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Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2013’

Heidelberg West Youth Camp

Q. 32. But why art thou called a Christian? A. Because by faith I am a member of Christ and thus a partaker of his anointing, in order that I also may confess His name, may present myself a living sacrifice of thankfulness to Him: and that with a free conscience I may fight against sin and the devil in …

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Congregational News: Salem Ebenezer Reformed Church

Manitowoc, WI Florence A. Luebke, age 84, a Manitowoc resident, passed into the loving arms of her Savior on Monday, October 8, 2012 with her family at her side. She was at Holy Family Memorial Medical Center in Manitowoc following a brief illness. Florence was born March 24, 1928, in Newton, daughter of the late Henry and Ella (Reichwald) Hochkammer. …

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Reformed Faith and Life—French

Dear friends, Mali A year ago I visited the country of Mali (in West Africa) for the first time. In the newsletter that followed, I wrote about this visit and the strong impression it had made on me. During the year, I reported to you about the developments taking place there, not only with regard to the takeover of the …

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Portraits:Rev. Herman Van Stedum

I was born and raised in Vesper, WI, on a small dairy farm. I was one of 12 children raised by godly parents and faithfully attended and participated in the local Christian Reformed Church. I went to a one-room country school for the first eight years. (Walking over a mile both ways uphill). I attended and graduated from Lincoln High …

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Portraits: Rev. C.W. Powell

Rev. C. W. “Bud” Powell Bud Powell was born, Carroll Walker Powell, Jr., to Carroll and Ella Powell at Memorial Hospital in Medford, Oregon, on April 27, 1934. He was baptized as an infant shortly thereafter in the Southern Methodist Church of Medford Oregon. His father was a farm worker and his mother a housewife. His grandfather A. E. Powell …

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