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Movv^do you keep negative friflu «drtces but tjf ^ fee? Wfifenlftd home is attacked by, Outside influences like drugs, pornography aftd dishonest or immoral role models in movies and television* how can you protect family members? The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints feels that building strong family relationships is one way to help guard the home from negative influences, 'the church counsels its members to spend time together building positive relationships, developing good sdlid friendships within the family. It counsels members to reserve at least one night a week for family activities. The church feels that National Family Week, Nov. (20-26, is a good time to emphasize these relationships. By age 13, a child will usually have spent about 50,000 hours at home. If parents Use those hours to teach a child the principles of what is right and what is wrong, and work at developing a trusting, caring relationship, the family can be in a strong position when attacks come. How can families develop an inner strength to help them through the times of stress? Here are a few suggestions: — Take time to develop friendships within the family. Have regularly scheduled family activities that involve all family members. *f Attend church- of synagogue wte^iy, with the wftdle family. -~ Choose television programs and movies carefully, tf ft situation is portrayed that goes against your mor-' al values, teach your family members that it is not appropriate behavior. ~ Educate the family on the harmful effects of drugs. — Teach the value of honesty and moral ethics to your family. —-Encourage each family member to set a good example for other family members. ' r— Create situations where family members can learn to love each other. "We feel that families can create a home environment that's stable and loving, where the family'can retreat from the problems all too prevalent in the world," said Bishop Bellistbn of the Seguin Ward of the Church of Jes.iis Christ of Latter-day Saints. National Family Week provides an opportunity for us to re-examine just how strong our families are and how we can improve them. . A Man Called Norman , "Love thy neighbor as thyself." It is the second greatest commandment in the Bible and one of the hardest to obey. If heeded by mankind, it would effectively make war, poverty, hunger and injustice obsolete. If applied by an individual, it can change a person forever. Christophers strive to change the world I am not altogether sure what George Bush means when he talks about "a thousand points of light." But it reminds me of something that happened in the Los Angeles Coliseum one night after V-J Day in 1945. More than 100,000 spectators had come to witness a pageant in honor of that city's war heroes. The playing • field had been transformed into a terrifyingly realistic battle scene. Here is one spectator's graphic description of what he saw: "Exploding land mines shook the earth. Batteries of Army tanks roared across the stadium. A mass formation of B-29s swooped down over the great throng of people. "The noise was deafening and the effect overpowering, as if to emphasize the helplessness and insignificance of the individual in the face of so miich mechanical might." Suddenly: all the outbursts stopped and the master of ceremonies stepped to the microphone and said: "Perhaps you sometimes say to yourself, 'My job isn't important because it's such a little job.' But you 're wrong. The most obscure person can be very important. Let me show you what I mean." At that point the great floodlights that bathed every corner of the coliseum were turned, off. The noonday brightness of the great arena was suddenly turned into total darkness. Then the speaker struck a match and in the blackness the tiny flame could be seen by everyone. "Now you can see the importance of one little light," the speaker said. "But suppose we all strike, a light." From all over the vast coliseum came the sound of matches being struck until, faster than it takes to tell, 100,000 pinpoints of light lit up the summer night as everyone gasped with surprise. In the crowd that evening was a Catholic priest named Father James Keller. As he made his way out through milling thousands at the end of the evening's program, he found himself thinking about how comparatively easy it would be to bring peace to the heartsick world if only enough of the wonderful people in it would make a constant effort to spread the light of truth and