalupe Vasque Rosales, a small bright woman whose face bespeaks a lifetime of experience. And, Vasque said, she has found where they happen. Underneath a large red, white and blue tent at the edge of the expressway, Vasque and hundreds of others have come for miracles. Outside the tent, cars, trucks and vans are parked haphazardly; a concession stand offers soft drinks; children play. Inside, floodlights illuminate another scene — where hundreds of faithful sit each night on folding chairs to listen to the word of the Lord, raise their voices in song and, at a final climactic point in the evening, come forward to support one another md call for healing. Revival has come to Brownsville. “We believe that the problems in Brownsville, Matamoras and all over the world are spiritual,” said Paulino Bemal, pastor of the McAllen-based Valley Worship Center and owner of Christian radio stations KJAV-FM and KUBR-AM. Bemal and an entourage have taken their message from Los Angeles to Florida and into many pans of Mexico. Now they are bringing the power of prayer to Brownsville for 30 nights, hoping to drive out the scourges of lawlessness, drunkenness and sickness, Bemal said. People come seeking answers. “They have problems in their marriages, with their children, with sickness,” Bemal said. “They’ve heard testimonies of healing. They want that.” And, he added, the answers are readily available. “It’s in the word of God,” he said. “The word of God has an answer for everything.” Vasque, who lives in Matamoras and came to the service with her grandson’s girlfriend, Ninfa Vega of Brownsville, agrees. “I have testimony of many problems that have left me,” she said in Spanish. “I feel good. The pain in my heart and arm has left. I feel healed.” But her ears are ringing from the night’s music, she added. Vega, 22, said she does not regularly attend church, but that she likes the non-denominational revival services “because they say what God says in the Bible.” “Just because you know God exists, you are going to heaven,” she said. “But you still need to hear the word of God.”    . The sermons, peppered with hallelujahs and frequent applause, focus on the love of God, the need for faith and the power of his word to overcome worldly afflictions. The faithful are intent, their arms at times raised high to the heavens, their eyes closed in prayerful concentration. The music alternates between traditional hymns, Christian rock and background polka. People are asked to give what they can to support the ministry; $1 is the suggested donation. They were strangers from different worlds.. but a friendship foiled out of danger and desperate finked mem together forever. ill . k V The Rower of One Person Caring About Another A WO# tD WW PKTUKS PRODUCTION (AUGHT terra JOHN SHIPHCRD • AME HUT KU • AUX TETTEH LARTEY m f«(K»I at GROOT • MAAMX KAPPfRS • KlM8E#lE> SIMMS • AU RUANO as Jc * Dew • KUY GRAHAM Sourt MICHAU STRONG • TEO MELEY • rf    EDDY    von    der    (NWN    •    [tor    J    MKHAEl    HOOSER ■ i*KJ*    WHI I AM F KEOWN • - ■:    JERRY    BALLEW    •    ort    Owe*)    By    JAMES    f    (QUIER First Baptist Church Sunday July 14th 6:00 p.m. Love offering HOFFMANN FLOORS rn 710 Loop 337 TMA SKC Service Center "Automotive Repairs” 211 Hwy 81 1    629107? Kdward D. Jones A Co* STAN A CUNN'NGMAM investment Representative 1000 N Walnut X    629    0055 State Farm Insurance Companies Dick Koegie. CLU 398 Landa St. 625-6081 A Tot ai Famity Health Care Medical Equipment Sales A Rental 353 Landa St. 625-7777 NEW BRAUNFELS ’ AIR CONDITIONING fir HEATING 8 Servicing window/room/package air conditioners fit heat pumps 776 E. Torrey 620-5006 On PLUMBING co inc. Parts A Santee Plumbing-Heating “THE DO IT YOURSELF SHOP” 532 S . Seguin Ave 625 8031 % Worship at the church of your choice Local 204 W San Antonio 625-3241 Canvas Shoppe >m Canvas Work 2-625-2249 1H35 4 Z; Schwab Rd rn krmclt oepptnsc !jun*1at Norrie 189 N. Seguin 625-3434 American Heart Association I hi* ip*t prutidcd Ak* putti* tartar 'jFfattrui bu Mutton 