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October 27, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 00=00nish student lives th Bradfor o t d family PORD An AFS h living in Bradford, Elsinore, Denmark, -- tfmlr miles from Sweden. H | is Astrid Egerod | with Noel and | and family on rae is living I, .' Gaiser • _Street. arrived in New York on ,,,, and spent four days of ,_tion at C.W. Post :'e: Orientation included • ions with other Danes -- et between the U.S. IU" Litjr homeland. After 8.  six days and 5O ./. m all, Astrid arrived in P+|Rlton where she was 8/'t. l by the Gaises. has now been in for two and one-half She is most amazed she thinks and U in English and that already forgotten ! her native tongue, MY the slang words. her father called one Lisa Pierson wed to Mark Hodae E. CORINTH-- Lisa Pierson, flower girl was April Gregory, were trimmed with burgundy Each bridesmaid carried a satin ribbon and ivory lace. single rose. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. friend ofbrideandgroom. Gene Lee Pierson Sr., and The organ music was played Mark Hedge, son of Mr. and by Joyce Pierson. The soloist Mrs. Paul Hedge, were united was Charlotte Bishop who in marriage on Sept. II, at the played the guitar and sangthe East Corinth Congregational wedding song, "There is Church. The double-ring, love". candle-light ceremony was The bride was escorted to performed by Reverend the alter by her father. Lisa Richard White. wore a chantilly lace and Maid of honor was Suzy organza gown with an empire Pierson, sister to the bride, waist• The all lace bodice and the best man was Greg accented with pearls had a Hedge (cousin to the groom). Queen Ann neckline and long Bridesmaids were: Kristal full lace sleeves. The organza Pierson, sister of the bride; sunburst pleated skirt had a Lisa Pierson, sister-in-law to crystal pleated flounced brida; Julie Courtemanche, hemline which extended into a Darlene Gautreau, Beth chapel train. The wedding Barton -- all friends of the gown had a matching chan- bride andgroom, tilly laced veil with a head- Groomsmen were: Gene piece of baby pink roses and and Melvin Pierson, brothers stephanotis, which matched of the bride; with Jeff the bridal bouquet. Gautreau, Brian Cour- The mother of the bride temanche, and Kurt Benzie -- wore a sea mist green street friends of bride and groom, length dress with a ruffled Ring bearer was Matthew neckline. Pierson, brother of bride, and The groom wore a burgundy tuxedo with a white ruffled shirt, and a burgundy bow tie. Evangelical Free His boutonniere was a single an English word popped white rose surrounded by tiny IL e and there during the Church llreIM white stephanotis. The +..ation, all quite natural groom's mother wore a iLs'icl, but her father was  Gtft ek burgundy street dress with a ,hatsurprised. CORINTH-- The Eastern ruffledneckline• d has been to eight District Association of the The bridesmaids and flower ) flUng'a, n countries and had Evangelical Free Church of girl wore full length Gunny ) m Greenland for four America held its 91st anntlal Sax gowns with a small =" Her father speaks conference Oct. 18-22 at burgundy flower print set in a If nguages and she EXCHANGE STUDENT--Stopping by the Journal Trumbull, Conn. Pastor  pink background. The gowns IK, is learning her rSiXth, recently for a visit was exchange student Astrid William Wick of Bradford, im+ • It would appea that • l[resting future is in Egerod of Denmark. The teenager, part of the AFS Paul Boone of Orfordville, || tt+]Ir llr this AFS student• Ruth Jones, Suzanne program, attends Oxbow High School in Bradford. She Chambers and Elizabeth anisb teenager is is living with Noel and Berniee Gaiser on Main Street. Copeland all of Corinth xbow High School, represented the Bradford h. the entire system Evangelical Free Church. . ¢lifferent than the The Association consists of She says we have a custom. She has been used to completely different for her-- ninety churches located in 13 hoie of subjects, lots white bread, marmalade, no goose on the table, no real of the Eastern States. Dr. , a less structured cereal, cheese, and honey in candles on the tree, and no Kenneth Meyer, President of ]her, and a longer the morning-- never eggs and special rice dessert with one Trinity Evangelical Divinity  of years that a student bacon. Lunch means an open- whole almond inside (the School, Dee,field, Ill., the ,m. ted._, to be in secondary faced