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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 12, 1974, High Point, North Carolina A a High Point Enterprise saturday october 12, 1974 Church Calendar Oak Hill Oak Hill friends meeting will observe its 66th anniversary in services sunday. The meeting will also begin a series of studies on a the equipping ministry for this will be led by the Rev. William d. Teate or. Of Wilmington del., regional supervisor for the East coast of the world Home Bible league. Trinity Trinity the annual meeting of the Trinity memorial Assn. Will be held sunday at la . In Trinity memorial United methodist Church. The guest speaker will be or. Earl Crow or. Of High Point College. Dinner will be served in the Church hut following the morning service. Revival Trinity the fall revival of Hopewell United methodist Church will be held in the Church sunday through thursday with night services starting at 7 30 the Rev. Bob Kerr pastor of Palmyra Hickory Ridge United methodist Church of Winston Salem is to be the evangelist. Missionaries elders Don Reeve and Jeff Pulver of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints Are currently engaged in their assignment As High Point area missionaries with their Church. Elder Pulver is a resident of Murray Utah and Reeve is from Sandy Utah. Their local Headquarters is the mormon Church at the Corner of Chestnut drive and Meadow place. Anniversary the senior usher Board of Friendship Baptist Church will observe its 40th anniversary in services sunday in the Church. Providence Homecoming and rally Day services will be held sunday in Providence Wesleyan Church with laymen having charge of the worship. The Homecoming dinner in the Fellowship Hall will follow the morning service. Three groups will participate in a 1 30 . Song service the sounds of Joy the Gosp Lettes and the new Joy. Nazarene the Rev. Clon c. Brown first pastor of first Church of the Nazarene on e. Green drive will be the evangelist for the founders revival oct. 13-20. Services will begin each week night at 7 30. Sunday services will begin at 10 45 . And 7 . New Hope the Rev. Burt Rucker of Winston Salem will be guest minister sunday in 3 . Services in new Hope Baptist Church on Meredith Street. The new Hope senior Ushers will have charge of the service. Youth choir Trinity the Reavis memorial Baptist Church youth choir will sing the musical a Tell it now a sunday at 7 30 . In Trinity Baptist Church. Revival revival services will be held sunday through Friday in Calvary Baptist Church starting at 7 30 . Daily. The evangelist will be the Rev. James d. Ballard pastor of United Baptist Church of Winston Salem. A native of High Point and a graduate of Shaw University Ballard was the first Black to graduate from Duke University a divinity school where he earned Magna cum laude honors. The sunday night service will be led by the Rev. L. L. Macon pastor of Temple memorial Baptist Church. Mars Hill the Rev. Wardell Rivers of the Christian Church will be guest speaker sunday at 3 . In Mars Hill Church. Visitor Thomasville the Rev. D. D. Mason and congregation of first Emmanuel Baptist Church in High Point will Lead services sunday at 3 . In Browne a new Calvary Baptist Church on Doak Street. Conrad memorial the choir of Calvary United methodist Church will sing the Gaither cantata. David Poling . Where its really at the local Parish by David Poling a alleluia a during the 7 . Sunday worship in Conrad memorial Baptist Church. Revival revival services will be held in Oak View Baptist Church sunday through Friday at 7 30 . The Rev. Mark Corts will be the speaker. Celebration the evangelical Luthern Church of St. Luke will hold its annual Harvest Home Celebration sunday at 3 . At the Church on the Corner of Leonard Avenue and Walnut Street. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Gerald Schader a former pastor. A covered dish luncheon will be held at i . St. Matthews the mighty Kings will present a program sunday at 3 . In St. Matthews holiness Church and at 7 30 . In Foster Grove Baptist Church in Jamestown. The programs Are sponsored by the deacons Board. First Baptist Jamestown Homecoming will be observed sunday in Jamestown s first Baptist Church with the Rev. Woodrow Hill the guest speaker at the la . Service. Hill is assistant editor and Field representative of the biblical recorder. Lunch will be served at 12 30 . And an afternoon song service will get under Way at 2. There will be no evening service. The Church will hold revival services wednesday through sunday with the Rev. Tom Williams pastor of Sharpe Road Baptist Church in Greensboro leading. The services will begin nightly at 7. Hayworth memorial a series of revival meetings will be held monday through the following sunday at Hayworth memorial Wesleyan Church. Weekday services will begin at 7 30 . And sundays at la . And 6 30 . The evangelist will be the Rev. J. W. Phillips and the song Leader will be the Rev. J. W. Stiles. Hayworth memorial is on Westchester drive across from Westchester mall. St. Paul s judge Sammie chess or. Will be the laity Day speaker sunday at la . In St. Paul a United presbyterian Church. The illustrated Amie the death of Jezebel so they threw her Down and some of her blood was sprinkled on the Walland on the horses and he Trode her underfoot ii Kings. 