King's Business - 1965-06

Fo r Y o u r S in g in g P lea su re YOUTHSINGS SATB A collection of 15 original com­ positions. arrangements, and edi­ tions especially designed for high school-aged and youth choirs. Voice parts in these selections have been carefully limited to the compass of the adolescent voice; yet the ranges are also comfort­ able for many adult groups. Some titles include From Nazareth the Lord Hath Come, Philip Young; O God of Beauty, Claude L. Bass; and Once to Every Man and Na­ tion, arranged by Walter Ehret. 64 pages. $1.25 THEEVANGELISTIC CHOIR Twenty-three easy selections es­ pecially suited for use in evange­ listic church choirs. Easy-to-learn, easy-to-perform, these numbers fit well into worship services. Titles include A ll Hail Immanuel; The Awakening Chorus; Hallelujah for the Cross; and Master, the Tempest Is Raging. 48 pages. 75< SINGING CHURCHMENNo. 2 Just the material your male quar­ tet has been looking for— 22 songs arranged for four-part men’s voices with the melody in the first tenor line. Selections in­ clude Go d, Send Us Men; I Have Come From Darkness; I'm on My Journey Home; Let A ll the World m Every Corner Sing; and Prom­ ised Land. 32 pages. $1.25





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observed throughout the world. God’s people everywhere are earnestly re­ quested to pray especially for Gospel broadcasting on this day. Laurin J. Zorn has been appointed Sales Manager for Scripture Press Publications. In this capacity his re­

Dr. Gordon L. Beck, conference direc­ tor for the Winona Lake Christian Assembly, has announced an out­ standing program for this summer season. Several of the conferences scheduled are: World Vision, July 11-18, during which the world-wide known Korean Choir will be brought to Winona; Moody Week, July 18-25, featuring Dr. David D. Allen, Dr. Ralph Keiper, Dr. Walter Wilson and others; Family Week, July 25-August 1 fea­ turing Dr. Gordon Beck, Dr. Malcolm Cronk, and many others. Reservations and further information is available from the Winona Lake Bible Confer­ ence, Box 367, Winona Lake, Indiana. Rev. Gerald L. Stover, of Souderton, Pennsylvania, has been named asso­ ciate publications editor of Gospel Light Publications, in which capacity he will guide the development of Bible-centered materials for use in the Sunday evening program of local churches throughout the world. He will also assist in the development of college and adult Sunday school cur­ riculum. Mr. Stover recently met with Gospel Light and denomina­ tional editors at the international headquarters of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association in Minne­ apolis, and has begun work on the development of the Sunday evening materials, slated to be released to churches in the near future. Two other new staff appointments at Gospel Light are: Fritz Ridenour, director of the Publicity Division and managing editor of Teach magazine, who assumes additional responsibili­ ties as Youth Editor; Ronald Widman, formerly minister of Christian edu­ cation at Christ Community Church of Canoga Park, California, who joins the staff as assistant editor of Teach magazine. Richard Wolff, executive secretary of the International Christian Broad­ casters, Downers Grove, Illinois, has announced the annual prayer day for World-Wide Gospel Broadcasting will be June 13. This annual day of prayer is sponsored by the ICB and

sponsibilities w i l l include dealer and d en om in a tion a l sales, c u s t o m e r service, field super­ vision. Mr. Z orn has w o r k e d for Scripture Press for sixteen years, and has had a wide ex­ perience in secular publishing as well.

Mr. Zorn

Soon after he joined Scripture Press, Mr. Zorn created, edited and pro­ moted the now internationally known Sunday school papers, Power and Counselor. These publications have expanded their area of ministry until today they reach well over a million readers. A collection o f

46 true s t o r i e s originally appear­ ing in Power have been compiled and edited by James R. Adair of Scripture Press, into a new book, God’s Power to Triumph. T h e stories were chosen for publication in

Mr. Adair book form because they demonstrate the diverse areas in which faith can heal and conquer in the twentieth century. Dr. Douglas B. MaeCorkle, president of Philadelphia College of Bible, re­ cently announced that for the first time in 50 years of Bible training, the school is offering a major course of study in Bible social work. The underlying purpose in presenting the new major is to train young people to know about modern social service methods for the specific purpose of helping people and winning souls to Christ as a consequence.


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