Sunday, March 31, 2013

Special Request

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Special Request

I have just found out that a man, Wilfred Platta, (Mescalero Apache and member of our church) has been in prison for the last 15 years on a charge that was trumped up and later the witness recanted her testimony and told the DA that she lied and made it all up because her family wanted her to. But this man remains in prison to this day because no one will file the paper work to get him out. She recanted to the DA about 10 years ago!!!

If you have any questions about this Art Soldner or Richard Hensley know Wil well.

Art was telling me this is about prejudice and the absolute corrupt system in New Mexico. And they know they did not give this man his due process and had no real case against him they just railroaded him through because he is Mescalero Apache.

Wil is a 67 yr old man that has spent the last 15 yrs in prison for something he never did! Richard describes him as the most loving and giving person he has ever known and Art says he is a class act par none. And there is no one that is willing to help him.

Wilfred Platta, 54914 in the NM correctional system He was in Lea County Correctional Facility, Hobbs NM. I fear for his safety. This is not something that can just be sat on until he serves out his next 5 year. Wil has no money but has contacted the group below without any help.

I have written to them and I'm asking everyone that is willing to help Wil please write to the Innocence and Justice Project and respectfully request them to look into this matter as soon as possible. If we could flood their office with request it would get their attention.

I'm also asking that everyone hold him up in prayer for his safety and health. He is in a dangerous situation right now.

Thank you for your help
Nancy Williams

Innocence and Justice Project

University of NM School of Law
1117 Stanford NE
Albuquerque NM 87731

Sample letter.....

Innocence and Justice Project

University of NM School of Law

1117 Stanford NE

Albuquerque NM 87131

To Whom it may concern;

I’m writing on behalf of Wilfred Platta an innocent man that has been in Lea County Correctional Facility in Hobbs NM for the last 15 years. It has recently been brought to my attention that the woman that accused him recanted her testimony about 10 years ago. Stating that she was coerced by her family to lie and that Wilfred is an innocent man. Since then no effort has been made to right the wrong. In light of this information we respectfully request you review Wilfred’s (54914) case so that justice might be served and Wilfred Platta an innocent man might be set free.

Many irregularities before and during his trail also guaranteed that he was not afforded due process.

I respectfully submit that due to Wilfred’s age and health conditions this is a time sensitive matter that requires your immediate attention. I thank you for your time and effort and look forward to the day when justice will be done.


Saturday, March 30, 2013

Clothing donations for Soccer Team

This is a blast e-mail to help our kids competitive soccer team (The U10 Fighting Ninjas) get to participate in tournaments this spring and summer? We have several kids that won't get to play if their parents can't afford the fees, and the rest of us parents have been helping each year, however its difficult on some of us now too. What we are needing is just donations of only clothes and shoes, ANY clothes and ANY shoes from infant to the largest size made. DAV made a deal with us that they will contribute to our team, money to help...depending on the weight of what we collect, so the more pounds of clothes and shoes the better! It's pretty neat idea, but hard to get the word out quickly.

If anyone has any clothes and or shoes they don't want, they just need to bag them up and let me know. We will even pick up for them if needed. Contact by E-mail is preferred, but I'm not picky for sure. Just thankful in advance!

Thank you so much! :-)

Denise L Allison-Yeagle
Ralph & Luana Bessmers Daughter
For their Grandson Connor's Team
816-547-5545 cell

Ireland ?


Alicia will be traveling to Ireland and would like to know if you are aware of any Restorationist in Ireland?

She thought she could take something to them or at least visit for a short while and encourage them.

God Bless
Alicia (Sindt) Negard
E-mail her at:

CRE Website Event Calendar Request Guidelines

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From: Horn, Vim

CRE Website Event Calendar Request Guidelines

The primary purpose of the CRE event page and calendar is to promote the events or activities of
the CRE, its affiliated organizations, restoration branches and other restoration special interest
groups. As such, events and activities posted on this calendar will be limited to those that fit this primary purpose. In order to maintain this focus, the event page and calendar will not be
available to promote, as worthy as they may be, individual or non-restoration group events or

If you have a restoration event or activity that you would like placed on the calendar, please
email the information to You will need to include the following
information in the email.

The name and phone number of the person making the request

The name of the Restoration Branch(s) or Restoration Group(s) sponsoring the event or

The name of the contact person for the event and their contact information

The details of the event or activity such as:

Name of event or activity

Date and time of event or activity

Location of event or activity

Description of the event or activity if needed or desired

You may also include information attachments such as, brochures, fliers, registration materials,
etc., or links to such information.

