Monday, October 31, 2016

2001 Honda Accord - For Sale - Price Reduced

From: Zach VanFleet
wolfwowitz1911@gmail.com


2001 Honda Accord - For Sale


2001 Honda Accord LX
Gold color
91,000 miles
$3,000.00 OBO
Sound System w/hookups for Amp and Subwoofers
Straight Pipe Exhaust (loud)
No trade-ins
Pictures available upon request

Zach
wolfwowitz1911@gmail.com

Saturday, October 29, 2016

OLDBOOKMAN NOVEMBER BOOK SALE - 200 RLDS Books on Sale!


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Paul Ludy
paulvludy@gmail.com
​​

OLDBOOKMAN NOVEMBER BOOK SALE

200 RLDS Books on Sale!




Go to Oldbookman.us to see the entire list of RLDS Books.


Don’t Forget!

All books currently in stock (New and Used) are available at wholesale

pricing for everyone. This offer good through December 31, 2016.

Purchase any 12 books and get a 10% discount on the entire order.

Purchase any 24 books and get a 20% discount on the entire order.

The only exceptions are books that I have to purchase from another author or publisher.


This offer good through November 30, 2016, or while supplies last.


Order by e-mail at Oldbookman@juno.com or call Paul at (816) 210-8450.



$15.00 Books


Saints’ Harmony, 1974 reprint of 1889 book, split pages with 1120 hymns (lyrics) and 542 tunes + 7 hymns with words and music, hard

Simmons, Verneil, Peoples, Places and Prophecies, 1981, soft, 273 pages

Smith, Elbert A., Timbers for the Temple, 1922, hard, 302 pages



$10.00 Books


Book of Mormon (Fair Condition), Replica of 1830 book, Herald House, 1970, hard

Henderson, John and Lilli, Discovery of the Last Chapter Vol 1, 1997, private, soft, 401 pages

Henderson, John and Lilli, Discovery of the Last Chapter Vol 2, 1997, private, soft

Henderson, John and Lilli, Secrets of the Last Sunrise, 1994, private, soft, 360 pages

Henderson, John and Lilli, Keys to the Hidden Mysteries, 1992, private, soft, 414 pages

Palfrey, Louise, The Divinity of the Book of Mormon Proven by Archaeology, Lamoni, IA, undated, hard, 226 pages

Parsons, A. H., Parsons' Text Book, Lamoni, IA, 1902, hard, 327 pages

Research in Mormonism, no date, private, hard, 248 pages

Smith, Elbert A., Brother Elbert, 1959, hard, 438 pages

Smith, Elbert A., Square Blocks, 1921, hard, 475 pages

Smith, Heman C., The Truth Defended (A Reply to Elder D. H. Bays' Doctrine and Dogmas of Mormonism), RLDS, 1901, hard and soft, 241 pages

Smith, Hyrum O. (“Orion”), Book of Mormon Talks, Lamoni, IA, 1908 and 1912, hard, 194 pages

Smith, Vida E., Young People's History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Volume 2), Lamoni, IA, 1918, hard, 226 pages

Smith, Vida E., Young People's History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Volume 1), Lamoni, IA, 1914, 410 pages, hard



$5.00 Books


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

Bingman, Margaret, Encyclopedia of the Book of Mormon, 1978, hard, 405 pages

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

Cheville, Roy A., Joseph and Emma, Companions, 1977, hard, 206 pages

Doctrine and Covenants (Fair Condition), 1971 Herald House reprint of 1835 book, hard, 282 pages

Donovan, Gregory I., Millennial Countdown, 1978, private, soft, 230 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, Life and Ministry of Jesus, 1982, soft, 403 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, The Edwards Commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants, 1986, hard 591 pages

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

Flanders, Robert Bruce, Nauvoo: Kingdom on the Mississippi, Univ of Illinois Press, Urbana, 1965, soft, 364 pages

Gresty, John T., The Course of Time (Dramatic Oratorio for 1930 Conference)

