Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on May 28, 1971 · Page 7
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'DANGEROUS STUFF .. .GREAT POWER FOR GOOD' Fast- By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — In calmly precise, matter-of- fact manner, he stood at the rostrum fielding questions from a roomful of critics about one of the staanigest, fastest spreading phenomena in the religious world today. , Someone asked.if it could be dangerous. ing Religious Like Electricity "It can be if it .turns a person inwaird on himself rather than outward in love," said the Rev. Kenneitih L. Pagard of Chula Vista, Calif. "It's like elec- Mcity. It's dangerous stuff, but if rightly used, it's a great power for good." What, another asked, is its main purpose? "It is primarily a gift of pow- ear for the ministry. It is to mien and women face to face with the reality of the living God." The Rev. Mr. Pagard, 38, coordinator of the American •Baptist Charismatic Fellowship, was talking about an unusual spiritual activity now sur- gimg within most denominations. Protestant and Roman Catholic. Called the charismatic move- Graduates Of 1971 Honored V A graduate breakfast last Sunday at the Church of the Brethren, honoried 1971 graduates who are member of the church. Serving the breakfast was the Nunture Commission, Mrs. Harry Hewson was chairman of the breakfast. Kenny Enislow acted as master of ceremonies, with David Grabb giving the blessing. The welcome was given by Tim Gillian, with *he response given by Mrs. Heniry Gillian Jr. ••' Speaker for the event was Mrs. Ray Shearmine. •-, Candi Loper,- Robin toper, Ra.tihy Smith, and Mrs, Robert' Loper, presented "Up With People.'' Graduate honored were _ Kemny Barber, Holcomb eighth grade graduate; Clinton Carman, Douglas Coulter, Neil Enslow, Rhonda Crook, Shenri Lancaster, Kathy Smith, Ra- moraa Atkinson, and Melva Hoskinson, graduates of Garden City;. Junior High; Candi Lopei;, 'Gregg Shedirmire, Steve Boyd, Paul Orabb, Stevi Coulter, Tim GdJlan, Peggy Lancaster and Lee Whiiteley, graduates cf Garden City High School; Richard Schneider, D'ighton High School graduate; Brenda (Braves,' Northwestern Lutheran Academy, Mobridge, S.D.; Lemice Steinmeitz and Tom Gillan, Garden City Community Junior College; Jama Ulrich, Garden City school of cosmetology;. Ron and Jan Mills., Fort Hays State College; Archie Moody, Empoiit State College; Barry! Graves and Roger Smith, Kansas State University; Robert Yost, Kansas Uniivensiity; 'and Larry Schneider, Panhandle State University, Goodwel, Ofcla. Garden Valley's VBS Set to Start "Jesus — Today's Answer" is the theme. of 1ihe Vacation Bible School to"' be conducted at the Garden Valley Church May 31- June 11. Classes will be 'for Khider- gariben through 8t)h grade stu- denits. Teachers and helpers are Mus. Max Graber, Mrs. Sally Rohlf, Mi's, Willbur Hekening, Mirs. Al DEDICATION SPEAKER Dr. Phillip G Redd Slid wife. He is president of the Colorado-New Mexico Mission. ' Dedication of the Garden City Branch Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 619 E. Mary, will be ait 6 p.m. tonight. . • for the evenit will x Page ? Garden City Telngram Friday, May 28, 1971 PI AIM IS HERE'S JOE COOL N HAN6IN6AROUNP THESTUPENTl/NION, CHICKS . JOE COOLS AK? CARePTOfl OF CHICKS SNUFFY 2>MtTH _. be Phillip G. Redd,^ Denver,' president of. the Colorado-New Mexico Mission. A native of Canada, Dr. Redd has served as head of the Colorado-New -Mexico Mb- sion since June, 1969 ;J He hai served with the church educational system as seminary principal in Ma©rath and Leth- bridige, Albanta Canada, and as institute director in LeAh- bridge, PuHman, Wasih., and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He