combat the darkness of error. That was the beginning of the Christopher movement. In 43 years it i.fias enlisted hundreds of thousands of Americans in its crusade to change the world — not through any spectacular means but by encouraging normal, decent, average citizens to get into mainstream American life and quietly, without fanfare, bring the influence of good ideas. Anybody can be a Christopher. There is nothing to join. You don't have to be elected. All you have to do is bring Christ into whatever corner of the world you happen to occupy. Christopher means Christ-bearer. If a good man does nothing more than fill a job that might otherwise be filled by someone whose personal influence on .his fellow workers would be bad rather than good, he is making a worthwhile contribution. He is a Christopher. Not many of us are called to be beacons in a darkened world. But each of us can be a pinpoint of light. And if enough of us are, we can illuminate the whole world. This was the vision of Father Keller that night in. 1945 when he saw 100,000 pinpoints of light turn the darkness of LOS Angeles Coliseum into day. His vision can still be a lamp unto our feet. To whom shall we go? by John W. Caraway Then said Jesus unto' the twelve, Will you also go away? Then Simon Peter answered him, Lord, to whom shall we go? Thou hast the words of eternal life. John 6: (57-68. The multitudes had turned away, leaving only the faithful twelve. Jesus asked if they were going to also go away, Peter gave the profound answer; there wasn't any other place to go. Jesus had, was and is the answer because He had the words of eternal life, a.nd in Him is eternal life. Today, we live in an enlightened, sophisticated, complex society. Technology has swept us into an age of constant change. Our freeways are a continual flow of restless traffic. We are on the move whether we know where we are going or not. We push ourselves, frantically even on our vacations trying to squeeze as much pleasure as we can into them, then we go home exhausted and disappointed we didn't gej, to OQ it all or see it all, We find ourselves going to mar' riage counselors, financial eoimse.* lors, job epunselprs, psychologists and psychiatrists. Meanwhile pur youth are drinking excessively, experimenting, with devastating drugs, petting involved with, wiicli- GK» and sadism, having abortions awl taking tftetf own lives, Roll fa^k toutfy $ pars,,We didn't travel far, nor spend exff$»&ive- ly. We didn't expect much, and were satisfied with what we had. Entertainment was simple. Life revolved around the home, the church and the school. Without television, people read books, and even talked to each other. Families did things together,, and the youngsters enjoyed it instead of insisting they had something else to do. Most rural people leaned on the Bible, believed it and practiced it. Compare those standards with today's trends, and it isn't hard to see where we have left the values which were our foundation, To whom shall we go? I suggest we return to the God of our fathers, the son of whom Christianity is all about, and the book which reveals the nature of God and what he expects of us. We need to take a good look at our values and our priorities, With a threat of economic collapse, moral decay and loss of the home it seems pretty obvious to whom we should go, Movement aims to increase tension CHAPPAQUA; N.Y. CAP) —. Randall A.Terry, founder of the "Operation Rescue" movement u> Mock entrances to abortion etocs, more than 50Q,OOQ arrests in the next 12 , Mike Adkins discovered the.power of love wheft he grudgingly obeyed that command and became a friend to his unlovable neighbor Noi'man. The humordtiS and moving story of their unusual relationship is told in the new film presentation, "A Man Called Norman," which will be shown Dec. 11 at Lakeside Baptist Church at 2525 FM 725 at 11 a.m. family In this release from Focus on the Family, Adkins describes how he befriended Norman, a misfit who had been rejected by everyone in town/ As their relationship grew, Adkins discovered that the road to recovery was a two-way street with very tangible rewards for both men. The film chronicles the unusual friendship, sometimes humorous, sometimes The Segufn GazettS'Enterprise - Friday, November ,25, 1988 - Page 7 BJtO. " "i— _j ifcj. ' ** . .. .. , f". I touching between the two individuals whose lives have been changed forever. Most of the film was shot before an •audience of 5,000 people in the Chicago area. Also included is footage filmed on location at a major league baseball game in St. Louis and at Norman's house in the coal-mining community of West Frankfort, Til, "Mike AdMttsi' stories about Norman are hilaihttis and heartwarming," said Producer Steve Stiles, "but the film also contains a knockout message that will change lives." ,..' Adkins, a speaker, evangelist and singer, became one of the most popular guests in the history of the "Focus On the Family" radio broadcast when he.shared his story about Norman. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CENTRAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 806 N. Camp, 379-1479. - Rev. Robert D. Parr, Pastor. Sunday School, 9:46 a.m.; Sunday morning worship service, 10:45 a.m.; Sunday evening worship service, 6 p.m.; Wednesday worship, 7:30 p.m.; Wm 7 p.m. Wednesday; Missionettes and Royal Rangers, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. HILLCREST ASSEMBLY OF GOD, South 123 Bypass, 379-7631. Rev. Erny McDonough. Sunday School at 9:46 a.m. a'nd worship services at 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mid-week Family Night •services at 7 p.m. Wednesday. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD, Stockdale Highway, 379-3370. Pastor James D. West. FIRST LATIN ASSEMBLY OF GOD, Court and Wetz. 372-2777; Rev. Mario Aguirre, pastor. BAPTIST ELM CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH, Rt. 3, Box 960, Seguin, Hwy. 467 —10 miles; left 1 mile on 639; lea'/. mile on FM 417. 379-4408. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship at 10:30 a.m. Pastor Dr. Glon Norris. McQUEENEY BAPTIST CHURCH, Highway 78, McQueeney. Bro. Don, Caza, pastor. KINGSBURY BAPTIST CHURCH, P.O. Box578,639-4671. Services: Sunday School, 10 a.m., Worship Service at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Wednesday Services a 7 p.m. Pastor, Mitch Kolenosky, ? FOREST HILL BAPTIST CHURCH, FM 1117, 379-0449. Hickory Forest area. Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 p.m. Nursery provided. SOVEREIGN GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH, meets at 1211 N. Peach St. Sunday Services: 10a.m., Sunday School; lla.m., Worship Service; 6 p.m., Evening Worship; 7:30 p.m., Wednesday Worship Service. We conduct worship services at the Care- In Nursing Home at 3:30 p.m. on Sundays, and host a Radio Ministry each Sunday at 5 p.m. on KDRY, San Antonio, 1100 on AM Dial. You are cordiallyinvited to worship with us. Elder Wm. Doyal Thomas, Pastor. 372-5165. COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH, 220 Preston Dr., 372-3953. Pastor Kevin Burden. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; morning worship, 11 a:m.; eveningservice, 7 p.m.; Wednesday service, 7 p.m. CAPOTE BAPTIST CHURCH, 466 Capote Road, Seguin. The Rev. Willie Wilson Sr., pastor. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH, Campbell Street, 379-3773. Rev. Alfred J. Johnson, pastor. NEW ST. JAMES BAPTIST CHURCH, 302 Rosemary, 379-5063. Rev. A.J. Malone. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH, 609 S. Guadalupe St. 379-7318. GREATER SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH, 208 S. Crockett, 379-3211. The Rev. Frankie Rivers, pastor. TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH, Sunday: 9:30 Bible Study; 10:45 Morning Worship; 6:00 Evening Worship; Wednesday 7:00 Mid-week Services. 1201 W. Court, 379-5724. Rev. Timothy Edwards. SWEET HOME BAPTIST CHURCH, FM 409, Seguin, Texas. The Rev. E.L. Roach, pastor. MILLER ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH, 15535 Miller Rd., St. Hedwig in the Zuehl community. Rev. Ron Dyess. ZION HILL BAPTIST CHURCH, P.O. Box 41, Seguin, 379-3045. The Rev. Leon Morris, pastor. IGLESIA BAUTISTA, "El Buen Pastor,"5010BluebonnetSt. SWEET CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH, Kingsbury, TX. Rev. Emanuel Carpenter, Sr. Pastor. UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH, 1514 N. San Marcos St., Rev. Roy Nelson, 379-5543. NEW SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH, Rt. 6, Box 80, Seguin, 379-1311. Rev. H.E. Morris, pastor. IGLESIA BAPTIST EMMANUEL, 2119 Chapman Street, 372-3814. Rev. Jose Alvarado. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 1314 E. Cedar. Schedule of services: Sunday, 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School; 10:50 a.m.—Morning Worship Service; 7:00 p.m. — Evening Worship Service. Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. — Evening Worship Service. GREATER PILGRIMREST BAPTIST CHURCH, 401 E. Crave), 379-6632. Rev. George Brown, pastor. CATHOLIC OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE, 724 N. Goodrich, 379-4338. Rev. John Dowling, msf, pastor Father Gary Ferret, msf associate, Rev. Mr. Nick Carrillo, deacon. ST. JAMES, 510 S. Camp. 379-1796. Father Thomas O'Callaghan. Saturday mass, 6 p.m.; Sunday mass, 8:30 a.m. and XI a.m. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH, P.O. Box 24, Marion, 058-4350. Rev. Robert Silverman. Sunday mass at 9:30 a.m. Religious education classes, Sunday 11 a.m. JEHOVAH'S WITNESS KINGDOM HALL OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES, 1367 Eastwood Dr., 379-9339. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS, 1111 E. College. Sunday services: sacrament, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday School, 10:50 a.m.; priesthood and auxiliary, 11:30 a.m. Bishop, 372-3003. CHURCH OF CHRIST CHURCH OF CHRIST, 1351 E. Walnut, 379-6857. Bobby JcfTcoat, minister. Sunday Bible study at 9 a.m.; worship, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Wednesday: Bible study, 7 p.m. HEIDEKE STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST, 2120 N. Heidekc. Eddie Callender Jr., preacher. 379-8308 or 372-1655. INTER-DENOMINATIONAL FAITH COMMUNITY CHURCH, 920 E. College, 372>3040 or 379-1613j The Rev. Ted J. Wells, pastor. GOOD NEWS FELLOWSHIP CHURCH AND GOOD NEWS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY, 1123 Spur South (B&B Road). Frank Willoughby, pastor. 372-0460. GOSPEL LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH, 196 Tor Dr., 372-0851, 372-5245. Roy K. lliley, pastor. EPISCOPAL ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 201 W. Nolle, 372-4330. The Rev. Logan E. Taylor, Interim Rector; the Rev. John Payne, assisting (retired). Sunday services: 8 a.m. and 9 a.m.; Holy Eucharist, 11:15 a.m.; Holy Eucharist on 1st, 2nd and 4th Sundays; morning prayer on 3rd and 5th Sundays. Christian education for all ages, 9:15 a.m. Junior and Senior Youth groups, Sunday evenings. Tuesday: 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon. Wednesday: 7 a.m., Brotherhood of St. Andrew; 9:30 a.m., Holy Eucharist with healing rite; 10:30 a.m., Women's study group. Thursday: 12:06 p.m., Holy Eucharist. LUTHERAN CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ELM CREEK, FM 467 and County Road 412, 379-4669. The Rev. Allan F. Cope. Sunday school at 9:15 a.m.; worship services at 10:30 a.m. First and third Sunday of the month worship service is at 8 and 10:30 a.m. -. - ;.,•* . ; ..' EMANUEL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, 206 N. Travis, 379-5046. Pastors: Chester M. Patten, Larry A. Olson, Orville B. Kalkwarf. Sunday school, 9:15 a.m.; worship service, 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH, 1326 E. Coder, 379-7036. The Rev. Bill Lange and Robert Cordes, pastors. Worship services: 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. and Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. EVANGELISTS LUTHERAN, Kingsbury, Rev. Elmer Hohle, pastor. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; worship service, 10:30 a.m. THECHAPELOF ABIDING PRESENCE, Texas Lutheran Campus, 379-4161. The Rev. Stan Meyers, campus pastor. ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH, FM 465. Pastor: Rev. James Witschorke GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, 935 E. Mountain St., 379-1690. Pastor Albert J. Loeschman. Sunday worship service, 10 a.m.; Sunday School and Bible class for all ages, 8:45 a.m.; fellowship, 9:30 a.m. Listen to "The Lutheran Hour" on KKYX AM each Sunday at 8:30 a.m. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, 935 E. Mountain St., 379-1690. Pastor Albert J. Loeschman. Sunday worship service, 10 a.m.; Sunday School and Bible class for all ages, 8:45 a.m.; fellowship, 9:30 a.m. Listen to Th,e Lutheran Hour" on KKYX AM each Sunday at 8:30 a.rrfC THE CHAPEL OF ABIDING PRESENCE, Texas Lutheran Campus, 379-4161. The Rev. Stan Meyers, campus pastor. ' ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH, FM 466. Pastor: Rev. James Witschorkc. METHODIST FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 710 N. Austin St., 379-4112. The Rev. Bill Huth, pastor; Paul Bailey, associ-, ate minister; Margaret Pcrsky, diaconal minister. Sunday School 9:15 a.m., Sunday worship 8 and 10:30 a.m. KINGSBURY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, • 639-4395. Pastor Sherry Strain, worshipand Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. '.' LA TRINIDAD METHODIST CHURCH, 306 E. Gonzalcs. • Rev. Brigido Vera, pastor. WESLEY HARPER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 764 W. Court. 