Hanson, Paul M., Jesus Christ among the Ancient Americans, 1959, hard, 204 pages

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

History of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Fair Condition) Individual Volumes 1‑8

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

Howard, Richard P, The Church Through the Years (Vol. 2), 1993, hard, 631 pages

Howard, Richard P, The Church Through the Years (Vol. 1), 1992, hard, 407 pages

Keairnes, Grace, A Reasonable Service, 1922, hard, 197 pages

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

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

Sanford, Mabel A., Joseph's City Beautiful, 1939, hard, 207 pages

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

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

Stevens, Thelona D., Research Notes on the Doctrine and Covenants (Fair Condition), 1980 and 1982, soft, 442 pages

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



$3.00 Books

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

Anway, Joseph and Carol, Adventures in a New Land, 1987, soft, 224 pages

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

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

Bryant, Verda A., Between the Covers of the Doctrine and Covenants, 1959, hard, 280 pages

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

Bryant, Verda, Between the Covers of the Book of Mormon, 1965, hard and soft, 176 pages

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

Butterworth, F. Edward, Adventures of a South Sea Missionary, 1961, hard, 217 pages

Butterworth, F. Edward, Irby, 1976, hard, 96 pages

Butterworth, F. Edward, Pilgrims of the Pacific, 1974, hard, 144 pages

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

Butterworth, Vida, Girls in White, soft, 176 pages

Cheville, Roy A., By What Authority, 1959, hard, 96 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Did the Light Go Out? 1962, hard and soft, 261 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Expectations for Endowed Living, 1972, hard, 122 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., My Endowing Experiences in Kirtland Temple, 1983, soft, 68 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., Spiritual Resources Are Available Today (Vol. 1), 1975, hard, 256 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Spiritual Resources Are Available Today (Vol. 2), 1975, hard, 239 pages

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

Cheville, Roy A., The Book of Mormon Speaks for Itself, 1971, hard, 203 pages

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

Cheville, Roy A., When They Seek Counsel, 1954, soft, 133 pages

Cheville, Roy, The Bible in Everyday Living, 1939 and 1944, hard

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

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

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

Cole, Clifford A., Faith for New Frontiers, 1956, hard and soft, 156 pages

Cole, Clifford A., The Prophets Speak, 1954, hard, 199 pages

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

Cole, Clifford A., The Mighty Act of God, 1984, soft, 192 pages

Conduff, Sara, Because He Cares, private, 1988, soft, 255 pages

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

DeLapp, G. Leslie, In the World..., 1973, hard, 250 pages

Dollins, Bill Jr., Lyrical Thoughts, 1966, hard, 71 pages

Doty, Harry L., Prayer Meetings, 1979, soft, 150 pages

Draper, Maurice L., Credo "I Believe," 1983, soft, 307 pages

Draper, Maurice L., Isles and Continents, 1982, soft, 296 pages

Draper, Maurice, Marriage in the Restoration, 1968, hard, 77 pages

Draper, Maurice, The Founding Prophet, 1991, soft, 255 pages

Draper, Maurice, The Gifts and Fruits of the Spirit, 1969, hard

Draper, Maurice, Why I Belong, 1958, hard and soft, 144 pages

Edwards, Deane Butler, All Children Are Mine, 1964, hard and soft, 235 pages

Edwards, Deane Butler, White Fields for Harvest, 1970, hard, 442 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, All Thy Mercies, 1962, hard, 213 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, Authority and Spiritual Power, 1956, hard, 125 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, Commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants, 1958, hard, 469 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, For Such a Time, 1963, hard, 351 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, God Our Help, 1981 reprint, soft, 230 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, God Our Help, 1943, hard and soft, 230 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, Missionary Sermon Studies, 1949, hard, 392 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, The Power that Worketh in Us, 1987, soft, 343 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, The Divine Purpose in Us, 1963, soft, 261 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, The Joy in Creation and Judgment, 1975, hard, 255 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, The Whole Wide World, 1959, (printed in Australia), hard, 176 pages

