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Among the many bulletins which form the major source of news for this column, I have one, this time, of the Protestant Reformed Worship Services held in Memorial West Community Club, of Houston, Texas. Since it gives something of a picture of Rev. Harbach’s regular labors there, I’d like to pass along some of its contents. “Sunday School (For Children and Adults) 9:30 a.m. Today’s Lesson (No. 13) is in the Book of Joshua (1-4), on “The Crossing of the Jordan.” Next Sunday’s Lesson (No.

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From the looks of this wonderful stack of news, we’re going to have to be selective again this time. Let’s begin with a couple of items most easily dated.  Rev. C. Hanko has declined the call from Doon, Iowa, as has Rev. G. VanBaren the call from Randolph, Wisconsin. Those of you who place announcements in bulletins of other churches might be interested in knowing thatthe new “bulletin-maker” at our Hudsonville church is Mrs. Henry Bergman, 2005 Edson Drive, Hudsonville, Mich. 49426. 

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The 1972 Protestant Reformed Teachers’ Convention is hardly recent enough to be considered “news.” Nor is it, strictly speaking, “from our churches.” But we’ll include it under the above caption, anyway, since information concerning it does not stale with age, and because the Convention concerns itself with something which is, for our churches, of no less importance than the instruction of children of God’s covenant. I have before me several school publications which devoted space to that convention. One is a newsletter from Adams.

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