sandwich of hard dark lucky person getting the seminary of the Evangelical •- ' " rye bread with salami, almond in his dish gets the FreeClch, was the featured 15 JP |Mlll; h students are not liverpaste or other meat, almond present). Instead, she "speaker. He reported growth h.msarily required to attend never a closed sandwich, will probably go to church, get of the seminary to a student : long as they can pass Peanut is rarely eaten, but a visit from Santa Claus, eat body of more than 1000 blieasional quizzes and Astrid's family ate it because turkey and other Christmas students making it one of the C gulL  • test. The bg exam they had American relatives delights, and join in family fun largest theological seminaries " at the end of the ninth who supplied them. Astrid is and fellowship, in the nation. . It is a very difficult and also not accustomed to the The American Field Service The conference was I Hensive test. Passing amount of canned and program is designed to highlighted by a delegate /°rkaygo prepackaged food -- rows and promote lear ning sad un-decision to divide the 91 year • ' " rows of tin, plastic, and boxes derstanding among the old Association of Churches in our stores, peoples of the world. In recent into three regional districts. With the holidays coming, years, the Bradfor@ area has One of the districts will consist k ts a great deal of the Gaisers are looking for- had the opportunity to know of the six New England states. e and the need for ward to giving Astrid a taste students from Norway, The decision stemmed from ic achievement in the of our special food and dif- Argentina, England, New continuing nation-wide growth n school system, ferent customs. The first new Zealand, New York State, and of the church• lh always an important experience will be Halloween Maryland -- and new Den- There are four Evangelical -i rdaily living and Astrid and then Thanksgiving, both mark. She will bespeaking to Free Churches in Vermont: :I' a few differences. A days not recognized i Den- area organizations after Windsor, Barre, areakfast is not the Danish mark. Christmas ..will be February. White River Junction. The . newest of the Vermont +-if]p  churches began holding services at White River d and Mary Young look back on fwst year Junction on Oct.3. • /ILLE-- As the first Given in marriage by her for a wine velvet jacket. "t{ii approached of brother, Wayne Lees, N. Serving as best man was x, mng of Alfred and Haverhill, the bride was at- Kenneth Wheeler, Woodsville. Melissa Henson and :i(Z°ung; it was time to tired in a long sleeved gown of Dale Bishop and Peter Gibson, Robert Moulton crepe with sheer yoke trim- Monroe wereushers. i  . 24, 1981, Mary Lees, ned with lace and beads. She The bride's mother chose a engaged  Of DavidLees, Long carried a bouquet of floral, street-length jacketed N. HAVERHILL-- Mr. and ,..Y., and Mrs. Lillian varicolored flowers and dress. o  0Odsville, was united baby's breath. Mrs. Eugene Burt, having Mrs. Everett Henson of N. Haverhill have announced the '1' t t age to Alfred Young, Her sister, Cynthia Estes, brought Alfred up since he engagement of their daughter, i was ten, sat in the mother's h annah Young Hudson, was her matron of honor, ,:,e, at St. Luke's wearing a long full pleated place. She wore a two piece Melissa, to Robert Moulton of  a!. Church by Rev. dress topped off with a lace ivory and gilt thread knit. Campion, N.H. Melissa is a graduate of "+ !I  erogstad, who per- trimmed navy velvet jacket. Following the reception at Woodsville High School and is Z  lythe double ring Karen Hudson, bridesmaid, the Parish House, those who currently employed by Clif- had a matching dress except wished, greeted the couple at ford-Nichols Printers of r their home at 5 North Court Plymouth. Her fiance is Street, Woodsville. employed by the New Ham-+ pshire Electric Cooperative. ow ousmess teacher A January wedding is /i . WOODSVILLE planned. tves award honor HALLOWEENPARTY WOODSVILLE-- All children RI)-- Oxbow High former VBTA President age 12 and under have been di]l Oiness teacher Betty Herbert Wheeler. invited to a Halloween Party Engagement , ,Yme+has been given Teaching business to high at the Woodsville Fire Station ermont Business school students is nothing new on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 4:00 annoullod Association Award to Balch, who has taught at. to 6:00 p.m. There will be LEBANON Mr. and  Mrs. Oxbow since the