Edwards, Paul M., Aaronic Foundational Ministries, 1995, soft, 236 pages

Edwards, Paul M., Ethics: The Possibility of Moral Choice, 1987, soft, 246 pages

Edwards, Paul M., F. Henry Edwards: Articulator for the Church, 1995, soft, 142 pages

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

Edwards, Paul M., The Elder: Minister of Mission, 1997, soft, 92 pages

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

Fry, Evan A., Unto All Men, 1959, hard, 139 pages

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, Gomer T., An Exegesis of the Priesthood, mimeo, 154 pages

Griffiths, Gomer T., The Instructor [the cover says "Instuctor"], 1977 reprint, soft, 231 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

Hartshorn, Chris B., A Survey of the Doctrine and Covenants, 1962, hard and soft, 168 pages

Hartshorn, Chris B., Let Us Worship, 1946, hard, 190 pages

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

Hettrick, Ric and Marcia, From Among Men, 1976, hard, 220 pages

Holik, Norma Anne, Isaiah's Prophecies in the Book of Mormon, undated, private, soft, 158 pages

Holmes, Reed M., Israel, Land of Zion, 1978, hard, 112 pages

Holmes, Reed, The Patriarchs, 1978, soft, 173 pages

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

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

Hymnal for Youth, 1951, hard, 395 pages

Hymnal, The, (the “gray hymnal” in Fair Condition), 1956, hard, 582 hymns

Hymns of the Saints, 1981, 501 hymns, hard

Inouye, Henry K., Jr., Roy A. Cheville: Explorer of Spiritual Frontiers, 1996, soft, 171 pages

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

Judd, Peter & Bruce Lindgren, An Introduction to the Saints Church, 1976, hard and soft, 228 pages + 108 page User's Guide

Judd, Peter & Clifford Cole, Distinctives Yesterday and Today, 1983, soft, 168 pages

Judd, Peter, The Sacraments, 1978, soft, 174 pages

Judd, Peter, The Worshiping Community, 1984, soft, 178 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

Landon, Donald, To Be the Salt of the Earth, 1965, hard, 214 pages

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

Linder, Ted, Ben Nelson: Defender of the Faithful, 1981, soft, 105 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 (NEW)

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

McKiernan, F. Mark, and Roger D. Launius, An Early Latter Day Saint History: The Book of John Whitmer, 1980, soft, 213 pages

Monsees, Laurie, A Week in the Life of the Church, 1992, hard, 107 pages

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

Preston, John, Peter Bosten, 1978 reprint of 1918 book, soft, 352 pages

Reece, Colleen, Above the Winds of Change, 1987, soft, 144 pages

Reece, Colleen L., Fourth Generation P. K., 1981, soft, 144 pages

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

Reece, Colleen L., The Unknown Witnesses, 1974, hard, 159 pages

Reece, Colleen L., The Torchbearer, 1988, soft, 147 pages

Reece, Colleen L., The Other Nine, 1981, soft, 164 pages

Reece, Colleen L., The Ninety and Nine, 1984, soft, 157 pages

Ritchie, Malcolm L., Roy Cheville‑‑The Patriarch Years, 1997, Graceland College, soft, 423 pages

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

Ruoff, Norman D., (Ed.), Evan Fry‑‑Illustrations from Radio Sermons, 1975, hard

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

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

Russell, William D., The Word Became Flesh, 1967, hard, 284 pages

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

Saints’ Hymnal, 1933 (Fair Condition), 442 hymns, hard

Sanford, Mabel A., Joseph's City Beautiful, 1976, soft, 207 pages

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

Shields, Steven L., Latter Day Saint Beliefs, 1986, soft, 104 pages

Short, Viola, The Fourth Relaford, 1976 reprint of 1928 book, soft, 400 pages

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

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

Skylark Leaders Manual, soft

Skylark Ways, 1983, soft, 132 pages

Smith, Elbert A., Joe Pine, 1971 reprint, soft, 352 pages

Smith, Elbert A., Restoration: A Study in Prophecy, 1945 and 1951, hard, 290 pages