Email any questions or concerns you might have with the above policy and procedure to

The CRE reserves the right to decline or request that event or activity information be edited, if
deemed necessary. If such a determination is made, the person making the request for the event
or activity will be contacted to discuss the reason for the determination, and any needed
adjustments to the information, before the event or activity is posted.

The CRE also reserves the right to grant exceptions to the above if it is deemed to be in the best interest of the CRE or restoration saints in general by the Coordinating Council of the CRE.

Attached are the guidelines for having a restoration event or activity posted on the Conference of Restoration Elders website calendar.

Thank you, Vim

William (Vim) Horn
Associate Director
UMKC Institute for Human Development
215 Pershing, 6th Floor
Kansas City, MO 64108

Friday, March 29, 2013

Missionaries in the Field

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From: paul gage

Missionaries in the Field

Dear Saints,

If you would, please include the following in your prayers over the next 3-4 weeks:

High Priest Francis Harper and Elder Richard Hahn are leaving this weekend for an extended stay in India and Nepal. This area is part of the South East Asia and Australian Ministries (SEAAM).

Seventy Richard Neill, Elder Dayn Cederstrom and Jeff Stilwell are leaving this weekend for 2-3 weeks in the Mindanao area of the Philippines. This is an area where SEAAM has had a presence since 2006.

Also, Monica Moreland will be joining the team in the Philippines before returning to Brisbane Austalia, where she is currently living.

Thank you and God bless

South Crysler Restoration Branch Reunion

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From: Rgmarkdds

South Crysler Reunion Registration Forms

To those interested in attending SCRB Reunion, June 9-15,

Registration forms will be available for pickup at SCRB during tonight's Wednesday Prayer Service and both Sunday services this weekend. The sooner you get them, fill them out, and return them, the better chance we have of meeting your housing needs at Graceland University. As was the case last year, there is this year a limit on attendance due to space available which is about 325 people. This limit was challenged last year and we were unable to find space for a few late registrants. So....get these back to us as soon as possible. I am sure you will be blessed by your attendance and dedication of this week for your spiritual growth.

If you are not a member of SCRB, have attended our reunion in the last 3 years, and are unable to pick up your forms at SCRB, you will get these forms mailed to you next week.

If you have not attended the SCRB reunion in the last 3 years and are interested in going, please email me

your name, address, and name of congregation you are attending, and I will try and get registration materials sent out right away.

Richard Mark
Reunion Director

Thursday, March 28, 2013

A Passover Commemoration

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From: Fred Pement

A Passover Commemoration
The House of Joseph

~Remembering Passovers Past
& Passovers in Prophecy~

Saturday, March 30, 2013
7:00-9:00 PM

Remnant Center Branch Congregation
Sanctuary at Old Wm. Chrisman H.S.

Call Fred Pement (816) 807-7152
Pete Mendelsohn (816) 678-9858

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Owl Hollow - Opening Day Celebration

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From: Cathy White

Owl Hollow

Opening Day Celebration
10908 S Hunt Road
Lone Jack MO 64074

April 27, 2013

Please RSVP
Or 816-668-0926

Cathy S. White

Beautiful free exhibit

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From: robyn mun

Beautiful free exhibit of early restoration sites

You will enjoy seeing the early sacred sites of the church. The exhibit is so nice to see and reminds us of our common roots. J

I must share...absolutely stunning! These
photographs are a real treat to behold and
to capture the sacred sites of the early
restoration. What a wonderful outing for
all to enjoy!

This beautiful exhibit is displayed at the
Independence Visitor’s Center located at
937 West Walnut, Independence, MO.
64050 816-836-3466

For the months of April through June 2013
from the hours of 9:00 am to 9:00 pm daily.

I hope you’ll get a chance to see these
beautiful photographs!

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Music 'n' Motion

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From: Jessica Holmes

Music 'n' Motion

I am going to be teaching music classes to my two little girls starting in April and am wanting to include others in the classes. I've taught preschool music in the past and have also taught Kindermusik. I decided the easiest way to get information out was to create a Facebook page. So here's the link! If you don't have a Facebook account, send me an email and I'll send you the information.

If you click on About on the Facebook page, you can find the details on the ages and when the classes will be held. The main difference between these classes and others out there is that we will be incorporating songs about Jesus in with the other learning songs. I hope some of you can join us!