prizes for costumes, games, Robert C. Foote of. I.,€noq, tstanding Business High School * s +.;- . school was built in the early and apple bobbing. Refresh- N.H. wish to announce the" received the award on 1970's. She had also taught for merits will be served. The St b Mark and Lisa Hedge Ptdittcal 4drertisternrnt What Dick Snellin$ Promised GOVERNOR SNELLING DELIVERED;. Vermont's Dream for EflUAL OPPORTUNITIES IN is Now Closer to a Reality Paid for by Snelling '82 Committee s: ', engagement of their daughter oct 14, at aver- t00ee years, prior to the event is being sponsored by Kelly I00se to R0bm Z. '... inss . Teaqhers construction of Oxbow, at the the Woodsville Fire Depar- Holmes Jr., Son of Mary * tion conference  An old Bradford Academy School. tment, the American Legion l Burlington. •"She BalchisaresidentofLyme, Ross-Wood Post 20, and the Holmes and the late Robert E: the award from N.H. Modern Woodmen of America Holmes of Penacook, N,H. llitV No date has been set r e company, Harold Puffer, wedding. College to recruit at Oxbow agent. IPOP'.D On Oct. 29, career-oriented liberal arts [oyette, Admissions in Vermont, can speak college at Trinity College, with Goyette at 1:00 p.m. in lli:, Vt., will visit the Guidance Office. Infor- gh School. mation on the college and its lllb? and Seniors in- two-year and four-year degree [ ' t, attending a small, programs will be available. ampshire College plans Open House Is the .-.van00;e.c.t ttl!/? STER-- The ad- ticular," DeBlasi said. "The Free Church ,( ,_. d ' .j epartmnt at New information seminars we have L'are Collge will hold planned for financial aid and the only true church? :  ,Ouse on Saturday, the admissions recess will be .- ,% p "- t at 9:30 a.m., ac- of interest to any student who tbp Michael DeBlasi, is considering college after No, we are only a part of the €so .Z, admissions high school " much larger "body of Christ." mor+0000orm..onon + lif.m°rmation abont" open house program at NHC,  m general and New contact the offic of act- W@ belJ@v@" |-' e College in @ar- missionsat (603)668-2211. "That the true church is composed of all such l'41O]t. d persons who through saving faith in ,esus Christ have been regenerated by the Holy Spirit and are  conlete o united together in the body of Chri,t of which He it .: ORD... John W. De The semmar, wmcn was is the head." i Plateau Acres, held at the Companies' Home +t:?t, local representative Office in Omaha, NE, features ^ local segment o! thal true church can be found at: ,'te real of Omaha and special sessions dealing with ,t l"+; o! Omaha Bradford Evangelical Free Church e'te awarded  was individual and family life I Car- insurance programming. eVe c '=[n ''ftf3yrO{lcenc for De Ronde is associated with W.rship ,'rvi('e t t :tm ROUTES t,kmday "Scheel :45 Yfan the Ray Moss Division Office, I,OWER PLAIN i . life in- representatives for Mutual BilIWick. M. I)iv..Pastor arketing! and United in South ' (g02) 222-9@21 Burlington. ' ' The groomsmen and There were approximately 325 ringbearer wore burgundy guests at the reception. Music tuxedo's with pink ruffled was provided by the band The shirts and burgundy bow ties.,+, Reasons. The beautiful five The boutonnieres were of a cti,er cake, decorated with single pink rose. roses and doves, was made by A reception was held at the Mrs. Ronald Bishop, aunt of Armory in Bradford, Vt. the groom. III + I III Of DupOnt Antron ® Nylon Textured with polntelle and panels, com- bine to make this-cowl neck slip-on the smartest long sleeve going in Antron ® Nylon. I II IIII I ,0.,o. -, [ OPEN FRIOA J ,.+ 7+Y00Z ......... o,,, : • " J St. Johnsbury, Vt. • WooOsvil/e, N,?. ? WHO AR NAZAR" Concerning Jesus Christ,the Bible says: " And he came and dwelt in a city called Iazareth that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophets, He shall be called a Nazarene." St. atthew 2:23 Concerning St. Paul : " For we have found this man a pestilent fellow, and a mover of sedition among all the Jews throughout the world, and a ringleader of the sect of the Nazarenes." Acts Of Apostles 24:5 The " Nazarenes " today are a"straight", orthodox, international denomination organized at Pilot Point, Texas in 1908. Their theological roots are grounded in Martin Luther's 16th century re-discovery of personal salvation found in Romans 5,:1; And in the 18th century re-d£scovery of heart cleansing from inbred, or original sin through Jesus Christ as taught by John Wesley. It