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

Smith, Frederick M., The Higher Powers of Man, 1968 reprint of 1918 book, soft, 232 pages

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

Smith, Lucy Mack, Joseph Smith and His Progenitors, 1969 reprint of 1912 book, soft, 371 pages

Smith, Mildred Nelson, The Word of Wisdom, 1977, hard and soft, 311 pages

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

Starks, Arthur, A Concordance to the Book of Mormon, 1955, hard, 501 pages

Starks, Arthur E., Concordance Supplement for the Inspired Version, 1962, hard, 231 pages

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

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

Stienon, Elaine, The Light of the Morning, 1988, soft, 283 pages

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

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

Tickemyer, Garland E., Story Illustrations for Church and Home, 1961, hard, 176 pages Tinkham, Ruby, The Unwilling Saint, 1959, hard, 160 pages

Twelve Sermons (by the Council of Twelve Apostles), 1972, hard, 151 pages

Updike, L. Wayne, Worth More Than Sparrows, 2001, private, soft, 108 pages

Walker, Marietta ("Frances"), With the Church in an Early Day, 1971 reprint of 1912 book, 354 pages, soft

Walter, Gladys Mae, The Solid Rock, 1975 reprint of 1941 book, soft, 240 pages

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

Wellington, Paul A., ed., Readings on Concepts of Zion, 1973, 316 pages, hard and soft

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

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

Yarrington, Roger, Restoration Ethics Today, 1963, hard and soft, 168 pages

Yarrington, Roger, The Auditorium, 1962, hard, 92 pages

Young, Robert and Doroles, How the Celestial Law Was Compromised, 38 pages



Go to Oldbookman.us to see the entire list of RLDS Books.


Nearly Give Away Sale


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: RONALD VANFLEET
vanfleet4@sbcglobal.net


Nearly Give Away Sale



Hello Everybody,

We have several items that we need to move.
We are nearly giving them away.
If interested in any of the them please call or text me at (816) 721-3962
Pictures are attached.
There are other smaller items also available.

Oak Table with leaf $100
Game table $50
Fuse ball Table $50
TV stand $25
Material $30 for all

Thank you









Friday, October 28, 2016

Missionary Services


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: paul gage
pauljg_64055@yahoo.com


Missionary Services



Dear Saints,

The Australian Mission 2016 team will be sharing testimonies at Waldo Ave. at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016.

The only exception will be Tom Rindels who will be sharing at Missionary Branch Sunday am.

The Pastors of Zion 5th Sunday Service, Oct. 30, 2016 also at Waldo Av. will feature missionaries from various recent missions to:

Australia, Canada, Germany, Nepal and possibly others.

The services at Waldo will be livestreammed at http://www.waldoavenuerestorationbranch.org

In Christ,
Paul Gage
SEAAM Board Member


Tidings of Zion - Updates

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: paul gage
pauljg_64055@yahoo.com


Tidings of Zion - Updates


Greetings Saints,

A couple of things regarding the Tidings of Zion:

1. If you know anyone who would like to receive the Tidings, send me their complete mailing address.

2. If you are aware of anyone who has moved, passed away, changed names, etc. in the last three months, please send me that info, if possible.

3. DEADLINE DATE FOR THE NEXT ISSUE IS NOVEMBER 4, 2016.

Branch news, retreats, missionary board reports, CRE Council/Officers reports, testimonies, special articles on scriptural topics, etc. are all welcome.

Photos are also welcome.

If you have something to submit and have any questions, please contact me. All items need to be sent electronically.

Thanks
In Christ,
Paul Gage
Chair, Publication Council of the Conference of Restoration Elders (CRE)

Request for Help with CPRS Robots


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Archie Gatrost
afgatrost@hotmail.com


Request for Help with CPRS Robots


To those that enjoy the youth,

The FIRST FTC robot team at CPRS could use assistance in helping the student build their robot. There are just too many things happening at the same time for two people to assist them in working on their individual projects.

