C.Hinderlie Story of Japanese Prisoner of War
Hills following Morse anc the in afternoon Mason a was Hogbin, examined car Hinderlie Tells .of Beating as Japanese Prisoner of War . "When the Japanese beat me with the lash for the 1st time, each Â· time after that, I had the strange sensation that my Lore was standing beside me holding my hand," said the Rev. Carrol! Hinderlie, Clear Lake, preachini each evening this week at r o'clock at the Spiritual Emphasi; services being conducted at Our Savior's Lutheran church. Mr. Hinderlie, for'38 months prisoner in a Japanese prison .camp, said the 1st time he was beaten he counted 29 lashes he lost count. Pastor Hinderlie is using as theme for the week, "Looking Jesus." Said Hinderlie in his introduction: "Christ Â· makes people feel uncomfortable, and for tha reason many, dp hot like to about Him." In speaking Sunday evening the sub-topic, "Christ the Way,' Pastor Hinderlie said, "Too many Christians are caught in the anxiety .of their own self-concern They have not yet seen the He then explained.the necessity Christians accepting Christ completely as their way. of life. . The general public has been invited by the Rev. Joel Dobbe, pastor.