Jessica Holmes

Faith in Focus Photography

Blogging for Life:

Personal Blog:

Friday, March 22, 2013

Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University

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From: Sarah Miller

Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University

Stuart and Sarah Miller will be hosting Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University (FPU) in their Independence, MO home on Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. This 9-week course will run from April 4-June 6 (no class on May 2).

FPU approaches personal finance from a godly standpoint with the goal of living life debt-free and giving back to God and those around us. Cost for the class and all materials is $95. (No portion of this cost goes to the class hosts; the class is hosted on a volunteer basis by people who have seen it change lives.)

All are welcome! For more information on FPU, see To register for the Millers' class, please visit
"...the borrower is servant to the lender." --Proverbs 22:7

Thursday, March 21, 2013

College of the Ozarks

College of the Ozarks (no debt education, students work for school)

Our seniors getting ready for college may want to consider the following regarding College of the Ozarks:

About C of O
Christian values and character, hard work, and financial responsibility comprise the fundamental building blocks of the "Hard Work U" experience. At a time when there is much talk about what is wrong with the nation, College of the Ozarks exemplifies what is right with America.

C of O is committed to its founding mission of providing a quality, Christian education to those who are found worthy, but who are without sufficient means to obtain such training. Instead of paying tuition, all full-time students work campus jobs to defray the cost of education. Upon complete participation in the Work Education Program, the College guarantees to meet the entire cost of education for students, allowing them the opportunity to graduate debt-free. The College openly discourages debt by not participating in any federal, state, or private loan programs and leads by example through having no institutional debt of any kind.

"Hard Work U" earns numerous accolades yearly, including:

U.S. News and World Report:
•#9 Best Regional College in the Midwest,
•#1 Best Buy in the Midwest,
•#1 Students With the Least Debt in the Midwest,
•#11 Lowest Acceptance Rate in the nation.

The Princeton Review's Best 377 Colleges:
•#2 Got Milk?,
•#2 Scotch and Soda, Hold the Scotch,
•#4 Don't Inhale,
•#2 Future Rotarians and Daughters of the American Revolution,
•#6 Town-Grown Relations Are Great,
•#7 Most Religious Students,
•#6 Most Conservative Students.

Forbes Top Colleges
•#141 on the Top College list,
•#6 Best Value in the Nation,
•#120 Best Private College,
•#21 Best in the Midwest.

Washington Monthly 2012 College Rankings
•#7 Top Baccalaureate College


College of the Ozarks is accredited by
North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools
30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400
Chicago, IL 60602-2504

The Education Programs are accredited by
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
P.O. Box 480
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0480

The Nursing Program is approved/accredited by
Missouri State Board of Nursing
P. O. Box 656
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0656

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
One Dupont Circle, NW
Suite 530
Washington, DC 20036-1120

The Dietetics Program is accredited by

Commission on Accreditation for Dietetic Education
American Dietetic Association
216 West Jackson boulevard
Chicago, IL 60606-6995
312-899-0040, Ex. 5400

Other Interesting Facts
•Founded as the School of the Ozarks in 1906. The Junior College started in 1956. Four-year program started in 1965. Renamed College of the Ozarks in 1990.
•Located on a 1,000 acre campus overlooking Lake Taneycomo at Point Lookout, Missouri, 40 miles south of Springfield, near Branson and Hollister, Missouri.
•Special Recognition:

U.S. News & World Report, "Best College" yearly since 1989,
Forbes, "Top Colleges" and "Best Buy Colleges,"
Templeton Honor Roll, "Character Building College,"
Money Magazine's "Best Buy College Guide,"
Barron's "300 Best Buys in Higher Education,"
Princeton Review, "The Best 331 Colleges,"
and many more.
•Currently, the College has 83 full-time faculty members; the majority hold the doctoral degree. 190 staff members.
•The current student-faculty ratio is 13:1.
•The College offers Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees.

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Police Bibles

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From: Charles Sperry


We are going to use Family Outreach for the funds. Just designate the donations "Police Bible Fund". As soon as we receive the funds, I will get with the state police commissioner and plan when we will show the movie "Courageous". Please feel free to copy the following to any that you feel would be interested in helping with this project.