33 although it was Elijah who at the time of Ahab a death predicted that Jezebel his wicked and notorious wife and All their male descendants would die violently the event did not take place until several years later. Elisha who had succeeded the Prophet also foretold her destruction but it did not occur until the reign of Jehu who had been an officer in israelis Palace. Jehu had been anointed King by one of Elisha a aides and after the ceremony he was ordered to destroy the woman and All that was left of Ahab a reign. Jehu hastened to Jezebel a Palace where she appeared at a window with her eunuchs. The order came throw her Down they obeyed and in time her body was consumed by jackals and vultures. Next week Gideon conquers the midia nites Gao investigates programs Foster Parent and deceptive by James Gerstenzang associated press writer Washington a the advertisement shows Little remedies hair Unco bed and shirt in tatters peering from the Magazine Page. The caption says a the eyes of Remedios can to see beyond the next scrap of but Remedios is receiving regular support payments from a couple in Ohio the sponsor of the familiar Appeal acknowledged thursday. The photo of Remedios is used in an Appeal for support for the Foster parents plan inc. The organizations executive director. Gloria c. Matthews conceded in a congressional hearing that Remedios. Described As a 5 evangelist slates Greensboro service Greensboro internationally recognized pulpit radio and television personality Kathryn Kuhlman is. To appear in Greensboro coliseum tuesday oct. 29. Coliseum doors will open at 6 . For the Public says the Rev. Roy Putnam pastor of Trinity methodist Church and chairman of the committee of cooperating pastors for the event. Putnam says he expects the 16.000-seat coliseum to be filled for the Pittsburgh based evangelist s appearance. In addition to a 500-voice local choir music will be furnished by Dino a concert pianist a and Jimmy Mcdonald vocal soloist both of whom appear on Kuhlmann a television programs. Local residents interested year old boy actually is a 12-year-old girl. The picture was taken in 1967. A when we have an effective and. We use it to obtain sponsors a said miss Matthews. A the Cost to prepare new ads would be her Agency based in Warwick. R i., spent $562,000, or 4.6 per cent of its $12-million budget on promotion and advertising in fiscal 1973, the general accounting office reported. Foster parents plan and four other charities among the dozens that solicit Money in the United states to help orphans and other children overseas were reviewed by the Gao. A congressional investigative Agency. The Gao criticized the charitable organizations Many receiving support from donations solicited in Magazine appeals for a Lack Kathryn Kuhlman in chartering a bus to the Greensboro service May obtain registration information by calling 885-1559 Between 9 . And 5 . Monday through Friday Putnam says. The big Urban congregations Are the ones which attract most of the attention in North America. The outstanding preacher the first rate choir the Majestic setting the booming budget a these naturally remain in the spotlight dominate the Church Page and shape much of the thought patterns of Church life. Yet most of the Church members in the United states and Canada belong to congregations of around 300 members. These smaller churches do not enjoy the benefits of multiple staff and Are Happy to have a part time Secretary and a Volunteer organist choir director. The program and functioning of anything that happens is right on the shoulders of the individual members so any new aides help and supportive material Are eagerly sought. Alas much of the fresh assistance in the form of newsletters publications manuals teaching aides does not always reach those most desperate and needy of attention. Thus this column is dedicated to those hard working laymen who crave assistance in Church leadership fund raising and a new program for the next family night supper. Money inflation is crushing everyone and the smaller congregation is a Large victim of the shrinking Dollar. No single Book is going to solve the monetary crises but a More Money for your Church a by Manfred Hock or. Keats appears at the right time and place. Hock is Well known in the Field of Church finance. For the smaller congregation he offers a step by step approach to setting up a functioning budget careful controls and sound record keeping. Some chapters include How to find More Money for your Church making Money by spending less and How to pay your pastor More and balance the budget too. Management is the larger term for directing the Enterprise of every religious organization. The business affairs of a congregation even 200 members or less still require a mailing list ordering of materials and dec dog on the hours of Public worship. Now in its 50th year Church management continues to be that helpful journal to Aid both laity and clergy. It offers expert advice on the selection of motion pictures the Purchase of new books for the Library and gives a Broad list of current equipment for the local Parish. Editor Norman Hersey utilizes top advisors in the world of religion David Maclennan and his Fine homiletic column each month William s. Bookman in audio visuals and a Rich variety of Book reviewers from All Over the map. Recent articles included a when should a minister resign a using the Telephone for ministry a ten top indoor games for Church management incorporates the clergy journal and can be secured from 115 North main St., mount Holly . 