Devoted to the Propagation and Defense of New Testament Christianity
November 4, 1954


M. A. Mansur, 1405 Richardson, Columbia, Missouri, Oct. 13: "Last Sunday evening brought to a close a very fine Gospel Meeting, in which Brother A. L. Harbin, evangelist of Abilene, Texas, did a wonderful job of presenting the Word of God. Interest here at the Paris Road Church of Christ continues to grow, for which we are thankful to the Lord and take courage to press on to greater service in his name. If you know of any members of the church who are students here in Columbia, please write us, giving their names and addresses so that we can contact them. We invite you to come worship with us when you are in this area."

Hoyt H. Houchen, 1403 Hicks, San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 15: "Recently I did the preaching in a Gospel Meeting at the National and Madison congregation in Springfield, Missouri. This was a very enjoyable meeting. L. O. Sanderson is the local preacher and he directed the singing in a most efficient manner. 'One was restored and one placed membership. My next meeting is in Alamogordo, New Mexico, October 18 through the 27. Attendances at all services continue to increase here at Highland in San Antonio. We are looking forward to even a greater work in the future."

Glenn L. Shaver, Box 146, Mt. Home, Arkansas, Oct. 7: "We recently moved from Warren, Arkansas to Mt. Home, Arkansas to work with the congregation here. Brother James Braswell moved to Warren to work with them. They have a daily radio program which is doing much good. For there is only one church in that county. Since coming here two have been baptized into Christ and one has identified herself with this congregation. The elders have given me six Sundays off next year to conduct meetings. At the present, I have two or three open dates for ten day meetings of one Sunday each. Write to me at the above address. We are in the vacation land of Arkansas between the two big lakes — Bull Shoals and Norfolk, with plenty of fish. Plan your vacation to come here next year and visit the church while here. A friendly welcome awaits you."

Odis Medlin, Box 152, Grand Junction, Colorado, Oct. 13: 'Arrangements have been made for four nights of discussion on the Bible class and women teachers questions at the North 23rd Street Church of Christ, Grand Junction, Colorado, November 2 through 5 at 7:30 each evening. Brother H. R. Lawless, minister of the Eighth and Gunnison congregation of this city, and Odis Medlin of the North 23rd Street congregation will meet for the discussion."

John Bullock, Box 96, Springtown, Texas, Oct. 20: "The' church of our Lord moves forward with attendance and interest at this place. Last Lord's day morning all attendance records were broken in Bible study. We enjoyed having 256 in our classes. It is a great pleasure to work with such a wide-awake group."

Lloyd Moyer, 309 - 36th Street, Richmond, California: "Our meeting ended last Wednesday night with thirty-four responding to the invitation. Brother Sherman Cannon of Modesto, California did the preaching in a most effective way. Brother Jack Waggoner, our local song leader directed the singing."

Doyle Cannon, Sunset Church of Christ, 2442 W. Jefferson Blvd., Dallas 11, Texas, Oct. 15: "During the week comprising the last two Lord's days, 20 have responded to the invitation here at Sunset. We broke another record Sunday with 438 in classes. Our new goal is 470 in classes by October 24, at which time our meeting begins, with Brother Ed Craddock preaching. All are welcome."