The work among the police is going forward somewhat slowly, mainly because I have not been out and around for almost 4 months because of two motorcycle accidents. About two weeks ago was the first time that I had left Siguatepeque in over 4 months. I visited with the commissioner in charge of the San Pedro Sula International airport, who is a friend of mine. He is the nephew of one of our church members with whom our oldest son lived for a while. I will be giving him the movie "Courageous" so that the police officers can watch it during their down time. He also invited me to visit them on a regular basis to preach to the police officers there.

Last week I spoke with the police commissioner of the state of Comayagua. He has obtained the use of a movie theatre in Comayagua and in Siguatepeque for the showing of the movie "Courageous" to the police officers in each area. He asked me if I could get Bibles for each of the 400 police officers in Comayagua state. What we want to do is show the movie and then afterwards hand out Bibles to the police officers. My idea was to show them the movie, give a very short talk afterwards, and then tell them that anyone that would be willing to sign a statement that they would read the Bible from beginning to end would be given a free Bible (something like that anyway). Possibly, I will also keep a list of all those who receive Bibles, though I probably won´t because of security considerations. The Bibles would be stamped with:

Esta Biblia es un regalo para tí de
la Iglesia Restaurada de Jesucristo de Siguatepeque
y los policias de los Estados Unidos

Me prometo de leerla desde el principio hasta el fin.
Firma:_______________________ Fecha:_____

Now for the question, do you think that there would be policemen or federal agents who would be willing to donate money to buy these Bibles? I have contacted a supplier and he was willing to give us a large discount when he heard what we were doing. Each Bible is going to cost 60 Lempiras ($2.85). Normally, they go for about 180 Lempiras ($8.57). The total cost will be L.24000 ($1142.85). We as a church here in Siguatepeque are willing to donate some money, my family is going to donate, I am going to be asking some congregations in the States if they would be willing to donate, and I was hoping that you all would have some friends who might be willing to donate also.

If you have any ideas that will better this outreach, I am open for suggestions. May God bless each of you and keep you safe.

En Cristo,
Carlos Sperry

la Restauración
Honduras Centroamérica

Monday, March 18, 2013

Alpha and Omega - performance

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From: Larry Ward

The Restoration Resurrection Choir and Orchestra
Alpha and Omega
a musical celebration of the resurrection
of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ

Worship Service Dates:

Sunday, March 24 – 6:30 p.m.
Living Hope Restoration Branch
2425 South Crysler, Independence, MO

Sunday, March 31 – 11:00 a.m.
Atherton Restoration Branch
4910 North Main, Atherton, MO

“And I heard the voice of many angels round about the throne, saying with a loud voice,

Worthy is the Lamb that was slain
to receive power, and riches, and wisdom,
and strength, and honor, and glory, and blessing.”

For more information

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Used dryer wanted

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From: Rhonda Huntsucker

Looking for a used electric dryer.

Anyone looking to sell?

Please let us know.

The Huntsuckers

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Portrait Lessons

For personal enrichment and supplemental income potential

Beginning April 1st, 2013

Adults: Six, two hour classes - $175
Youth (14+): Six, 1 hour classes - $90

Adult Class Times:

Monday/Thursday Afternoons - 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Monday/Thursday Evenings - 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Youth Class Time: Thursday Afternoons* - 3:30pm – 4:30pm

*Day of the week is adjustable to suit student schedule

Art Medium: Graphite and terracotta Prismacolor pencil

Location: 201 W. Lexington, Suite 300
3rd Floor, SW Corner of Independence Square
at Lexington and Liberty Streets

Muriel Winn Luedeman
816-254-8456 816-726-8425

Retired Hallmark Artist
31 years of professional experience
Student of Harry Fredman and Kande White

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Matt Fleming Handyman

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From: Matt Fleming

Quality Affordable Construction Remodeling and Repair Services

Here is a quick look at some of the services I provide:

•Snow Removal
•Yard Clean-Up
•Debris Removal
•Bathroom Remodel
•Kitchen Remodel
•Drywall, Paint, and Trim
•Doors and Windows
•Basement Finishing
•Storage Systems
•Custom Rooms
•Custom Furniture
•Concrete and Brick Driveways
•And much more…

Get creative solutions from a well-trained and experienced Handyman.

Call or text Matt @ 816-726-9537 or email for a free estimate.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Conference of Restoration Elders (CRE) has a new website

Think any of these might be the wonder dog????



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From: paul gage


Dear Saints,

The Conference of Restoration Elders (CRE) has a new website.

Check it out and let us know what you think.

Everything is not complete yet, but we're off to a great start.

