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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly. Bracken UMC hosting rummage sale The Bracken United Methodist Church Women are having a rummage sale Saturday from 8 a rn until 2pm at the church fellowship hall The hall is located on FM 2252, which is off Interstate as. south of New Braunfels Fart of the proceeds will go toward purchasing new playground equipment Catholic Daughters to meet Oct. 20 The Catholic Daughters of the Americas will meet at 7 p rn Oct 2t) in the home of Sandy Guenther. 1313 Rapids Road Fall religious classes begin at Sts. Peter and Paul The fall Religious Education classes have begun at Sis Peter and Paul parish Approximated 600 youth are anticipated in the 3 year old through high school programs A number of adult courses also are get ting under way Thursday morning Bible studs will be held from 9 to IO 30 a rn rn the parish center Babysitting may be arranged if there is enough interest A four week Old Testament study. “Faith of Our Fathers.” will be offered on Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8 30 p m The RCIA program is getting under way on Sunday mornings for those interested in learning aobut the Catholic faith and considering becoming members Sister Maria Grazie will be a guest speaker on Oct 7 she will talk on the '' Apparation of May in Medjuforje." Yugoslavia All are invited to the potluck supper and presentation beginning at 5:30 p rn in St Mary's hall For more information on any of these programs, call Bill Smith at 625-1519 St. Josephs Church to show films On each Saturday in October Saint Josephs Church. 446 N Seguin St will be showing films on the life of Jesus Christ, some of the films will be cartoons for children All adults and children are invited Children may be dropped off at IO a rn and picked up at noon Refreshments will be serv ed Halloween party Saint Josephs Church. 446 N Seguin St will have an old fashioned Halloween party for the children of New Braunfels All youngsters under the age of 14 are invited to the first, and organizers hope annual, Halloween party from 6:30 to 9 p m Oct 31 There will be games and treats for the children who should wear their Halloween costumes Saint Josephs members planning activities On Oct 8-10. Rev William Gabler. Mrs S David and Woody McAllister attended the Diocese of the Southwest Synod in Little Rock. Ark On Oct 18. the public is invited to a potluck lunch honoring members with birthdays in October The lunch will be held after the IO a rn worship service Bible classes will be held every Wednesday at 7 p rn Classes will be led by Woody McAllister Everyone is welcome and if rides are needed, call Woody at the church. 625-6820 or 629-2314 First United Methodist hosting study of Book of Job Rev Harold Zirkel will lead an eight week stud) of the Book of Job at First United Methodist Church, 5?2 W San Antonio The classes will be on Sundae evenings at 6 p rn Mon day mornings at 9 30 a rn and Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p m A student may attend the session most convenient . The first sessions were Oct 4-6 There will be child care for each session Charge for the course is $4 The Book of Job deals with human suffering and our questions about it Why do the innocent suffer0 How can a good God allow such suffering0 Is there hope0 Any interested person is invited to attend The classes will be held in the assembly room in the office building Spiritual warfare prayer seminar Dr Mickey Bonner an evangelist of 28 years from Houston, will con duct a Spiritual Warfare Prayer Seminar at the Calvary Baptist Church. 588 U S 81 VV The seminar will be Sunday at ll a rn and 6pm and each evening at 7 p rn Oct 12 through 14 Bonner is a Southern Baptist Evangelist who has spoken all over the United States and in many foreign countries to people of all denominations In 1986 and again in 1987. tens of thousands were saved at rallies and services conducted in the Philippines For additional information, call the church office at 629-0049 or 629-6674 Area Episcopal Diocese sponsoring Guest Sundays Most of the 94 churches in the 6o count) Episcopal Diocese of West Texas have signs that read The Episcopal Church Welcomes You ami tnese *ill take on "pet. tai significance during t K tober The Bt Rev John H Mai Na ugh ton of San Antonio bishop of the diocese has annoum ed that ik' tuber will br Guest Nunda vs Month in the diocese tieginning (let A anti ci*n tinuing through i let 25 Members of all congregations are tieing urged to invite friends and neighbors particular!) the unthur i hts! to attend services with them lo acquaint them with the Episcopal i'hurch and the) hope to make them members In a message to the clerg) of the diocese Bishop Mai Naughton wrote Methodist. Continued from Pa?* * Ihur W i Barth will be the honorary head usher on Nunda) Hr Was rn ogmml last month for sears of continuous service to the church as head usher In a resolution presented lo him *ere these words Whereas Vrthur W ( Barth has faithful!) arni abl) served as head usher during the past We are not bere just to pastor those alreadv rn the flock but to reach out aggressive!) to those outside to bring them in This diocesan wide venture in ev angelim is one w av to focus the at tent ion of your congregation on that ministry Silting that it is not unusual to ex peel visitors arni prepare for them at Faster and Christmas Bishop Mac Naughton said I anticipate that special feeling right across the diocese this t k tober ijuest Nunda)" Month initiated bv the diocese in the fall of l9Hr> is under live direction of the diocesan Media Evangelism Committee chaired bv Charlotte Cummings of St Mark s Church Nan Antonio k) Near and whereas he bas given unselfish!) of his time and energies for the benefit of the church rn pro tiding the week!) ushering respon sibilates at the Nunda) services now '.heretort- he it resolved that Arthur Barth receive proper recognition for hi" services accompanied with sincere thanks and appreciation from the congregation Restaurant Thursday Night /Saturday Ribeye Steak Dinner /    Night $5.95    /Prime Rib Dinner 8 oz. Ribeye /for $5.95 Salad Bar / 8 oz. Prime Rib Baked Potato / Salad Bar /    £\    Texas