King's Business - 1968-01

filan Tlow lo Ú llsnd Iha The 33rd Annual T O R R E Y T T C O N F E R E N C E Jan. 28 to Feb. 2, 1968 di&ah Jh&A& OuiAiandinq ßibln JnachsihA

DR. RALPH L. BYRON, JR. REV. STANLEY COLLINS DR. BRUCE W. DUNN DR. L. S. JOHNSON, JR. DR. RALPH L. KEIPER DR. S. F. LOGSDON Chairman, Department of Supt., Glasgow U nited Pastor, Grace Presbyterl- Pastor, First Presbyterian Dallas Theological Semi- Assoc. Prof, of Pastoral Bible Teacher and Con-^. Oncologic a n d General Evangelistic Association an Church, Peoria, Illinois Church, Chattanooga, nary, Dallas, Texas Theology and Evangelism, ference Speaker, Whea - n Surgery, City of Hope Tent Hall Tabe rn acle Medical Center Glasgow, Scotland Tennessee, Speaker, ''Bi­ ble Study Hour." ton, Illinois DR. BEN HADEN

Conservative Baptist The­ ological Seminary, Den­ ver, Colorado

DR. HUBERT MITCHELL REV. NORMAN NELSON DR. J. C. WHITCOMB, JR. REV. GORDON WISHART Founder-director, In te r- Singing Ambassador with Missionary leader from Missionary speaker and Bible teacher and pastor Professor of Old Testa- Bible Teacher and pastor C h u rch Ministries, Mis-Overseas Crusades, Con- South America, serving representative of Pocket of the First Baptist Church ment, Grace Theological of the Omaha Gospel sionary Leader, Los An- ference Soloist w ith Overseas Crusades Testament League, Sunny- Yucaipa, California Seminary, Winona Lake, Tabernacle, Omaha, Neb. geles, California in Brazil vale, California Indiana REV. LUIS PALAU DR. DON B. ROOD REV. WILLIAM SLOAN


Hereis your opportunity to enjoy some of the nation’s finest Bible teachers. Under their dedicated ministry you will have the opportunity to grow in thegrace of our Lord JesusChrist. Eachoneof these menhasa distinctive message for these urgent times in which we are living. Select a church nearest you. Makeit a point to be at every service possible. Services will be conducted morning and evening on Sunday, January 28, and each evening of the week. Callyour local church for exact times. Take along your friends andenjoy together this important "Week with theWord.”

T â DR. RUEBEN A. TORREY First dean of Biola, this staunch defender of the faith was used of the Lord in soul-winning around the world. Bible teaching and evangelism were his effec­ tive tools.

DR. S. H. SUTHERLAND President of Biola Schools and Colleges, Inc., since 1952 it has been under h is dedicated leadership that the school moved to the Campus in 1959 and now has a record enroll­ ment.

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HEMET First Baptist Church

LA CRESCENTA First Baptist Church Rev. Bernard Travaille, pastor 4409 La Crescenta Avenue

BURBANK Calvary Bible Church Dr. Jack

COSTA MESA Central Bible Church Rev. Henry E. Jones, pastor 23rd & Orange Avenue

DOWNEY First Baptist Church

ANAHEIM Magnolia Baptist Church Rev. Kenneth Fischer, pastor 720 So. Magnolia

Dr. Edward L. Rodda, pastor 26089 Girard St.

Rev. Harold L. Adams, pastor Third & Dolan Sts.

MacArthur, pastor 1101 So. Main St.

B I O L A C A M P U S 13800 Biola Ave., La Mirada

ONTARIO Temple Baptist Church Rev. Roy V. Nelson, pastor 224 W. California Street

RIVERSIDE Magnolia First Baptist Church Rev. Melvin N. Krug, pastor 3624 Arlington Avenue

SAN GABRIEL San Gabriel Dr. W. Joseph Hemphill, pastor Union Church Pine at Las Tunas

NO. LONG BEACH North Long Beach Brethren Church Dr. George O. Peek, pastor 61st & Orange

LONG BEACH First Baptist Church Dr. Frank M. Kepner, pastor 1000 Pine Ave.


Calvary Church of Pacific Palisades Rev. Ralph Hetrick, pastor 700 Via de la Paz

Conference sesions are held each evening (exceptSunday) at 7:00 P.M. In addifion morning me tings for studentsand interested guests will be conducted at 8:30 A.M., 9:30 A.M.,and 10:30 A.M.

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