If you have up and coming events, etc. news items, etc. testimonies, etc. send them to me at

God bless

Paul Gage

Monday, March 11, 2013

Canon L1 Lens for Sale

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From: Patricia Beebe

Canon L1 Lens for Sale

Canon L1 8mm video camera and recorder lens in excellent condition for sale. Camera body does not work. Microphone works. Includes lens shield. In original box with manual.

$75 obo
Beebe Audio Visual
Don: 816-509-3520

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Pride Lift Chair and Loveseat - For Sale

Pride lift chair, model 385, 3 position. Bought new and used only 5 months.
Excellent condition. Color: Taupe. Has armrest and headrest covers.
Paid $965.00. Asking $700 (price may be a negotiable).

Faux Suede Loveseat. Color: Tan. Excellent condition.
Very comfortable. Perfect for a small apartment.

Asking $125 or best offer.

If interested, please call 816-550-4795

Monday, March 4, 2013

Duplex for Rent/Eastern Jackson County

Beautiful 2 bedroom/2 bath duplex for rent in eastern Jackson county. One-year lease minimum; thereafter month-to-month. Ideal for retired couple desiring to downsize or young couple just starting out. Fort Osage School District. Easy access to 291 highway, 7 highway or Little Blue Parkway.

Open living room/dining room/kitchen
Loads of storage, beautiful oak cabinetry, walk-in closet
Completely repainted throughout 6 months ago.
Stove and refrigerator furnished
Mud/utility room to accommodate washer/dryer (not furnished)
Walk-in pantry
1 car garage with an alcove for storage
Low utilities (KCPL, City of Independence (water))
Full unfinished basement,full length covered porch, back patio.

No Smokers
No pets

$500 deposit / $500 monthly
Ready for occupancy by end of March, 2013

Contact Don at 816-509-3520.or Pat 816-509-3531

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Kenya Church Students Need Your Help

You are Cordially Invited by African Restoration Ministries and the Oak Grove Women's Dept. to attend the Kenya Higher Education Silent Auction and Banquet

Saturday, March 16th, 5:30 - 8:30, Colbern Road Restoration Branch, 9525 Main Entrance Dr., Lake Lotawana MO 64086

Dear Saints,

I invite you to pray for the Lord to bring all those people on March 16th to Colbern Road Restoration Branch who would be willing to come and learn about what God is doing in Kenya and why it's so important for us to help send their young ones to school. Why it's so important for us to help them isn't just about helping our own people in the church. It's about charity and the pure love of Christ and how the gospel reaches out to every person. Their ability to become educated not only allows their families to be elevated out of poverty, it gives them resources with which to perpetuate and spread the gospel in places where the Lord calls.

With two more weeks until the banquet, consider what you can do to help. You can:

•Come to the free banquet to learn about our church in Kenya and why your help is needed.

•Donate money online at the Kenya Higher Education Page or in the mail:
◦ARM c/o Vi Hallier
◦2524 S Mecklin School Road
◦Oak Grove MO 64075

•Visit the Student Testimonies Page to learn exactly what your dollars can do.

•Pray for the students to have the funds they need to continue school.
•Visit the Banquet Page to get menu information, auction details and to view some pictures from last year's event.

Read this student testimony about how your dollars help. Read others like this on the testimonies page:

Testimony of Student Justus Rotich:

We serve a living God who is faithful and true to His promises. When we choose to walk in His ways, He not only forgives us our
sins but also carries our burdens and His grace that is ever sufficient sustains us at all times. I've tasted the goodness of the Lord and I can testify of the richness of His glory. He is slow to anger and abounding in love and the joy of serving Him is so overwhelming that it overshadows the trials and hardships of this world.

Three months ago, I got a job in the sales division of a security company here in Mombasa. God
connected me divinely to this job. I say this because prior to that, I had been selling medical insurance. We all know how the insurance industry operates. Your income is dependent on the number of sales you make. For around 4 months I did not make any sales. Things were tough and I could barely sustain myself, but somehow I had this hope; I trusted in God so much that I had no room for despair. I recited the twenty-third Psalm and thanked Him for who He is and what He is capable of doing.

Jeremiah chapter 17: 7 and 8 tells us that blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, whose hope is in Him. He shall be like a tree planted by the waters, whose roots run down by the river. It does not worry in times of drought and its leaves are always green. It does not fear when heat comes and it will always bear fruit.