Thessalonians 4:3 For Nazarenes ; to be " born aain ", is to, by faith in Christ, utterly forsake all acts of sin,(I John 3:8,9) and all social , " ' s' II I contact which would lead back to sznnzng.To be sanctified" is to without reserve, submit their body,mind and spirit to Christ for cleansing from the original, inbred sin nature and receive, by faith the fullness of the Holy Spirit's love which is simultaneous and consequent upon such cleansing. Ist Thessalonians 5:23,24 To both works of divine grace the Holy Spirit bears inner assurance. (No___tt speakin in an unknown tongue or orivate prayer lanuae.)Rom. 8:15/Acts i5:9 For Nazarenes t There is but one mediator between man and God which is Jesus Christ. I Timothy 2:5 God's Word, the Holy Bible is our one rule of faith and practic e II Tim.3:16, Hebrews 4:i2; Everyone is included in the invitation to be saved. John 3:i6; But each must wersonal!y come in God's time and on His terms. John 6:44,45,i4:6 II Corinthians 6:2 lan  always frem to choose. Choosing changes the direction we are going. Choosing Christ=life. Choosing to sin after choosing Christ, and unconfessed=spiritual death. Ezekiel 18:4,20 IN EVERY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE ts a ttendin friends are seeking completeness in Christ alone.K,ost of its members are in possession of one or both of the two Biblical graces above. Some of its members and friends are backslidden;bringing 'repreach upon C-st and His "body" the church. Unless repented of and forsaken they will be eternally lost. Some of its members and friends are hypocrites who want identification with Christ but are + counterfeit. Their hope shall perish. Job 8:i3,i4 THERE IS A WLCOP/ AND ROOM FOR EVERY SINCERE,INQUIRIJG IND AFTER CHRILT ' " Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest." Malt.11:28 TRIITY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 63 Horsemeadow Road, North Haverhill, New Hampshire_ 03774 (603) 787 6177 S U N D A Y S alph Hysong, Pastor Bible Study for all ages 9:45 a.m. ?/orning Worship 11:00 a.m. Teen Fellowship ( [!any monthly special activities ) 6:00 p.m. Preaching Service 7:00 D.m. MID WEEK PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN_LEARNERS CLASSES FOR NEW CHRITIAN October 27, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 00=00nish student lives th Bradfor o t d family PORD An AFS h living in Bradford, Elsinore, Denmark, -- tfmlr miles from Sweden. H | is Astrid Egerod | with Noel and | and family on rae is living I, .' Gaiser • _Street. arrived in New York on ,,,, and spent four days of ,_tion at C.W. Post :'e: Orientation included • ions with other Danes -- et between the U.S. IU" Litjr homeland. After 8.  six days and 5O ./. m all, Astrid arrived in P+|Rlton where she was 8/'t. l by the Gaises. has now been in for two and one-half She is most amazed she thinks and U in English and that already forgotten ! her native tongue, MY the slang words. her father called one Lisa Pierson wed to Mark Hodae E. CORINTH-- Lisa Pierson, flower girl was April Gregory, were trimmed with burgundy Each bridesmaid carried a satin ribbon and ivory lace. single rose. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. friend ofbrideandgroom. Gene Lee Pierson Sr., and The organ music was played Mark Hedge, son of Mr. and by Joyce Pierson. The soloist Mrs. Paul Hedge, were united was Charlotte Bishop who in marriage on Sept. II, at the played the guitar and sangthe East Corinth Congregational wedding song, "There is Church. The double-ring, love". candle-light ceremony was The bride was escorted to performed by Reverend the alter by her father. Lisa Richard White. wore a chantilly lace and Maid of honor was Suzy organza gown with an empire Pierson, sister to the bride, waist• The all lace bodice and the best man was Greg accented with pearls had a Hedge (cousin to the groom). Queen Ann neckline and long Bridesmaids were: Kristal full lace sleeves. The organza Pierson, sister of the bride; sunburst pleated skirt had a Lisa Pierson, sister-in-law to crystal pleated flounced brida; Julie Courtemanche, hemline which extended into a Darlene Gautreau, Beth chapel train. The wedding Barton -- all friends of the gown had a matching chan- bride andgroom, tilly laced veil with a head- Groomsmen were: Gene piece of baby pink roses and and Melvin Pierson, brothers stephanotis, which matched of the bride; with Jeff the bridal bouquet. Gautreau, Brian