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Everyone is invited to any or all of the Berean Fellowship Spring Feast in Dousman (near Milwaukee), Wisconsin. The schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, April 15
• Passover services
Wednesday, April 16
• Passover services/meals
• Night to be Much Observed meals
Thursday, April 17
• 2:00 p.m. service at the Dousman Municipal Building
• Potluck meal following?
Friday, April 18
• 6:30 p.m. potluck meal at the Dousman Municipal Building
• 7:30 p.m. Bible study: Bible Teaching on War by Norman Edwards
Saturday, April 19
• 2:00 p.m. service: Meaning of the Last Day of Unleavened Bread by Norman Edwards
• Potluck meal following
• 2nd annual ‘Barn Mitzvah’— party, dance & variety show in the Geiger barn
Sunday, April 20
• 2:00 p.m. wave sheaf Bible study at Hagen’s
Monday, April 21
• 7:00 p.m. Bible study at Wale’s
• Snacks, no meal
Tuesday, April 22
• 7:00 p.m. Bible study at Roth’s
• snacks, no meal
Wednesday, April 23
• 2:00 p.m. service—Dousman Municipal Building
• Potluck meal following
For directions and information, contact Hal and Scarlet Geiger, N5396 Hwy
P, Helenville, Wi 53137;
262-593-5637 or 262-549-2652; email@example.com
Forty-two million babies have been murdered through abortion since 1973. America’s holocaust is currently seven times larger than Nazi Germany’s. The methods by which these children are murdered are both gruesome and disturbing. A picture of an aborted child will speak for itself. Most are torn apart by powerful suction or dismembered by sharp knives. The Bible makes it clear that the unborn are human beings (Ps 139:13–14; Job 31:15; Jer 1:5; Luke 1:44) and as Christians we have the responsibility to help those in need (Matt. 25:31–46). Who could be more in need than these helpless, voiceless, and innocent children?
There are many things one can do to help end this holocaust within our land. And that is why I am writing this, to let you know of the Christian’s responsibility to these children. Thousands of babies continue to die daily as a constant reminder of the lack of soldiers standing up for and fighting for their lives. I am letting you know of an organization which has put together a free package of information and resources for those wanting to begin in this outreach. They are non-profit, all-volunteer, and they sell absolutely nothing. Their address is: Baysis of Life, P.O. Box 106, Lapaz, Ind. 46537. If you truly want to begin in this outreach, simply write them and request their “free anti-abortion action pack”.
Please take this matter to prayer and share this need with other Christians. Read Proverbs 24:11–12 and Matthew 25:40. May God (YHWH) bless you in all you do! If you have any questions e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org (note that it may take me a while to respond though).
Thank you for your time,
— Ryan Smith
fellow Sabbath-keeping Christian
Are the Jewish arguments against Christianity any good? Is Jesus Christ the promised Messiah? Were early Christian doctrines derived from paganism? Is the New Testament historically reliable? Was Jesus God?
The new book, A Zeal For God Not According to Knowledge (iUniverse, Inc., 715 pp.), refutes all standard Jewish arguments against Christianity. This book specifically replies against such critics of Christianity as Samuel Levine, Michael Drazin, Tovia Singer, and Hyam Maccoby. All those influenced by the reasoning of Darrell Conder, formerly of Commonwealth Publishing, should read this book. It includes a comprehensive table of contents, the careful citation of sources through footnotes, a standard bibliography, and a very basic index. The author has an M.A. and B.A. in history, and a B.A. in philosophy, which helps to ensure quality scholarship and careful writing.
When using credit cards, order from the iUniverse.com website for $37.95 (soft cover) or $47.95 (hard cover) plus approximately $5.68 for shipping and handling. When using checks or money orders ($40 for the soft cover, $50 for the hard cover, shipping included), order from: Eric V. Snow, at 20 Oak Hollow, Suite 260, Southfield, MI 48393.
— Eric Snow
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