If you like working with youth 7th grade and up, are familiar with hand tools, a drill press and a bandsaw, and are retired or have time to work with the team from 3:30 until 5:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school, we would really appreciate your help. Having a knowledge of robots or mechanisms is not a requirement, although helpful. We are working with the student on their ideas, with a touch of what does it take to make it work.

If you are interested, please contact me by email at afgatrost@hotmail.com

Thank you,

Archie​

May God be With You This Day.
Have a Wonderful Day!?? :)

Thursday, October 27, 2016

For Sale: Lighted Dining Room Hutch, Table and 6 chairs

From: Jackie Shearer
jackie.l.shearer@gmail.com


For Sale: Lighted Dining Room Hutch, Table and 6 chairs


For Sale: Lighted Dining Room Hutch, Table and 6 chairs in very good condition.

$375.00

Contact: Jackie Shearer, 816-739-8548





FREE Skills Courses on LinkedIn this WEEK only!


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Adam Willson
mormonadam@hotmail.com


FREE Skills Courses on LinkedIn this WEEK only!


LINKED IN is offering its courses of study this week FREE!

I got an email, as a LinkedIn account person, from their CEO that says:

“From October 24-30, you'll be able to access over 5,000 courses on LinkedIn Learning, and it's all completely free (no fine print, no catches, and no credit card required).”

These include Skills classes that they will add to your LinkedIn skills. Course types run from 2 hours to 40 hours: Python, many other topics of tech classes, CAD, ARTS, Management skills, team skills, Marketing, Sales skills, basic computer skills, Speed reading, personal development, PERSONAL FINANCE, etc., etc. [These are from Lynda.com]

I assume anyone that has signed up for LinkedIn has this opportunity. If you haven’t signed up- today is the day!

I am sure you have contact with people who could use MANY of these COURSES and that may need these added SKILLS to gain employment!

I am so excited! I want to send this out to everyone.
I have taken some of the Lynda.com classes and they are great! They also cost a lot of money over the year.

So, this is a great opportunity for every and anyone to take advantage of.

To review the classes you can see them through this URL.

https://www.linkedin.com/learning?trk=eml_c.wol-announce-v1_brandspark_learning&utm_campaign=eml_c.wol-announce-v1_brandspark_learning&utm_medium=email&utm_source=weekoflearning&src=e-eml&veh=Consumer_Email&fromEmail=true



Tidings of Zion Addresses Changes


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: paul gage
pauljg_64055@yahoo.com


Tidings of Zion Addresses Changes


Dear Saints,

We have received back the last issue of Tidings of Zion for the following people. If you can help with a new address, it will be much appreciated.

Battlefield, Mo Jason Perkins formerly on Robert E. Lee St.
Blue Springs, MO Jeremiah Jennings formerly on SW 10th St. Terr.
Buckner, MO Kevin Lamoreaux formerly Box 346
Buckner, MO Edwin Shupe formerly on E. Highway 24
Cameron, MO Julie Herman formerly Box 82
Centerview, MO Gilbert Wyand formerly on NW 701st Rd
Chillicothe, Mo Billy Raymo formerly Box 452
Grain Valley, MO Jeff Wampler formerly Box 485
Hemitage, MO Robert McFarland formerly Box 2242
Holden, MO Steve Davis formerly on NW 1351st Rd.
Holden, MO Joe O'Dell formerly on SW 750th Rd.
Holden, MO Ruth Stockwell formerly on NW 1421st Rd
Kingsville, MO James Hensley formerly Box 66
Republic, MO Jim Hood formerly o W. State Highway TT
Turney, MO Duane L'Hommedieu formerly on NE 312th St
Verona, MO Cecil Moon formerly on Lawrence

The following are all from Independence, MO
Name Former Address

Robert Cackler E. 33rd Terr. Ct. S.
John Davis E. 38th St. S,.
Beldon Denman Box 2239
George Green S. Eastland Center Dr.
Rick Howlett S. Noland Rd.
M.K. knussmann W. White Oak St
Bea Luther W. White Oak St.
Leslie Maitland E. 37th Terr. Ct. S.
Calvin Morgan E. 36th St. S.
Bryan Nordike E. 44th St. S.
Gene Parker Crane Ave.
Molly Postlethwait E. Larkspur Lane
Cara Smith E. Ellison Way
Lois Storms S. Brentwood St.
Ed Van Fleet S. Santa Fe Rd.