Cour- The mother of the bride temanche, and Kurt Benzie -- wore a sea mist green street friends of bride and groom, length dress with a ruffled Ring bearer was Matthew neckline. Pierson, brother of bride, and The groom wore a burgundy tuxedo with a white ruffled shirt, and a burgundy bow tie. Evangelical Free His boutonniere was a single an English word popped white rose surrounded by tiny IL e and there during the Church llreIM white stephanotis. The +..ation, all quite natural groom's mother wore a iLs'icl, but her father was  Gtft ek burgundy street dress with a ,hatsurprised. CORINTH-- The Eastern ruffledneckline• d has been to eight District Association of the The bridesmaids and flower ) flUng'a, n countries and had Evangelical Free Church of girl wore full length Gunny ) m Greenland for four America held its 91st anntlal Sax gowns with a small =" Her father speaks conference Oct. 18-22 at burgundy flower print set in a If nguages and she EXCHANGE STUDENT--Stopping by the Journal Trumbull, Conn. Pastor  pink background. The gowns IK, is learning her rSiXth, recently for a visit was exchange student Astrid William Wick of Bradford, im+ • It would appea that • l[resting future is in Egerod of Denmark. The teenager, part of the AFS Paul Boone of Orfordville, || tt+]Ir llr this AFS student• Ruth Jones, Suzanne program, attends Oxbow High School in Bradford. She Chambers and Elizabeth anisb teenager is is living with Noel and Berniee Gaiser on Main Street. Copeland all of Corinth xbow High School, represented the Bradford h. the entire system Evangelical Free Church. . ¢lifferent than the The Association consists of She says we have a custom. She has been used to completely different for her-- ninety churches located in 13 hoie of subjects, lots white bread, marmalade, no goose on the table, no real of the Eastern States. Dr. , a less structured cereal, cheese, and honey in candles on the tree, and no Kenneth Meyer, President of ]her, and a longer the morning-- never eggs and special rice dessert with one Trinity Evangelical Divinity  of years that a student bacon. Lunch means an open- whole almond inside (the School, Dee,field, Ill., the ,m. ted._, to be in secondary faced sandwich of hard dark lucky person getting the seminary of the Evangelical •- ' " rye bread with salami, almond in his dish gets the FreeClch, was the featured 15 JP |Mlll; h students are not liverpaste or other meat, almond present). Instead, she "speaker. He reported growth h.msarily required to attend never a closed sandwich, will probably go to church, get of the seminary to a student : long as they can pass Peanut is rarely eaten, but a visit from Santa Claus, eat body of more than 1000 blieasional quizzes and Astrid's family ate it because turkey and other Christmas students making it one of the C gulL  • test. The bg exam they had American relatives delights, and join in family fun largest theological seminaries " at the end of the ninth who supplied them. Astrid is and fellowship, in the nation. . It is a very difficult and also not accustomed to the The American Field Service The conference was I Hensive test. Passing amount of canned and program is designed to highlighted by a delegate /°rkaygo prepackaged food -- rows and promote lear ning sad un-decision to divide the 91 year • ' " rows of tin, plastic, and boxes derstanding among the old Association of Churches in our stores, peoples of the world. In recent into three regional districts. With the holidays coming, years, the Bradfor@ area has One of the districts will consist k ts a great deal of the Gaisers are looking for- had the opportunity to know of the six New England states. e and the need for ward to giving Astrid a taste students from Norway, The decision stemmed from ic achievement in the of our special food and dif- Argentina, England, New continuing nation-wide growth n school system, ferent customs. The first new Zealand, New York State, and of the church• lh always an important experience will be Halloween Maryland -- and new Den- There are four Evangelical -i rdaily living and Astrid and then Thanksgiving, both mark. She will bespeaking to Free Churches in Vermont: :I' a few differences. A days not recognized i Den- area organizations after Windsor, Barre, areakfast is not the Danish mark. Christmas ..will be February. White River Junction. The . newest of the Vermont +-if]p  churches began holding services at White River d and Mary Young look back on fwst year Junction on Oct.3. • /ILLE-- As the first Given in marriage by her for a wine velvet jacket. "t{ii approached of brother, Wayne Lees, N. Serving as best man was x, mng of Alfred and Haverhill, the bride was at- Kenneth Wheeler, Woodsville. Melissa Henson and :i(Z°ung; it was time to tired in a long sleeved gown of Dale Bishop and Peter Gibson, Robert Moulton crepe with sheer yoke trim- Monroe wereushers. i  . 