has ailiso served on the High Councils of the Lewistoii, Idaho, and Edmonton Stakes of the Church. Presideinit Redd served « fulltime mission for the church In the Canadian Mission from 1950-52. Since bhait time, he has served two stake missions' in the Taylor and Lethbridige States. Redd received his bachelor's degree >at 'the University of Alberta in 1956, Ms/ master's' degree «it Brigham Young University in 1961, and his Doc- toinate at Washington . State ; University in 1967. Mrs. was/trained as a teacher' at • the Univer®rty of /Alberta. - Represenrtiing the general presidency of the chui^ch, located in Salt Lake City, Utah, ford, Mrs. Don Dam'berry7"thie Rev. Horace Brdsford, Beverly Wiebe and Beverly Harms. Director is Mrs. Art Wiebe. A Bible School also will be conducted at the Harmony . School on Eminence Rt. May' 31-June 5; f Teactoens and helpers there ane Mrs. Roy Bontrager, Mrs. Delmer Dunhaim, Mrs. Charles Peterson, Mra. Jake Ens, Miis. Dave Regier and Miss Menilee Joyce. Director of the school ait Harmony is Mrs. ' Harold Bradt. Plenty of Apartments DALLAS (AP) — There are more apartments vacant now than at any time since 1954, says Devane Clarke, president .Eldtr Marvin J. Ashton will be Marvin J. Ashton, an assistant to the Council of Twelve Apostles, who wil dedicate the building. Following the dedication, a general area conference wM be conducted ait 8 p.m. in Clifford Hope Auditorium. Elder Ashton, and President Redd ' wilL-speiak to members of the churdi Jand , public, from the Kansas West amid 1 Kansas Central Districts. Branch president is Eldon Anderson. "His Church 'For Our Day" is the theme of. vacation Bible of the. of the Texas .sociatioh. Apartment As- Nazamjfe; 1310'E. Kansas. Children, ages 4-14 have been invited to attend. Classes will meet from 9 to 11:30 a.m. five days a week from May »1 to June.. 11. buses will run each day for children who need -rides to. the church. Those needing rides are asked to call 275-5456. , Teacher* : 'and workers include Mrs. Leon Nicholson, Glenma Coombs, Earlene Ferguson, Mrs. Harold Thompson, Rlhonia Hands, Mrs. Beve Nichols, Mrs. Leland McGraw, MIPS. David Dooley,. Connie Storm an, Bonnie Ball, Mrs. Cur/tis Coomibs, Jeanette Leeper, Joan Stroman, Wanda Phil- dps, Tt-aci Yai'dley, Mrs. 0. J. Peteffehj Mrs. Herbert Hayes, Mrs. -;Veirneai, : Matheson, Mrs. Herbert Livingston, ^Carolyn Stroman, ElRita Reule, Eve- St. Thomas Rector Conference Dean The Rev. John P. Baiitiholo- mew, rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, wil be dean of Senior High School Youth Conference of Episcopal Diocese of Western Kansas. The conference wiM begin Sunday and last unibil June, at Pecusa Conference Center on the Webster Reservoir near Stockton. Other Garden Citians who wil accompany Father Bartholomew 'are Dr. and Mrs, Paul! Need and Mrs. Kenneth Carl. The 'three will serve as conference counselors. Father Bartholomew took part in a recent four-day meeting in Laredo, Tex., for Episcopal pniesta of Mexico, bor- dering states and other states with a large Mexican-American population in the United States. Co-toost's for the border evenit were the Rt. -Rev. George Dicus, Suffragan Bishop of West Texas and the Rt. Rev. Guadalupe Saucede, Episcopal Bishop of Mexico. Meetings took place in Christ the King parish in Laredo, lyn KillM, Mrs. Eldon Newberry, Mrs. John Sims, Mrs. Tennis Monter, Herbert Hayes, Mrs. .David Stroman, Cecilia Fraze, Mrs. LaiTy Mill'er, Mrs. Doyle Mcd-raw, Mrs. Steve Gates, Mrs. David Harmon, Mrs. Floyd Hands, Mrs. Edward Pennebafcer, Rev. Le-. lamd Watkins, Mrs. Leland Watkins, Mrs. Charles Wells, Beverly Pennebaker, Mrs. Charles Hager, Bonnie Kisner, Mrs. Dale Jonagan, Kent Stro-, roan, Don Quint, Rusty