146 North Colt'll tis 'ill GARIANO TRANSMISSIONS B39-027B    in    35 Se*rh    c ll %>mtr COLDEN EAGLE HUNTING Campton Lisa af PruUtsg (512) 629-4352 »i34 III 35 Watt • Nam MrmmafrU, TX 7MI30 WaHEB FOODS • DRUGS 643 W. Im luteal* 625-7787 'RosidenuaiaCommeraai»N*w Construction J -electric Sewer Clearnng-Waier Heater* Coppet Water Lines ‘Visit our Display ut Fatales et»rt Supplies IMI kl Since 1651    626    54/° Harald-Ztitung Your Hometown Newspaper 707 Lands 625-9144 f if *• Hi .5 , Huwmjunction 160S Hunter Rd 626 4900 Berean Bible Church, Laurel Plaza Community Room, 300 Laurel Lane Sunday services are 9 30 a rn Saturday night Bible Study at 411 Windsor in Northwoods at 7 30 p.m. Bible Baptist Church, 1235 Ervenberg Ave Sunday school 10 a rn ; worship 11 a m. and 7 pm. Wednesday service 7 30 pm. Calvary Baptist Church, 2386 W San Antonio St Sunday School 10 a rn , worship 11 a rn and 6 pm , Wednesday service 7 pm. Christ Presbyterian Church (Presbyterian Church In America), 983 Loop 337 at Common Street Sunday School 9 45 a rn.. Worship 11 a rn Christ tbs King Confsssional Luthsran Church (Missouri Synod), 142 Comal Ava Sunday School ai 9 a rn . Worship at 10:30 a rn Church ol Christ, 1665 Highway 81 W Bible classes for ail, 9am. worship IO a rn ; evening worship and children's Bible hour 6 pm. Wed nesday classes 7pm Nursery available Church of Christ (Northside), 1130 FM 306 Sunday B bis classes 9 30 a rn .; worship 10 30 a rn and 6 p m, Wednesday Bible classes 7 pm Church of Christ, 174 West End St Bible study at 9 25 a rn and 5pm Sunday and 7pm Wed nesday Worship is at 13 30 a rn and 6 p rn Sub day Call 625-1094 or 648 1734 tor information Church of Christ, 358 Landa Street Suite J Bible class 9 am. Wo’ship IO a rn and 6pm Sunday. Bible class 7 pm Wednesday Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1390 Han; Road Sunday School and Primary 10 a rn., Prwsthood Relief Society 10 55 a rn , Sacrament Meeting 11 50 am Cross Luthsran Church (Missouri Synod), South Hickory and Cross Streets Sunday school 9 15 am; worship 8 and 10 30 a rn Eastside Baptist Church, 963 Hoity St Sunday school 9 45 a rn and worship Ham and 6 pm. Wednesday prayer meeting 6pm Faith United Church of Christ, 970 Loop 337 Church school 9 15, worship 10 30 am Fellowship Bible Church, Soims and Morningside Sunday school 9 45 a rn . worship 11 a rn and 6 pm First Assembly of God, 168/ U S 81 West. Sunday School 9 45 am. worship IO 30 a rn and 6 pm. Wednesday service 7 pm First Baptist Church, 733 Cross St Sunday school 9 30a rn .worship 10 45 a rn and7pm; Wednesday dinner 5 30 p m Bible study and prayer service 6 15. Firs! Church of Christ Scientist, 137 E Mil St Sunday service 10 30 am, Sunday school 10 30 a rn . Wednesday service 7 30 p rn Child care available First Church et th# Max* re ne 1465 Interstate 35East Sunday school 9 45a rn .woishipiO 50 a rn end 6pm First Me a Ic sn Baptist, 2080 W San Antonio St. Sunday school 9 45 a rn . worship IO 50 and 6 pm. Wednesday prayer service 7 pm First Presbyter ten Church 272 S Krueger, Sunday school B 45 a rn . fellow vt up IO 30 am; worship it am and 7 pm First Protestant United Church of Christ, Seguin and Coll Streets. Worship 8 and 10:30 a rn ; church school 9 a rn. First Spanish Assembly of God Church, 1944 U S 81 at Reach Street. Sunday School 9 45 a rn . Worship services 10 45 a rn and 6 30 p rn W&dnbsday 6 30 p rn. First UnHsd Methodist Church, 572 W San Antonio Worship 8 30 a rn.; Sunday school 9 30 a m.; worship 10 50 a m.; youth activities 5-7 p.m. Freedom Fellowship Church and School, 330 Hackberry. Sunday services 10 am. to noon, nursery and children's church Wednesday fami ly meetings in homes Call 625-1288. Gathering of the Remnant Church, 419 Enchantment Sunday worship at 10 a rn and 7 p m.; Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p rn. Harmony Baptist Church, 1472 Teias 46 S Sunday school 9 45 a rn.; Sunday worship ll am and 7p rn ; Church training 6 p rn ; Wed ne* day prayer meeting 7 pm. Holy Family Catholic Church, 245 S Hidalgo Saturday Mass 5 pm. Sunday Mass 8 am (Spanish) 10 a m Hosanna Baptist Church; 525 Mather (bilingual) Sunday School 9am, Sunday worship 10 a rn and 6 p rn.; Wednesday Prayer Service 7 pm Iglesia Bethel Pentecoste, 385 Grape St Saturday. Sunday and Wednesday 7 pm, Sunday school 10 a rn.; Monday prayer meeting 7:30 p rn. Iglesia de Critto, 117 E 2ipp Bible class 8 a rn ; Service 9 a rn Sunday. Bible class 7 30 p rn Wednesday Lakeside Baptist Church, TM 725 Sunday school 9 45 am. worship 11am and 7 p rn.; Wednesday Bible study and prayer meeting 7 pm. Live Oak Baptist. 