This has been a productive week. Mr. Meredith and Mr. Ames recorded four Tomorrow’s World programs for the new TV season on the upgraded studio set. The Editorial Department is hard at work doing final edits on the next issue of The
To All Ministers Preaching on the Last Great Day—Please Take Note
Mr. Meredith is asking all ministers who will be giving the sermon on the Last Great Day to cover and expound the deep meaning of that specific Holy Day. In his own recorded Last Great Day message, Mr. Meredith will not expound the specifics of that Feast.
This week Mr. Meredith and Mr. Ames taped the following Tomorrow’s World television programs:
Presenter Title Offers Airs
#283 RCM Christ’s Coming Government Fourteen Signs Announcing Christ’s Return Nov 19
#284 RFA Thanksgiving and Our National Purpose Restoring Apostolic Christianity Nov 26
#285 RCM Victory in the Middle East The
#286 RFA The Day of the Lord The Day of The Lord, CD Dec 10
Mr. Wayne Pyle reports: After jumping through a whole lot of hoops, as it were, we began airing in Salt Lake City on Comcast Cable’s channel 95 at 6:30 a.m. last Thursday, August 17. This channel reaches 300,000 households. And we began airing during prime time last Saturday night, August 19, at 9:30 p.m. on channel 21 in
Last week we received the go-ahead to begin airing on two new commercial TV stations. One is WPAN-TV in
FEAST OF TABERNACLES
Special Music and Talent Evening. Those who plan to observe the Feast of Tabernacles in
Family Day. There will also be a family day activity in Canmore which will consist of a picnic for all ages. Suitable outdoor games for all ages are needed, so please remember to bring your freesbe, soccer ball, football, etc.
Children’s Choir. Finally, parents whose children would like to be in the children’s choir should contact Mrs. Gail Aitchison for music at 604-539-5459 or, by e-mail, at email@example.com.
Teen/Young Singles Cruise. An accurate count and payment is required by Cruise Line Operators in advance. Those interested in attending this activity should send their name and payment (check or money order made payable to Robert Gomperts) by September 18 to Robert Gomperts,
Sound Equipment Volunteers. We are in need of volunteers to operate the sound equipment at the Copper Mountain Feast Site. The sound equipment is being provided by the convention center and we will need people who are experienced in operating it. If you would like to volunteer to serve by running the sound equipment, please email Mr.
Children’s and Teen Choirs. Mrs. Linda Beal will be organizing the children’s choir in
Conscientious Objector Status. As world events worsen, the
For several years, the Church has been encouraging its older teens and young men and women to register their conscientious objection to war and military service. Pastors and elders should be counseling the youth in their areas about the need to consider their commitment to God, His laws and His Church. It is much more difficult to prove a conscientious objection claim after a draft has been instituted, if an individual has not previously gone on record as holding a religious belief against serving in the armed forces.
To request an information packet and forms, an interested young person should contact Legal Affairs here at Headquarters by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 704-844-1960, ext. 228. Time is of the essence; delaying may cause untold grief later to those who do not take action now.
It’s a Matter of Heart. The Bible reveals that God looks on the heart (I Samuel 16:7) and that David was chosen to be king because God saw that David was “a man after My [God’s] own heart” (Acts 13:22). But what exactly did God see in David’s heart? God saw that David was a man “who will do all My will” (Acts 13:22), who “loved” God’s law and meditated on it daily (Psalm 119: 97), who did not argue with the Scriptures, but wanted to understand and live by the laws of God (Psalm 119: 18, 27, 105), who praised God with his whole heart (Psalm 111:1) and who repented wholeheartedly when he was wrong (Psalm 51). We need to remember that God is testing our hearts (Psalm 7:9). Let’s make sure our thoughts, words and actions reflect what God is looking for—which is one of the most important lessons in life (Proverbs 4:23)
Have a profitable Sabbath,
Douglas S. Winnail
NEWS AND PROPHECY—August 24, 2006
Islamism Trumps Arabism. Reports from the Middle East indicate, “Hezbollah’s war with
Global Water Shortages Growing. “More than two billion people already live in regions facing a scarcity of water, and unless the world changes its ways over the next 50 years, the amount of water needed for a rapidly growing population will double,” says researcher David Molden of the International Water Management Institute in
MRSA Infections Spreading. Ten years ago, staphylococcus aureus germs (MRSA) were rarely seen outside of hospitals and nursing homes. Now, more than half of the skin infections treated in the