King's Business - 1966-04

QUESTION BOX We think THE KING’S BUSINESS magazine is one of the best on the market. We enjoy it from cover to cover and we always look for Dr. Tal­ bot’s Question Box. We have had many things straightened out in our minds through his answers. Mrs. John D. VanKampen, Inglewood, California OVER A CUP OF COFFEE I enjoyed your first article in THE KING’S BUSINESS, “ That Extra Touch.” We are working here in a home for Indian children, helping look after 51 children. In the rush of daily living one sometimes forgets about “that extra touch.” Mrs. Neudorf, Timber Bay, Saskatchewan I enjoyed and appreciated so much the “ new addition” to my favorite magazine. Even the title, “ Over a Cup of Coffee,” gives one a warm cozy feel­ ing. May our Lord use your comments, hints, and even the recipes to bring honor to Himself. We busy housewives, mothers, husband-helpers need to have our thoughts directed often to Him, Who is our strength. Mrs. Ruth Calkin’s column, “ An­ swering Teens” is also a needed fea­ ture and will be of help to parents as well as young people. LIBRARY MAGAZINE RACK Through the cooperation of the Chal­ lengers class at Oakland Neighborhood Church (Young Adults), every branch of the public library in Oakland dis­ plays your publication on their maga­ zine rack, in addition, of course, to the libraries in Hayward, Castro Valley, Richmond and others. Thank you for a fine job. Kell D. Schmidt, San Leandro, California APPRECIATION EXPRESSED As a result of a contest on Radio Station KPDQ, Portland, Oregon, I re­ ceived a free one-year Subscription to THE KING’S BUSINESS. What a terrific magazine! May God bless each of you always. Mrs. Keith Eiligsen, Portland, Oregon MONEY CAN BUY A bed but not sleep. Books but not brains. Food but not appetite. Finery but not beauty. A house but not a home. Medicine but not health. Luxuries but not culture. Amusement but not happiness. A crucifix but not a Saviour. A church pew but not heaven.

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more than 22,000 boys and girls who have been orphaned in an im­ poverished land. But our essential purpose is to bring them up in the “nurture and admonition of the Lord.” They are taught the gospel of salvation by Bible-believing Christian Koreans and trained for lives of usefulness as well as places of future leadership. Many of our “grad­ uates” go into full-time Christian service, others into education, the trades, business, and some to establish Christian homes of their own. HOW CAN YOU SAY "NO"



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To accomplish this dual purpose we need sponsors-—individuals like you who are willing to be a “Mommy,” “Daddy,” “Big Brother” or “ Big Sister.” The cost is very small, only $10 a month (that’s just 33 cents a day), and this will provide food, shelter, clothing and medical care. Our dedicated staff will surround them with a wholesome atmosphere and will be your substitute in bringing the personal touch into their lives. Hundreds of the children in our Homes are without sponsors and their childish hearts are praying for someone who will answer their plea. To you it will mean a great blessing. You will be sent the child’s photo, case history and photo of the Home. There will follow an exchange of letters that will warm your heart. Act today to become a part of this ministry. It will be one of the most rewarding expe­ riences of your life. CLIP AND MAIL TODAY!

»Rev. Henry L. Harvey, Pres. □ Yes, I want to sponsor an orphan. My choice is_________________________ . If already chosen when this arrives, I agree to sponsor a similar child. I prefer □ Boy □ Girl____________ Age. With God's help, I will send $10 a month to COMPASSION. I understand that I may dis­ continue any time. Please send child's picture and FULL PARTICULARS. Enclosed is support for □ first month, □ one year. □ Please select a child for me and send par­ ticulars at once. □ I cannot sponsor a child now, but want to help by giving $____________ _ All gifts are most welcome . . . income tax deductible. □ Please send folder "How to Sponsor a Korean Orphan."

Dept. K46 7774 Irving Pk. Rd„ Chicago, III. 60634 Ph. 456-6116 Compassion of Canada, Ltd., Box 8S0, Blenheim, Ontario



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