Dear Brothers and Sisters,
The June Issue of The Tidings is ready for you online.
Bro. Bill Link shares with us the cover lesson this month with an article about a Biblical perspective on Trust entitled, What Can I Do? Bro. Dave’s editorial Freedom from Fear of Death will make readers of all ages think. We are happy to share an article this month from a brother in the Yatta Ecclesia in Kenya: Bro. Tychicus Mbuve writes about Witchcraft.
We think that you will enjoy Sis. Jessica Gelineau’s article about an interview with Sis. Rachel Hocking on Service through Song. Bro. Richard Morgan has written a fascinating article about Christianity’s Golden Calf. There is an interesting article on the Guyana Jubilee Bible School by Bro. David Andrews, who was there for the first one 50 years ago!
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Love in our Lord Jesus,
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