Toast ^ofcuAcUJ SwA. 1051 IH 35 E. New Braunfels 625-8017 Author says 'New Age' attitude threatens traditional Christianity AUSTIN AP An Austin author mu an irk reasr in non tr adit Kina I religions and philosophies par titular!) tile New Age movement threatens < brist lands lex*- Marrs is author of the retent Iv released Uiok Dark wrrfs of fbc New A fir Marrs a former assistant pro h-ssor at the I ntverslt) rf It*’ as anti a consultant ha" written iJ tn»ok" on non religious topics such as robotics and computer* He is now an evangelist ami president of Living I ruth Ministries in Austin Marrs "ald tile New Age move merit which in- investigated for two years before writing bis t*jok is one of tin* fastest growing religions in tin* country and is dangertms because it Is at odds With the Bible and «-stahiished religions Die recent Harmonic Convergence and worldwide peace vigils seeking    r to establish a “mind I ink of    f simultaneous meditation around tin* world are examples of the New Age philosophy be said New Agers don t tel lev e in a per Nonal god I hev ielieve in a god that is an impersonal force like in the Mar Wars movie ie said The) are all of ole mind But the cons is tent threat is that they reject tie Bi hie and Jesus Christ as tie Christ, he said Marrs said his ministerial goal is to bring these people back into tie mainstream Mv ministry is not involved kith J Ada’s Ceramics 1702 W ald Rd Ceramics i Stained Class •Greenware •Firing •Bisque •Maceo Paints •Stains apalit Tues thru Sat. 9 a m - 5 p.m. fighting tie New Age movement at Mv mmistrv is telling * ew Age pexiple that God loves them ie said But Marrs admits it will not ie easy to bring people back into tradi Dona i i hurt’bes bet a use most of tie people who embrace tie New Age phtU»s*>phies have rejected other religions The churches were simply not there for these people ie said Here are basically two types of churt bes cofiserv ativ e churches that offer little in tie wa) of social respttnsibilit) anti literal churches that advocate marching for world peace and helping sanctuary movements but without a gospel Eye Openers By Dr. Henry Hull TNE FINE PRINT Reading tine print is difficult for most people over 45 It sa norma condition known as presbyopia the hardening of the 'ens in the eye that occurs as we grow older This prevents the ens ‘rom changing shape so that light can De focussed as it passes through the eye Different types of lenses can correct this condition • Fyi enses - T^ese-an be used when you Aant to see the ‘me print and removed tor seeing distant objects • Ha * g asses na /es of lenses a low the wearer to ook over the enses and see distances dearly without taking his her glasses off • Bi*_ a s These lenses use a segment tor reading and another ‘or distance vision The segments may or may not be separated by a tine line For speoa' occupations the segments may be placed in special positions With your input your optometrist will recommend the type that is best for you and it will be easy to see the tine print again Brought to you as a community service by Dr. Ntnry Null 147 >r»4er*e>»fcaraflUa4    626-6116. S’ RESTAURANT TASTE THE HOMEMADE DIFFERENCE Most Popular LUNCH SPECIALS SERVED IN CAFETERIA STYLE -- FAST-HOME COOKED ll a.m. - 2 p.m. Monday thru Friday St. Francis planning fall festival fun time OM ASKS HAUS | St Francis by the Lake Episcopal Church will have its se cond annual Fall Festival Satur day from ll a rn to 5 p rn on the church grounds at the comer of FM 306 and Spring Mountain Drive Admission is free The festival is sponsored by St Francis Outreach Program half of the net proceeds will be contributed to local community nonprofit organizations with the balance going into the church building fund A complete barbecue plate will be served starting at ll a rn Cof fee and dessert will be available Soda and beer will be on hand .An auction will be held at intervals during the day Items to be auctioned will include items donated bv local merchants and members of the congregation Cakes, especially baked by the ladies for the occasion will also be auctioned off during the day For those who want to win a bird for the Thanksgiving meal can take their chance at hitting the “bulls eye at the Turkey Shoot Guns and ammo will be supplied The women of the church will have several tables of handmade craft items, needlework Christmas items cookies candy cake and a white elephant Games have been especially planned for the children with prizes to the winners In addition to all this. there will be hourly drawings during the day when special prizes will be awarded Music will be supplied hourly by St Francis own musical group Gom Fishin POLYNESIAN SPA is Celebrating Our 6th Year in Sew Braunfels With A 3 DAYS ONLY 0CT.9, IO, 11 Under the Tent on Seguin SI. Across from Oft Plumbing SAVE on every Polynesian Spa FREE •Bahama Vacation For Two 5 days-4 nights •Delivery •Deluxe Hard Cover •Chemical Kit Financing Available We Service What We Sale BRING YOUR POOL TO BIO GUARD SUNSIDE POOL & SPA CO. 625-4643 510 S. Comal New Braunfels NEWSPAPERS No. 1 No Comparison In All-Around Use For Service Newspapers are increasing their overwhelming leadership in media . . . because they have the best Formula lor service. Failure to recognize the e Hee liveness of newspaper advertising has destroyed manv a business. *    #    to    rn I iii± VC IS: 1) 8 out of IO adults read a newspaper on an average weekday 2) Newspaper readership increases with income .7) Newspapers are read page by page 4) Newspaper atis are rated by the public as the “mtM helpful and most trustworthy” 5) People “look forward” to newspaper ads more than they do all others combined 6) Newspapers outperform broadcast media 2 lo I 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 ail income groups, all education groups, all occupational groups and all age groups. . . . and each of these facts has been documented over and over by an endless variety of surveys (SOURCE: Bureau of Advertising) Prepared by Texas Newspaper Advertising Bureau (TNAB) An affihata of th* ’#»as Press Assoc autor Win With The Leader Newspaper Advertising 541 Hiway 46 (I block South 1-35) DERYL CLARK makes pictures worth a thousand words in the Herald-Zritung ;