Ferguson, and Betty Simmons. ment, 'its participants report an infusion of the Holy Spirit that empowers their faith with confidence, assurance of God's presence, more vital prayer, frequent heaitogs, greater con- for others and which ordinarily manifests itself through glossolalia, speech in unknown tongues. God is diOilng a big thin>g today," the Rev. Mr. Pagard said in an interview. "It's going to. have a real impact in renewing the churches." The movieimenit cuts across denomaaatioinial lines, often involving ecumenical groups on campuses and in local communities, as well as many individual pairishies and pastors, Lutheran, Episcopal, Methodist, Presbyterian and other mainline churches, whicih shunned it as an .chanaobedstic of smaller-Pente- Costel groups. The tongues-speaking is "only one part of the package and a min'or part," said the' Rev. Mr. Pagaird, pastor of the Chula Vista's First Baptist church where the "gift of, the Spirit" has led many familliss to open their homes to others, in the communal pattern of original Christanifty. "In our ' efaurich, we hardly ever mention tongues-speaking," he said. "It's commonly accepted, but it's primarily for use in private devotions. It's direct spiritual communication, from our spirit to God." Howiever, the "tongues" aspect has drawn a disproportionate ^amount of public attention because of "vague fears" of the odd and unifiamdl- iar, he said under quesitiondntg at sessions of the recent American Baptist Convention here. "People today are afraid of anything supernatural," he said. Buit, someone asked, didn't St. Paul wairn against it in First Cormtihians 14? "Indeed, he did warn against its abuse," the Rev. Mr. Pa- giard said. "He saw that siome were overdoing it 'ill church'— that's the qualifying word. "But in the same passage, lie also said he wanted all believers to speak in tongues in theiir devotions,, and said he was thankful that he did so more llhan any of them. Modern Christians wear 'blinders' against those points." The Rev. Mr. Pagard said the "Spirit" experience was a "normal part.dl Chrisitian life" from the beginning—'and not an exceptional thing. "It.is intended for ail Christians as a normal condition," he said. "But the church today is in.- an abnormal condition. The main thing wrong is that it lacks the real presence of the Holy Spirit operatinig in power." The original maniifestaitiofi of it, as described in Acts 2, came with ithe outpouring of the Spirit ait PenAecost, imbuing the apostles with courage and persuasiveness. Pentecost Sunday To Be Observed Pentecost will be recognized hi the worship at the 'First Ohrisitian Church Sunday morning. The scriptural background for the sermon on Pentecost Sunday wiU be the second chapter of Acts. The Guild will meet in the home of Mrs. Howard Stoaw, 1610 Jan, Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The covered dish supper and meeting will climax the church year. Mrs. Daniel Nash will be the assistant hostess. CWF General will be in Baker Chapel Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. There will be an installation of officers and the Blessing WHAT'S TH 1 DfiDBLJRN RUSH, LOWEEZV? SHAKE A LfllG, WllLVE ; SllflS? THE RYATTS THAT'S My PEANUT MICKEY MOUSE -TAK1N' CHRISTMAS TREE1 GOT A CHOKE X'M NOT OFFANV COME ON , (3OOFY — GOT TWO -, TICKETS TO THE- STEVE CANYON WHY CANT WJM0ST PRAY IN £N0U5H UH...ANYTHIN5 I SHOULDY YeS,$tlAA/V\£R,) PD —-BESIDES OPENING I SET OUT YOUR. MY UMBRELLA ANP X EUROPEAN PHRflSE JUMPING? V-S.V f BOOK... NOW TDEN TO THE GERMAN SECTION... ANP THE SEA JUST AHSAP IT'S THE CERMAN PLANE BEHIND US MOOSE Boxes wil be dedioalted. Tlie Ethel Shreve tess group. will be the hos- Or. M. D. 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