The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 1, Ed. 1, Friday, September 3, 1982 Page: 4 of 32
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Men and Women
University church begins
double Sunday services
Please notice our new
8:30 and 10:45
Bible class 9:40
CHURCH OF CHRIST
733 E.N. 16th Abjlene Texas
Vine Street: Student dinner
The Vine Street Church of Christ will
have a dinner on. the grounds honoring
university students Sunday after morning
worship services. Food will be provided by
members of the congregation with
students as special guests.
Woodlawn: Pot luck lunch
Each Sunday the Woodlawn Church of
Christ has a "pot luck" lunch for students
and Dyess Air Force Base personnel.
For married students with children
Woodlawn also has a day care center
called "Little Children Bible Center" that
is open Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m.-3
11th& Willis: New classes
The Uth and Willis Church of Christ is
beginning new classes for college students.
Sunday morning classes will be taught by
Ian Fair the congregation's minister and
Wednesday night classes by Neil Light-
foot professor of Bible.
The congregation also will sponsor Bible
studies in ACU dormitories beginning next
week. More details will be available later.
University: New service times
The University Church of Christ has
begun two morning worship services at
8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. each Sunday.
Classes begin at 9:45 a.m. and evening
worship services begin at 5 p.m.
Randy Becton minister with the Herald
of Truth program will teach 'the Wed-
nesday evening class for university
The Baker Heights Church of Christ will
sponsor a meeting Friday-Sunday with
Lawson Mayo of Little Rock Ark. who is
associated with the "Three Unusual Days"
wants to meet you
Come worship with us at 8:30 or.1 0:30 Sunday morning (6;00'Sunday '
evening) and enjoy the University Class at 9:35 You'll find exciting
fellowship and service and rich biblical teaching.
Next WEDNESDAY at 7 p.m. join Dr. Carl Brecheen in the auditorium as
his series "Costly Discipleship" continues. "' " '
Find your home at
HILLCREST CHURCH OF CHRIST
(one block west of ACU on Ambler) .
Dr Terry Bell
Allen Tappe University Minister
Mayo's sermons are titled "Plant Us
Beside Water" "Journey Into Ex-
cellence" and "Pledge Allegiance to God."
The "Three Unusual Days" ministry is
made up of a group of 12 men in the United
States who teach these weekend meetings.
Also classes for the Training
Evangelis'ts and Missionaries program
will begin Sunday. Marvin Ancell the
congregation's youth minister will teach
"Salvation History" and Tim Appleton
Baker Heights elder will teach "Themes
Baker Heights has a fellowship supper
every Sunday night after services for
college students. Church members furnish
home-cooked meals or sandwiches either
in .individual homes or a( the building.
Hillcrest: Discipleship series
The Hillcrest Church of Christ started a
five-week series for university students on
Wednesday nights titled "Costly
Discipleship." Dr. Carl Brecheen. Bible
professor teaches the lessons.
Also a class for engaged couples will be
taught by Bill Luttrell minister of
evangelism Wednesday nights starting
Southern Hills: Missionary class
Rick Atchley Southern Hills Church of
Christ minister will teach a discipleship
series on Wednesday nights for college
Also. Sept. 18-19 the congregation's
missionaries from Oshkosli. Wis. will bo
at Southern Hills to teach classes on
evangelism. The Oshkosh missionaries are
Gary Cleveland. Vic King and Don Truitt.
lead to 95 baptisms
in summer months
More than 130 people participated this
summer in campaigns to Honduras Brazil
and Europe that resulted in about 95
The three campaigns were part of the
Global Campaigns program organized by
the Minter Lane Church of Christ in
conjunction with the ACU Center for.
The campaign to Tegucigalpa Hon-
duras was conducted May 10-21 More
than 100 people participated including 48
ACU students faculty and staff and 20
people'from the area
During the Honduras campaign a
conference' wilh the theme "Christ in the
Cultures of the Nations" was conducted
for six nights in the country' national
theater. Dan Coker associate professor of
Bible was the conference speaker
Les Bennett coordinator of the cam-
paign estimated that between 600-650
people attended each night. A 63-membcr
chorus of campaigners opened each
night's lecture by performing a number of
reljgious songs most of them in Spanish.
The chorus also performed in the streets of
Tegucigalpa to attract attention and
distributed literature inviting people to
attend the conference.
Each night after the conference per-
sonal studies were offered to those who
wished to ask questions or learn more
about the Bible Eighty-five people were
baptized during Iheeampaign
Gary Sorrels a missionary-in-.sWence
led a group ;of nine students
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 1, Ed. 1, Friday, September 3, 1982, newspaper, September 3, 1982; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101394/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.