Time Capsule Captures Moment

By Cherie Speller From the Sunday, July 27, 2008, edition of The Daily Reflector The columns I write generally publish on Mondays but I took the opportunity to move it to Sunday this week for the sake of history. My family and I worship with the Westside Church of Christ, which today moves to a …

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Obama Names ACU Grad as Faith Advisor

by Richard Mansel Editor’s note: Richard has graciously permitted us to reprint his article from his Preacher Pages blog. Presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama recently appointed Shaun A. Casey, graduate of Abilene Christian University as his faith advisor. Casey will be given the task of convincing evangelical voters that Obama would be the best choice …

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Peru Campaign Produces 48 Baptisms

by Kim Higginbotham ICA, Peru (BNc)- A large group of Americans just returned from a medical campaign in this city wracked last year by a massive earthquake. On May 30 and June 6, a total group of 106 Americans left the U.S for Ica, Peru. The group was led by Jack Farber, of Latin American …

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Retreat Considers Effective Missions

by Wayne and Janet Barrier Editor’s Note: This report got stuck somewhere on the equator, but we’re glad to release it now. Hamilton, Ala. (BNc)- Over 100 people interested in missions attended the second annual May Missionary Retreat held at Maywood Christian Camp May 1-3.

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Saint among Scouts killed in Iowa storm

By Joe May Associatie Editor   One of the Lord’s saints was among four Boy Scouts who were killed Wednesday when an EF 2 tornado touched down near Little Sioux, Iowa.   The four were among several Scouts at the 1,800 acre primitive camp that features mostly tents near the Iowa city.  Ironically, the campers …

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