Many thanks

Paul Gage
Chair, Publication Council
Conference of Restoration Elders

ATTEND A CAREER FAIR / Kansas City Missouri Adam's Mark Hotel

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Garage Sale - 1810 Ethan Lane

From: John Cahill
amcjpc@sbcglobal.net


Garage Sale - 1810 Ethan Lane


Garage Sale
1810 N Ethan Lane
Independence MO 64058

Thursday, Friday and Saturday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Lots of tools and work clothes
Gloves
Loading ramps (folding)
much more

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

November 2016 Australian Restoration News

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: ​Noel Rowlatt
nandjrow@bigpond.com

November 2016 Australian Restoration News


Around and about the Centre Place by High Priest Paul Gage, Independence, Missouri.

Greetings to all the Saints in Australia,

The 2016 Australian Mission Team: Leo Carroll, Paul Gage, Jack Hagensen, Tom Rindels, and Jacob Roberts completed their 28 day mission trip and returned safely home to Independence, Missouri on Wednesday, October 19, 2016. All were tired physically, but "flying high," spiritually, as we praise the Lord for the wonderful ministry which
we received, as well as the ministry we were able to provide. It was truly a blessing for each of us to be able to be in Australia and share with so many Saints, as well as in the three branches and at the reunion.

The love, support, fellowship and ministry given to us cannot be adequately spoken by words. The Saints in Australia spoke to us in a most Christ-like manner FROM THE HEART. This was strongly felt by each of the team and the Australian Saints are endeared in our hearts. The fact that there were five of us, many times found each of us ministering to and receiving ministry from the Saints at the same time.

The team flew into Sydney on September 23, 2016 and then parted ways, with Paul, Jack, and Jacob going on to Brisbane and Leo and Tom flying into Tamworth. Each group was able to provide ministry to the Brisbane and Tamworth branches and Saints. Brother Noel Rowlatt was our tour guide and driver, which we appreciated very much.

Gary, Rebecca, Bethany, and Elsie Melling were our gracious hosts. On Wed. Sept. 28 we rode the bus to Tamworth and then on Fri. Sept. 30 the Team, Archers, and Schuberts travelled to the reunion. Roy and Daphne hosted Leo and Tom during their stay in Tamworth.

About 30-40 people attended the reunion, with some coming and going, as schedules permitted. Brother Danny Archer did a superb job as reunion director. The classes, services, fellowship and free time were all very good.

After the reunion, the Team went to the home of David, Melissa, Lauren, and Micah Game in Medowie, along with Gina Krieg, and Monique, Jacob, and Seth Hummel. The Team was treated royally during our stay with the Game family. We all had a wonderful time together. On Wed. Oct. 5, the Team packed the church car and headed for Euroa,
stopping in Yass to visit Mary Dunn and in Tumut for a short visit with Chloe and Jackie Schubert and spending the night at the motel where they both work. Thur. Oct. 6 found us going on to Euroa to the home of Murray and Delma Broughton. If you have had the privilege of being hosted by Murray and Delma, you know what a treat it is to spend time with them and receive of their love and outstanding care and attention. This was true of all those who opened their homes to us. While in Euroa, Murray took us around to visit several Saints and non-members, which was a real blessing for us. There were about 19 in attendance at Kelvin View on Sun. Oct.9, where the Team members each had
time to share testimonies. On Monday, Oct. 10, about 12 people gathered at Murray and Delma's for a hymn sing which was a joyous time of worship and fellowship. Afterwards, we had the privilege of sharing in the celebration of Sister Elma Grayden's 90th birthday and you should have seen all the kissing Elma and Geoff did, just like two love birds. The Team, with Murray and Delma then joined the Neville and Betty Broughton family for dinner. Along with a great meal, we enjoyed great fellowship.