24, 1981, Mary Lees, ned with lace and beads. She The bride's mother chose a engaged  Of DavidLees, Long carried a bouquet of floral, street-length jacketed N. HAVERHILL-- Mr. and ,..Y., and Mrs. Lillian varicolored flowers and dress. o  0Odsville, was united baby's breath. Mrs. Eugene Burt, having Mrs. Everett Henson of N. Haverhill have announced the '1' t t age to Alfred Young, Her sister, Cynthia Estes, brought Alfred up since he engagement of their daughter, i was ten, sat in the mother's h annah Young Hudson, was her matron of honor, ,:,e, at St. Luke's wearing a long full pleated place. She wore a two piece Melissa, to Robert Moulton of  a!. Church by Rev. dress topped off with a lace ivory and gilt thread knit. Campion, N.H. Melissa is a graduate of "+ !I  erogstad, who per- trimmed navy velvet jacket. Following the reception at Woodsville High School and is Z  lythe double ring Karen Hudson, bridesmaid, the Parish House, those who currently employed by Clif- had a matching dress except wished, greeted the couple at ford-Nichols Printers of r their home at 5 North Court Plymouth. Her fiance is Street, Woodsville. employed by the New Ham-+ pshire Electric Cooperative. ow ousmess teacher A January wedding is /i . WOODSVILLE planned. tves award honor HALLOWEENPARTY WOODSVILLE-- All children RI)-- Oxbow High former VBTA President age 12 and under have been di]l Oiness teacher Betty Herbert Wheeler. invited to a Halloween Party Engagement , ,Yme+has been given Teaching business to high at the Woodsville Fire Station ermont Business school students is nothing new on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 4:00 annoullod Association Award to Balch, who has taught at. to 6:00 p.m. There will be LEBANON Mr. and  Mrs. Oxbow since the prizes for costumes, games, Robert C. Foote of. I.,€noq, tstanding Business High School * s +.;- . school was built in the early and apple bobbing. Refresh- N.H. wish to announce the" received the award on 1970's. She had also taught for merits will be served. The St b Mark and Lisa Hedge Ptdittcal 4drertisternrnt What Dick Snellin$ Promised GOVERNOR SNELLING DELIVERED;. Vermont's Dream for EflUAL OPPORTUNITIES IN is Now Closer to a Reality Paid for by Snelling '82 Committee s: ', engagement of their daughter oct 14, at aver- t00ee years, prior to the event is being sponsored by Kelly I00se to R0bm Z. '... inss . Teaqhers construction of Oxbow, at the the Woodsville Fire Depar- Holmes Jr., Son of Mary * tion conference  An old Bradford Academy School. tment, the American Legion l Burlington. •"She BalchisaresidentofLyme, Ross-Wood Post 20, and the Holmes and the late Robert E: the award from N.H. Modern Woodmen of America Holmes of Penacook, N,H. llitV No date has been set r e company, Harold Puffer, wedding. College to recruit at Oxbow agent. IPOP'.D On Oct. 29, career-oriented liberal arts [oyette, Admissions in Vermont, can speak college at Trinity College, with Goyette at 1:00 p.m. in lli:, Vt., will visit the Guidance Office. Infor- gh School. mation on the college and its lllb? and Seniors in- two-year and four-year degree [ ' t, attending a small, programs will be available. ampshire College plans Open House Is the .-.van00;e.c.t ttl!/? STER-- The ad- ticular," DeBlasi said. "The Free Church ,( ,_. d ' .j epartmnt at New information seminars we have L'are Collge will hold planned for financial aid and the only true church? :  ,Ouse on Saturday, the admissions recess will be .