335 Washington Sunday school 9 45 a rn ; worship 11am. Baptist Training Union (2nd and 4th Sunday) 4pm. Brother hood and Missionary Society Wednesday 5 30 p rn . prayer service and Bible Study Wednesday 6 30 pm.; choir rehearsal Wednesday 8pm Living Word Church, 1254 US 81 E Sunday worship IO a rn and 7 p rn , Wednesday service 7 pm Mission Ponlocosto Church, 129 School St Services Tuesday Thursday, Saturday and Sun day 7.30 p m t Mission Vslioy Bibl# Church, 995 Mission Hills Drivo (NBC A) Christian Education 9 15-10:15 am Worship service 10 30 11 45 am 629 8101. New Braunfels Christian Church, Loop 337 Sunday school 9 30 am, worship 10:30 a rn and 6 pm.; junior church 10 30 a rn. New Braunfels for Christ moots each Tuesday and Sunday ai 6 30 p rn at 330 Hackberry Pas tor is Gilbert Tor rot and assistant pastor is Ernest Moreno Torres invites persons who are hooked on drugs or alcohol, sick. tired of being abused or neglected, depressed or unemployed lr "isit the services New Braunfels Foursquare Gospof Church, one fourth mile from Interstate 35 on FM 306. Sunday school 10 a rn ; worship 11 am; Wed neadey worship 7 p m New Braunfels Ssvsnth Day Advsntist Church, 2990 W. San Antonio St Sabbath School at 10:40 a rn Saturday Worship at 9 30 a rn Saturday Haw Lits Assembly, full gospel, Oasis Street near K-Bob's Sunday School at 10a rn .worship 11 am. and 6 pm. Sunday and 7 pm. Wednesday Oakwood Baptist Church, 2154 Loop 337 North Bible study 9 30 a rn.; worship 10:45 a m. and 7 p m.; Wednesday prayer service 7 p.m. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 138 W Austin Masses 5 30 p m Saturday and 8 and 11 a rn and 6 p m. Sunday. Peace Lutheran Church, ELCA, Memorial Primary on County Line Road Sunday services at 9 30 a rn 620 0618 Reorganised Church of Jesus Cnrist of Latter-Day Saints, 1138 Dunlap Drive Church school 9 45 am.; worship 11am Second Baptist Church, 243 Mernweathor Sunday school 9 45 a rn , worship 11am and 7 p rn ; church training 6 p m , Wednesday service 7 30 pm St John s Episcopal Church, 312 S Goon thor Holy E achar st 8 a rn ; Christian education 9 30 am, Holly Eucharist 10 30 am St Josephs Church (American Episcopal Church), 446 N Seguin Worship service 1928 prayer book Holy Eucharist first and third Sun days at 11 am; Sunday School 11 a rn ; Thurs day Bible study 7 pm St Paul Lutharan Church (ELCA), Cross and Santa Clara Streets Worship service 8 a rn (broadcast on KNBT Radio FM 92). 10 30 a rn and 6 p rn Sundays Sunday school 9:15 a rn Sis Paler and Paul Catholic Church, 386 N Casten Saturday Mass 7 p rn , Sunday Masses 8 30, 9 45 and 11:15 am No evening mass through Friday. Tres of Life Fellowship, 652 N Loop 337. Sun day services (including Children's Church) st 8:30 tm. and 10:30 am Sunday evening sot vtoe (and Children s Church) ai 7 pm Ladies Bible Study at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Pastor's bibl# study and Youth Mooting at 7 pm Wednesday. United Pentecost Church (U P C.) 104 Melody Lane. Sunday celebration of praise 2pm, Bible Study and Children's Church 7:30 pm Braunfels Presbyterian Church, 373 Howard Church school 9 30 am. worship 8 30 A 11 a m Nursery provided Area Bracken United Methodist Church, FM 2252 Sunday school 9 30 a rn . church service IO 45 a rn Bulverde Baptist Church, PO Bo* 43 Sunday school 9 30 a rn worship 10 45 a rn and 7 p rn.; Christian training 6 p m . Wednesday service 7 pm Bulverde United Methodist Church, U S 281 North and Cibolo