Volume V, Number 1
In This Issue
On Believing in Heaven by Paul L. Holmer
There are two obvious pressures on any religious address. One comes from the well-established social practice of our day of always assimilating contemporary ideas and modern knowledge.
Matthew 28:1-15 and Waldenström's Commentary by Paul Peter Waldenström and translated by Tommy Carlson
Dewey Sands by David Hawkinson
In the summer of l969 the Covenant gathered at North Park College for its annual meeting. It was hot, as I recall, and it was at least 15 years before the gym was air-conditioned. Delegates fanned themselves with programs and folded budgets, escaping whenever possible to George's or Laurie's depending on their orientation — for a cool drink and more meaningful conversation.
J. William Fredrickson by Zenos Hawkinson
Friends and colleagues worldwide have been saddened by the death of J. William Fredrickson on 25 January after a gallant struggle against a cancer for which he had surgery last June.
Now Unto Him Who Is Able To Keep You from Falling by Rev. Jim Sundholm
Grace and Peace to you. Peace, I say, not as the world gives, because the Peace of God is beyond the world's understanding. Therefore, Peace, as it comes from God.
Roman Luck by Penrod
An Easter Story — Matthew 28:1-15
Lighten Up by Arthur W. Anderson
Rabbi Edwin Friedman said two things at the recent Covenant Midwinter Conference that struck home. He blew all the helpful advice on dealing with clergy burnout when he said that he did not believe in clergy support groups. Though admitting that the ministry is a very lonely profession, he said that real support comes from God alone and that solitude is the best way to get in touch with God.
Out and About
Founders' Day, 1990; Martin Marty and Vivian Jones; Transfiguration at Bethlehem; Sport Report
Sport Prophecy by Eric Ecklund-Johnson
Post: Readers Respond
Ground-breaking by David Mampel