- ,% p "- t at 9:30 a.m., ac- of interest to any student who tbp Michael DeBlasi, is considering college after No, we are only a part of the €so .Z, admissions high school " much larger "body of Christ." mor+0000orm..onon + lif.m°rmation abont" open house program at NHC,  m general and New contact the offic of act- W@ belJ@v@" |-' e College in @ar- missionsat (603)668-2211. "That the true church is composed of all such l'41O]t. d persons who through saving faith in ,esus Christ have been regenerated by the Holy Spirit and are  conlete o united together in the body of Chri,t of which He it .: ORD... John W. De The semmar, wmcn was is the head." i Plateau Acres, held at the Companies' Home +t:?t, local representative Office in Omaha, NE, features ^ local segment o! thal true church can be found at: ,'te real of Omaha and special sessions dealing with ,t l"+; o! Omaha Bradford Evangelical Free Church e'te awarded  was individual and family life I Car- insurance programming. eVe c '=[n ''ftf3yrO{lcenc for De Ronde is associated with W.rship ,'rvi('e t t :tm ROUTES t,kmday "Scheel :45 Yfan the Ray Moss Division Office, I,OWER PLAIN i . life in- representatives for Mutual BilIWick. M. I)iv..Pastor arketing! and United in South ' (g02) 222-9@21 Burlington. ' ' The groomsmen and There were approximately 325 ringbearer wore burgundy guests at the reception. Music tuxedo's with pink ruffled was provided by the band The shirts and burgundy bow ties.,+, Reasons. The beautiful five The boutonnieres were of a cti,er cake, decorated with single pink rose. roses and doves, was made by A reception was held at the Mrs. Ronald Bishop, aunt of Armory in Bradford, Vt. the groom. III + I III Of DupOnt Antron ® Nylon Textured with polntelle and panels, com- bine to make this-cowl neck slip-on the smartest long sleeve going in Antron ® Nylon. I II IIII I ,0.,o. -, [ OPEN FRIOA J ,.+ 7+Y00Z ......... o,,, : • " J St. Johnsbury, Vt. • WooOsvil/e, N,?. ? WHO AR NAZAR" Concerning Jesus Christ,the Bible says: " And he came and dwelt in a city called Iazareth that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophets, He shall be called a Nazarene." St. atthew 2:23 Concerning St. Paul : " For we have found this man a pestilent fellow, and a mover of sedition among all the Jews throughout the world, and a ringleader of the sect of the Nazarenes." Acts Of Apostles 24:5 The " Nazarenes " today are a"straight", orthodox, international denomination organized at Pilot Point, Texas in 1908. Their theological roots are grounded in Martin Luther's 16th century re-discovery of personal salvation found in Romans 5,:1; And in the 18th century re-d£scovery of heart cleansing from inbred, or original sin through Jesus Christ as taught by John Wesley. It Thessalonians 4:3 For Nazarenes ; to be " born aain ", is to, by faith in Christ, utterly forsake all acts of sin,(I John 3:8,9) and all social , " ' s' II I contact which would lead back to sznnzng.To be sanctified" is to without reserve, submit their body,mind and spirit to Christ for cleansing from the original, inbred sin nature and receive, by faith the fullness of the Holy Spirit's love which is simultaneous and consequent upon such cleansing. Ist Thessalonians 5:23,24 To both works of divine grace the Holy Spirit bears inner assurance. (No___tt speakin in an unknown tongue or orivate prayer lanuae.)Rom. 8:15/Acts i5:9 For Nazarenes t There is but one mediator between man and God which is Jesus Christ. I Timothy 2:5 God's Word, the Holy Bible is our one rule of faith and practic e II Tim.3:16, Hebrews 4:i2; Everyone is included in the invitation to be saved. John 3:i6; But each must wersonal!y come in God's time and on His terms. John 6:44,45,i4:6 II Corinthians 6:2 lan  always frem to choose. Choosing changes the direction we are going. Choosing Christ=life. Choosing to sin after choosing Christ, and unconfessed=spiritual death. Ezekiel 18:4,20 IN EVERY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE ts a ttendin friends are seeking completeness in Christ alone.K,ost of its members are in possession of one or both of the two Biblical graces above. Some of its members and friends are backslidden;bringing 'repreach upon C-st and His "body" the church. Unless repented of and forsaken they will be eternally lost. Some of its members and friends are hypocrites who want identification with Christ but are + counterfeit. Their hope shall perish. Job 8:i3,i4 THERE IS A WLCOP/ AND ROOM FOR EVERY SINCERE,INQUIRIJG IND AFTER CHRILT ' " Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest." Malt.11:28 TRIITY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 63 Horsemeadow Road, North Haverhill, New Hampshire_ 03774 (603) 787 6177 S U N D A Y S alph Hysong, Pastor Bible Study for all ages 9:45 a.m. ?/orning Worship 11:00 a.m. Teen Fellowship ( [!any monthly special activities ) 6:00 p.m. Preaching Service 7:00 D.m. MID WEEK PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN_LEARNERS CLASSES FOR NEW CHRITIAN