28120 mind is regularly served by connexion a publication of some dozen major denominations interested in higher education it appears quarterly printed on newspaper Stock and is generous in coverage of topics of current discussion. A recent Issue dealt with medical education. The Winter Issue will touch on the leadership of women in higher education ministry. Connexion has its Headquarters at room 708,3 West 29th St., new York . 10001. Its latest Issue has or. Ronald Mcneur saying a caring is where the religious dimension comes in. It has to do with caring How a person suffers caring about the concerns of the family caring that a person Dies a human death. Religious organizations Over the centuries have sought to provide care for sick infirm and dying people suffering and death have been a significant part of religious concerns. And they still Are a Catholic Honor Sewanee. Term. A the. Rev. Theodore he Burgh roman Catholic president of the University of notre Dame has been awarded an honorary doctor of Laws degree by the University of the South operated by the episcopal Church. Williams Flowers Quality Flowers professional service 301? Inrush to Call it Ahi confused a worried a a upset a phom us w 882-8121 j we invite you to worship with us Victory Baptist Church Independent 300 e. Springfield re. High Point . Sunday school. 9 45 ., worship service.11 30 .< worship service. 7 30 .1 wednesday prayer service. 7 30 . Rev. T. A. Bishop Supply pastor founder s revival october 13-20 7 30 each evening sunday 10 45 7 00ivangelis Rev. . Brown first pastor singers Cartledge family of Greensboro first Church of the Nazarene 1217 e. Green or Welcome test your Bible knowledge answer True or false Correct answer at Bottom christians should not worry True dedicated children of god have placed their lives in the hands of Chaft Jesus teaches us that the father cares for the lilies and the Birds having greater care for his children Matt. 6 28 34 providentially god takes care of those who have been called according to his purpose rom. 8.28. Therefore the Christian should not worry. Life presents us with Many problems heart aches and challenges. We must not confuse concern with worry. One who crosses the Street Uptown is concerned with his safety. Yet one who is so fearful he will not go near a Street is Over reacting. Concern May be defined As standing up and doing something worry of sitting Down in the Snake pit of haunting fears. The starting Point in avoiding worry is becoming a child of god. Jesus Calls it the new birth Jno. 3 5 which is achieved by Faith in Christ repentance from sin confession of Christ and immersion in water for the remission of sins Jno. 3 16 in. 13 3, Matt. 10 32 acts 2 38, i pet. 3 21. Ready to Stop worrying and Start living Send for a free Bible correspondence course to Box 1789, . Visit the of Iurco of Christ 1934 West theser or. Lei 17l9 milk Point re. Ill 977 services Sun Bibl study. 9 30 am Sun worship. To 30 am 0 30 pm wad Bibl study. 7 10 pm of Ogham mfr. 9 i Sam Nan into. i., Chipi Toily a Jim Stutts minister l it 4 of control of funds sent to overseas programs and for management weaknesses. James a. Duff associate director of the Gao a International division told the Senate labor subcommittee on children and youth that a fall five of the voluntary agencies which we reviewed were generally using their resources for worthwhile purposes and in the Public interest. However All of these agencies had some management in addition to the Foster parents plan inc., the agencies were the Christian children a fund inc., Richmond a. The american korean foundation inc. New York . Holt adoption program inc., Eugene. Ore., and save the children federation inc., Norwalk Conn. The agencies were defended by Kev. Robert l. Charlebois of the american Council of voluntary agencies for foreign service inc. He said they a have demonstrated time and again their competence in using Public funds effectively and efficiently in their programs there Are now an estimated 10,000 to 12,000 american indians living in new York City More than when Peter Minuit bought Manhattan Island in 1626. Eastern Hills Christian Church come worship with us deep River Road two Miles North of Eastgate shopping Center High Point sunday school homing worship evening service 10 00 am him am in Pia j. Donald Sams minister far Mara information Call 883-0641 you Are invited to attend services the first d a dict Dai i to j. Church 403 North main St. Alfred l. Miller pastor in sunday 9 13 . 11 00 . 6 00 . S wednesday 6 00 . Family supper amp it or sunday school hour morning worship likening Vesper in Springfield Baptist Church 1322 Baker Road High Point . 27263 Bobby Loving pastor sunday school morning worship evening worship midweek prayer bus service 431-3615 every facility of this Church is dedicated to providing you and your family the spiritual uplift for a Happy life. 8 35 messages of Faith 9 40 sunday school 10 55 morning worship 7 00 evening worship Are you sure you Are a Christian a or. Price mfr 12 30 on . A place of Bible study for everyone. Special classes for the deaf and retarded i the world to be destroyed by fire ill Peter 3 10 or Price joint worship services of our Church and All the Mission Points East Grimes Chapel West end Mission Astor dowdy towers Carson Stout Homes. Green Street Baptist Church main Sanctuary Green drive at Mangum Street w. Price the. D. Pastor Holl 4 j

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