During that period of time, I knew deep inside me that God was working something in my life and my prayer was "God, open up my heart and give me a discerning Spirit that I may perceive Your will for my life." It was during that time that I met my employer. I had presented my product to this company with the hope of selling them a medical cover. They did not take the cover but the manager I was dealing with was impressed with my presentation and offered me a job. I officially started working on April 17th 2012 on a three month probation after which I'd be taken permanently. Two weeks before the expiration of the three month period I received a termination letter effective August first. At first it came as a shocker because I strongly felt, "this is where God wants me!" But after some time I realized God has a purpose in everything. I prayed about it and the best part is, I didn’t stress
myself over it.

God gave me this inner peace that pulled me through. God proved Himself true to me on my last day in the office. A colleague of mine who had heard of my termination called me to her desk and told me of a job opening. So we called the company and they requested I go for an interview the same day. Two days later they called me and I had the job!!
It offered a better salary and better working conditions. I have never felt God manifest in my life like that before. My faith in Him grew in double portions and I've learned to allow him to work in my life.

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From: Wailani Hallier

Oldbookman March - $3.00 Book Sale

Oldbookman March, 2013

$3.00 Book Sale

(120 Titles of RLDS Books)

This offer is good through March 31, 2013, or while supplies last.

There is no need to buy extra books in order to purchase these for only $3.00 each.

E-mail to or phone (816) 210-8450 now.

Anderson, Diane M. (ed), J. C. Clapp: Man of Valor, 2001, Ludy & Associates, soft, 40 pages B NEW

Anthony, Joseph H., Birds of a Feather, 1978 reprint, soft, 325 pages

Atkinson, Mabel Sanford, The Land Shadowing with Wings, 1952, hard, 270 pages

Baker, Robert, As It Was in the Days of Noah, 1984, soft, 156 pages

Bird, Merva, Oh Worship the Lord, 2001, Ludy & Associates, soft, 100 pages B NEW

Book of Mormon Stories for Beginning Readers, Ludy & Associates, 2011, soft, 98 pages

Brockway, Edith, The Golden Land, 1968, hard, 160 pages

Bryant, Verda, Between the Covers of the Old Testament, 1965, hard, 400 pages

Burton, Emma, Beatrice Witherspoon, 1970 reprint, soft, 383 pages

Butterworth, F. Edward, Roots of the Reorganization--French Polynesia, 1977, soft, 266 pages

Butterworth, F. Edward, The Adventures of John Hawkins, 1963, hard, 264 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Humor in Gospel Living, 1978, soft, 153 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Meet Them in the Scriptures, 1960, hard and soft, 242 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Scriptures from Ancient America, 1964, hard and soft, 368 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Spiritual Health, 1966, hard, 412 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Spirituality in the Space Age, 1962, hard, 264 pages

Cheville, Roy A., They Made a Difference, 1970, hard and soft, 350 pages

Cheville, Roy A., They Sang of the Restoration, 1955, hard, 267 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Through the West Door (Graceland College), 1946, hard, 327 pages

Cheville, Roy A., When Teen-agers Talk Theology, 1968, hard, 445 pages

Children’s Hymnal, 1957, hard, (with brown or blue covers), 200 pages

Church, Olive, A Time of Rebellion, 1968, hard, 283 pages

Church and Evangelism, The, 1941, hard, 406 pages

Cole, Clifford A., The Revelation in Christ, 1963, hard and soft, 346 pages

Compendium of the Scriptures, 1947, hard

Darling, John, The Combined Testimonies of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, 1953, hard, 404 pages

Davis, Inez Smith, The Story of the Church, 1934, hard, 400 pages

Davis, Inez Smith, Story of the Church, The, 1989, soft, 665 pages

DeLapp, Ardyce, Stories That Teach, 1972, hard, 288 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, Commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants, 1954, hard, 447 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, The Life and Ministry of Jesus, 1950 and 1962, hard, 390 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, Missionary Sermon Studies, 1940, hard, 310 pages

Edwards, Paul M., Our Legacy of Faith, 1991, hard, 335 pages

Edwards, Paul M., The Hilltop Where (Graceland College), Venture Foundation, Lamoni, IA, 1972, hard, 190 pages

Farrow, Percy E., God's Eternal Design, 1980, soft, 316 pages

Forscutt, Mark H., A Tribute to Emma (reprint of "Commemorative Discourse on the Death of Mrs. Emma Bidamon"), 2002, Ludy & Associates, soft, 40 pages B NEW