Croak Sunday school 9 30 am; church service 10 45 am Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church, Shepherd HSI, 4314 FM 2673 (Halfway between Saltier and Stottville) Sunday School 9 30 a rn Worship 11 a m 964 2427. Canyon Latta Untied Methodist Church, Flmtstone Drive. Canyon Lake Mobile Home Estates Early worship service 6 30 a rn , Sun day school 9 45 am ; worship ii am Chapel In the Cove (interdenominational). Cypress Cove Addition Sunday School 9 a rn.. Worship 9 a m 66&4063 Church el Christ, FM 3159 and 2673 Bible class 10 a m.; Sunday worship 11 a m and 6 pm, Wednesday service 7 pm. Church In the Valley (interdenominational) FM 306 and River Road (at Canyon City). Sunday school 9:15 a.m.; worship 8 and 10:30 a.m.; Wednesday Bible study 7 p m. Church In the Wildwood (Assembly of God), FM 2673 The Oaks Sunday school 10 a m ; worship 10 50 am and 6:30 pm. Covenant Baptist Church, Duck Bi nd Lounge at Forest Waters Country Club in Garden Ridge Sunday School 9 45 a rn. Coffee 10:30 am; Worship 11 am Sunday. Cranes Mill Baptist Church, FM 2673 at Start-zville Sunday Bible study 9 30 a rn.; worship 10 45 am and 6 30 pm; Wednesday Bible study and prayer 7 30 p m Nursery provided Frieden'a United Church of Christ Geronimo. Church school 9 am; worship service 10 15 a rn. First Baptist Church of Canyon Lake, in Horseshoe Fails Estates Sunday school 9 30 a rn . worship 10 40 a rn and 6pm Nursery provided. Fischer Baptist Mission meets at the Fischer Store School Community Center for Sunday School at 9 45 a rn. and for Sunday worship at 10 45 a rn and 7pm Call 935 2832 for mformaiion Gethsemane Baptist Church, StarttviUo Com munity Center. Sunday school IO a rn.; worship 11 a rn and 7 p rn ; Wednesday worship 7 pm Rock Hill Gospel Faith Cantar, 502 Intersstate 35 south of New Braunfels, behind the rest area Sunday school 9 30 am. worship 10:15 and 6 30 pm . Tuesday night 7 30 pm . Saturday night regular service 7 30 p rn. Southlake Baptist Church (SBC), 77 FM 3159 across from the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Co op Sunday B ote study for all ages 9 30 am; worship 11 am. discipleship training 6 pm; Wednesday prayer, prase and worship 7 30 p rn Nursery provided St. Andrew Lutheran Church (ELCA), FM 2673 east of Starkville Worship 10:15 am.; communion first Sunday Sunday School, 9 a m St Francis By-The-Lak# Episcopal Church, 14 miles west of Interstate 35 on FM 306, P O Bo* 2031, Canyon lake Holy Eucharist and Sunday School 10 am St. John's Mission Church, Our Lady of Perpe taal Help mission) Hunter Sunday Mass 9 JO a rn St. Paul Lutheran Church of Bulverde. FM 1863 at U S 281 Sunday school 9 15 a rn.; worship Sam and 10 30 am. St. Paul United Church of Christ, South Mam and FM 78. Cibolo Church school and worship al IO i m St Thomas Catholic Church (just below Canyon Dam) Saturday Mass at 6 p m ; Sunday at 9 30 am and 11 30 am. Triumphant Lutheran Church, Bal Cave Road ai SchoenthaJ Road (Garden Ridge) Sunday School tor aM ages. 8 45 a rn.; Worship IO a m 651 9090 Unity Center et Practical Christianity in San Marcos, 222 San Antonio St Sunday worship Ham. Wednesday study group. 7 lo 8 30 p m 392 5199 Unity Church of San Antonio, 1723 Lawndale off Broadway Sunday service 11 a m . Sunday youth education 11 am , Wednesday class pm; Dial a Player 824 5222 THE PORTER COMPANY 1620 S. Seguin 625-0577 *We Guarantee our Work A Parts* 1474 S. Seguin Ave. C20-7000 625 1929 Custom Framing • Local Artwork 618 S. SeguinWAL-MART 629-9121 IH 3S& Walnut rn WALNUT PHARMACY SAI N Iii Ai MOT HIW BRAUNFELS TENAS THIO Piton* *25 *152    Owner. Jim C MiUrr '~7geller~ FUNERAL HOME 615 LANDA 625 2349 625 8011 IFarm Bureau Insurance Will Laubach Complete Insurance Service Life • Auto • Home 1105 Eikel 625-6924 OPEN AT 11:00 AM Crucne Historic District 625-0684 625-8017    1051    I-35    FLonghorn Grill 1030 Hwy ll Eli! 620-1344 Worship at the church of your choice. See our church listing above for locations and service times. ;

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