379-3414. Rev. Troy J. Bell Sr., pastor. NON-DENOMINATIONAL REFUGE CHURCH OF OUR LORD, 410 N. Guadalupe, 379-5274. Bishop J.P. Steadman, pastor. • • • LIFEGATE MINISTRIES, FM 466, three miles south of Seguin. Bible classes at 9:30 a.m. and worship services at 10:30 a.m. Men's meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Home meetings and, Christian School Ministry. Bob Odom, pastor. Phono 372-0850. FAITHWAY CHURCH, 1456 Eastwood (FM 466). 379-3941. IGLESIA MONTE OLTVO, 236 W. Harper, 372-3193. Samuel Villareal, pastor. MISION.CRISTIANA, 554 Silva St., Abel Arispe, pastor. VICTORY CHAPEL, 605 N. Guadalupe St., 379-2959. Pastor Roman Herrera. APOSTOLIC MISSION PRINCE OF PEACE, 947 Allendo, 379-8578. Rev.-Frank Garcia, pastor. OPEN DOOR GOSPEL CHURCH, McQueeney. PENTECOSTAL BETHLEHEM INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN FEL-'.!. LOWSHIP, 1105 N. Guadalupe, 379-7168. The Rev. Samuel Campos, pastor, 379-6571. BETHEL PENTECOSTAL CHURCH, 834 N. Guadalupe. 379-'4667.'Rev. Elroy Smith. UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH, corner of N. Heideke and E. Pine. Pastor H.A. Fletcher, 379-6698 or 379-0827. IGLESIA: EL BUEN PASTOR, 306 Harper, 379-4362. The ' Rev. Sebastein Castillo. IGLESIA PENTECOSTES LA HERMOSA, 502 E. Braden St., Seguin. Pastor Hon. Frank Munoz. BETHEL CLADIC, 726 W. Kingsbury, 379-1855. Rev. Isai Sapicn, psstor. .». IGLESIA APOSTOLICA PRINCIPE DE PAZ, 7513rd st. •Pastor Frank D. Garcia. 379-8578. PRESBYTERIAN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 305 N. King, 379-5241. Rev. Carl W. McCauley, pastor. Sunday School a> 9:30 a.m. with worship service at 11 a.m. Child care provided. Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Adult and children's choir rehearsals. * Thursday, 9:30 a.m., small group studies SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, 220 Preston Drive, 379-6813. Ronald Bottsford, pastor. Saturday Sabbath School 10:15 a.m.; worship services 9:15 a.m. Lesson Study 10:00 a.m.; Sabbath School 11:00 a.m. UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST CROSS UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, 814 N. Bauer, 379-4312. Rev. Ernest S. Bean Jr. Sunday School, 9:15; Worship Service 10:30. REDEEMER UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, located in Zuehl, 420-2168. Rev. David Pantermuehl, pastor. FRIEDENS UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, RFD in Geronimo. 379-1960. Rev. Robert McPherson. I The best pizza in town. 1489 E. Court Plaza Del Rey HI NBC Bank •2 bank locations •2 teller machines 210 W. Court 379-1253 HCA Hill Country Hospital (512)659-9000 SANDERS FUNERAL HOME 408 W, Shelby 372-5475 Unconditional Love, Unconditional Care Seguin Convalescent Home "The Home with a Difference" 1637 N. King * Seguin • 379-3784 HI E e POODS • DHUtiS Whwt Till Ptoplt i it Total Nlw! ' 1368 E, CcOrt, feguln * 97943M I South Ventral Tew* Seguin Electric Company Residential and Commercial Wiring 1406 N.Austin 379-5844 200 N. King St. 372-3630 Donegan Abstract Co. 214 N. Camp St. 379-5321 Farm Bureau Insurance Agency 205 E. Center 379-4456 Curtis Tinimertnann Nothing But The Best For You 1200 W. Kingsbury Seguin 379-5151 ffgute Peifeciton $9)905 mi^rwiMnpi and In San Antonio at In Seguin qt 656-1500 372*3296 Pl»3 Del Rey • §egw, Texas 3919 teogdoctes Rd. • Sin Antonio 656-1SOQ Ferrell Gas 2031 Highway 78 Seguin, Texai Propons «a/es oncf 2950 North 123 Bypass 372-0860 UTTLE HOUSE OF 855 Jefferson Ave. 372-KZDS WICKKS 372-1334 W WICKKS LliMBKR For all your building material needs. ISSSK.dourt Soguin 4 Locations to serve youl 1024 N. Austin 808 W. Court 500 Hwy. 123 Bypass 2901 Hwy. 78 West Mfffff SWB m m: Art's Fix-It and Supply Echo Power Products Dixon ZTR Mowers County Road 4129 Rt. 6 Box 562 Seguin 379-8048 MUEHL KOEBlG 214 N. Cgmp 379-5005 Seggin, Texas Seguin Rental Inc. All New Tools & iquipment'Renta! 379-3500 903 B. Kiogsbury St, JCPenney Catalog 379-4090 379-6964 Seguin, Texas Crump Lumber & Hardware 1008 Austin St. 379-4611 'Ace is the place with the helpful hardware man MICHELI PLUMBING & HEATING Carrier Air Conditioning 310 N. Austin • 379-4432 379-9404 MARKBRAOV *">,,,,,»» v ' 372-1944 MasterCard, American Exprew 1024 E Court Seguin, TX 7815$ Seguin Academy of Gymnastics 216 Blumberg 372-1180 Davila's Bar-B-Q 418 W. Kingsbury TK.A. G*.fi 379-5566 ft. . . _,"j

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