Galbraith, Madelyn, Feather in the Wind, 1952, hard, 332 pages

Galbraith, Madelyn, There Is a Book, 1971, hard, 309 pages

Galbraith, Madelyn, Village in the Sun, 1975, 261 pages, hard

Gilberts, Helen, Sariah, 1970, hard and soft, 320 pages

Griffiths, Iris, The Vindicator, 1977, soft, 214 pages

Ham, Wayne, Man's Living Religions, 1966, hard and soft, 327 pages

Ham, Wayne, Publish Glad Tidings, 1970, hard, 444 pages

Hanson, Paul M., Jesus Christ among the Ancient Americans, 1945 and 1947, hard, 256 pages

Hartman, Frances, Poetic Voices of the Restoration, 1961, hard, 227 pages

Hartshorn, Chris B., A Commentary on the Book of Mormon, 1964, hard and soft, 504 pages

Hartshorn, Chris B., The Development of the Early Christian Church, 1967, hard, 341 pages

History of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Vol. 1-4), 1922 and earlier, hard black or brown covers

Holm, Francis W., The Mormon Churches--A Comparison from Within, 1970, hard, 238 pages

Holmes, Reed M., The Forerunners, 1981, soft, 280 pages

Howard, Richard P, Restoration Scriptures, 1969, hard & soft, 278 pages

Hunt, Larry E., F. M. Smith: Saint as Reformer (Volume 1), 1982, soft, 219 pages

Hunt, Larry E., F. M. Smith: Saint as Reformer (Volume 2), 1982, soft, 488 pages

Hymnal, The, (the "gray hymnal"), 1956, hard, 582 hymns (fair condition)

Hymnal for Youth, 1951, hard, 395 pages

Hymns of the Saints, 1981, (burgundy) 501 hymns, hard

Jordan, Doris N., Strength for the Journey, private, 1996, soft, 438 pages

Kelley, Edmund G., The Making of a Frontier Missionary (William H. Kelley), 1980, soft, 192 pages

Kelley, William H., Presidency and Priesthood, undated reprint of 1908 book, soft, 486 pages + index

Kingdom of Heaven is Like, The, 1954, hard, 231 pages

Lea, Leonard J., Views from the Mountain, 1961, hard, 220 pages

Loving, Albert L., When I Put Out to Sea, 1975, 216 pages, hard

Ludy, Diane Anderson, and Paul V. Ludy (ed.), The Voice of Youth, Ludy & Associates, 2011, soft, 224 pages

Ludy, Paul V. (ed), John Brush: Eyewitness of Early Church History, 2002, Ludy & Associates, soft, 44 pages B NEW

Maus, Cynthia Pearl, Christ and the Fine Arts, 1959, Harper & Brothers, hard, 813 pages

McKiernan, F. Mark, and others, The Restoration Movement: Essays in Mormon History, 1979, soft, 357 pages

Montgomery, Jo, To Serve with Love, 1974, hard, 253 pages

Mulliken, Frances Hartman, A Restoration Heritage, 1979, soft, 240 pages

Nicholson, Minnie Blair, Elizabeth Blair: A Daughter of the Covenant, 2004, Ludy & Associates, 36 pages B NEW

Njeim, George A., The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, 1978, soft, 206 pages

Oakman, Elva T., and Lillie Jennings, It Can Be Fun! 1948, hard, 218 pages

Phillips, Arthur B., The Restoration Movement and the Latter Day Saints, 1928, hard, 335 pages

Phillips, Emma M., Dedicated to Serve, 1970, hard, 211 pages

Prince, Gregory A., Having Authority, 1993, soft, 99 pages

Ralston, Russell F., Fundamental Differences, 1960, 244 pages, hard

Reece, Colleen L., Sanctuary, 1983, soft, 136 pages

Renfroe, Z. Z., Sent Forth to Witness, 1977, private, hard, 440 pages

Restoration Story, The, 1986, Cumorah Books, Inc., soft, 152 pages

Ritchie, Malcolm L., Roy Cheville--The Graceland Years, 1995, Graceland College, soft, 356 pages

Roth, J. S., The Gospel Messenger, Lamoni, IA, 1915 (Second Edition), hard, 556 pages

Rules and Resolutions, various years, hard

Ruoff, Norman D., (Ed.), Witness to the World (Testimonies from Restoration Witness), 1967, 216 pages, hard

Ruoff, Norman D., comp., Testimonies of the Restoration, 1971, hard, 203 pages

Russell, William, Treasures in Earthen Vessels, 1966, hard and soft

Saints' Herald Reader, 1955, hard, 350 pages

Saints’ Hymnal, 1933 (with blue or purple covers), 442 hymns, hard

Salyards, Christiana, The Enduring Word, 1942 and 1944, hard, 400 pages

Sanford, Mabel A., Joseph's City Beautiful, hard, 207 pages

Sarre, Winifred Turner, If With All Your Heart, 1969, hard, 264 pages

Scott, Herbert M., How to Increase Sunday Night Attendance, 1948, hard, 160 pages

Shute, Dr. Wallace Beresford, Christus (A Play), 1971, hard, 247 pages

Shute, Wallace B., Terra Nova (A Play), 1988, soft, 114 pages

Simmons, Florence Whipple, The Boundless Quest, Florshire Publishers, Denver, CO, 1962, hard, 232 pages

Smith, Elbert A., Blue Pencil Notes, 1942, 192 pages, hard

Smith, Elbert A., On Memory's Beam, 1946, hard, 350 pages

Smith, Elbert A., Square Blocks, 1968 reprint, soft, 475 pages

Smith, H. Alan, Our Heritage of Humor, 1982, soft, 320 pages

Smith, Joseph III, Memories of Old Nauvoo, 2001, Ludy & Associates, soft, 44 pages B NEW

Snethen, Otis, Echoes of the Valley (Poetry), private, 1979, hard and soft, 275 pages

Starks, Arthur, A Concordance to the Doctrine and Covenants, 1961, hard, 218 pages

Stewart, Georgia Metcalf, How the Church Grew, 1959, 342 pages, hard

Stienon, Elaine, Lightning in the Fog, 1977, hard, 235 pages

Stienon, Elaine, Utah Spring, 1979, soft, 224 pages

Stories of the Restoration (Stories from church papers) 1953, hard and soft, 240 pages

Stowell, Addie Spaulding, The Walls of Zion, 1953, hard, 416 pages

Thomsen, Blaine C., The Ammonite, 1979, soft, 294 pages

Tickemyer, Garland E., Story Illustrations for Church and Home, 1961, hard, 176 pages

Tinkham, Ruby, The Unwilling Saint, 1959, hard, 160 pages

Tracey, Florence, Riches Untold, 1933, hard, 262 pages

Troeh, M. Richard & Marjorie, The Conferring Church, 1987, soft, 232 pages

Updike, L. Wayne, Ministry to the Bereaved, 1973, hard, 109 pages

Walter, Gladys Mae, The Solid Rock, 1941, hard, 240 pages

Walter, Gladys Mae, Three Jumps Ahead of the Squirrels, 1971, 227 pages, hard

Walton, Eugene, God Is Alive, 1970, hard, 252 pages

Weldon, Roy E., and F. Edward Butterworth, Book of Mormon Deeps (Volume 1), 1977, private, hard, 356 pages

Weldon, Roy E., and F. Edward Butterworth, Book of Mormon Deeps (Volume 2), 1978, hard, private, 341 pages

Weldon, Roy E., Book of Mormon Deeps (Volume 3), 1979, hard, private, 350 pages

Weldon, Roy E., Never Alone, 1983, private, soft, 164 pages

Weldon, Roy E., Tantalizing Glimpses—Faint Whispers, 1991, private, soft, 39 pages

Wellington, Paul A., ed., Challenges to Kingdom Building, 1968, hard, 380 pages

Whiting, Biloine, and Josephine Skelton, North of Heaven, 1948, hard, 303 pages

Who's Who in Service, 1977, hard, 164 pages

Wyatt, Geraldine, Dawn of Peace, 1940, hard, 262 pages

Yale, Alfred H., Life and Letters of Paul, 1959, hard and soft, 304 pages

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Friday, March 1, 2013

From: Roxana Fishel

Memorial service for Russ Fishel

Russ Fishel's passing and memorial service. Russ died suddenly on Tuesday afternoon, February 19, 2013. His memorial service is scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, March 2nd, with the prelude of him singing the special music, which had been recorded from the different Restoration Branches where he sang. The recorded music was transferred to a CD and will be playing as people arrive and come in for the service. The prelude of him singing will start at 1:30 PM at Living Hope Restoration Branch at 2425 S Crysler, Independence MO 64052. The service will. then, start at 2:00 PM.

Thank you very much.
Roxana G. Fishel (Russ's wife).