On Tue. Oct. 6 the Team headed back toward Medowie, with another stop in Tumut to visit Chloe, Jackie, Bridey, Cooper, and Nikalla and an overnight stop in Yass where we had another wonderful visit with Sister Mary Dunn.

Leaving Yass, our journey took us to Dee Why in Sydney where we had an outstanding visit with Sister Faye Butterworth and then it was back to Medowie.

One day, we drove with Gina down to Swansea Heads to visit Mandy and Geoff Fry. They have such a beautiful home and view of the ocean, from nearly every direction. They almost gained five permanent guests. On Sunday, Oct. 16, the Team, Gina, and Mandy went up to Port Macquarie and met the Archers, Schuberts and Lance and Georgia
Dunn and family and shared in the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper together. This was followed by a great meal and wonderful fellowship.

On Monday we did some sight-seeing and then on Tues. Oct. 18, Melissa Game drove us to Sydney to the Airport Hotel where we spent the night. Before going to the hotel we got a close up look at the Sydney Opera House. We also shared in a marvelous meeting with Ron and Jan Mitchell, at the hotel. Wednesday found us with mixed feelings as we rejoiced at the thought of returning home to our families, but deeply saddened by having to leave such a wonderful country and beautiful and marvelous Saints. And so, we say, thank you to all those we met with and shared with. You brought much joy to each of us, and I can say with sincere feeling, the words of a recent song, "You raised us up, so we could stand on mountain, you raised us up, to walk on stormy seas. We are strong when we were on your shoulders, you raise us up to more than we could be." Of course, that song is referring to what Jesus does for each of us, but held true for our church family in Australia as you took us in and cared for us. We see the church strong in Australia in the lives of the dedicated and faithful Saints.

AUSTRALIAN RESTORATION NEWS

The Mission Team will be sharing at Waldo Avenue Restoration Branch on Sunday, October 30 in the morning and a wider circle of other mission teams will be sharing that evening in the Pastors of Zion 5th Sunday Service also at Waldo. Other mission teams have been in Africa, Nepal and possibly Russia. You can see these and other services on
your computer through live streaming at http://www.waldoavenuerestorationbranch.org

THE LORD BE WITH YOU AND BLESS EACH ONE; THE LORD BE WITH EACH ONE, AND BLESS YOU EVERY DAY!! In place of the words, "each one," say your name.

COME AS YOU ARE by Sr.Gillian Maas, Brisbane, Australia.

But he answered them and said, “Verily I say unto you, All sins which men have committed, when they repent, shall be forgiven them; for I came to preach repentance unto the sons of men. And blasphemies, wherewith soever they shall blaspheme, shall be forgiven them that come unto me, and do the works which they see me do” (Mark 3:22-23).

God’s ultimate desire for us is that we come to know Him (Alma 9:41), and that we love Him (John 14:15), because as our creator, He has always loved us (1 John 4:19) and wants us to abide with Him always (Gen. 6:62). There are no stipulations in making the decision to turn to God. Just, come as you are.

Similar to the feast parable (Matt. 22), we tend to make excuses for not accepting His invitation. We think after I accomplish this, break this habit, this addiction, I’ll become worthy. We think that later we will be more deserving, but He says “Come as you are, now.” Why? Why would He want us as we are? Because He can work with that. He can be glorified in the work that He does in us. People will see a change in us, and know it is the hand of God. “When
we enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, something wonderful happens: God begins to change our desire, and we want to be more like Him” (Joyce Meyer). When we come to know Jesus, our natural reaction is to be sorry for the things we have done and desire to be a better person. So, come as you are.

Luke 19:2-10 tells of Zacchaeus, the small in stature and much hated tax man who climbed a tree to catch a glimpse of Jesus. Passing by, Jesus called him by name and told him to come down, that He wanted to eat at his house.

Christ’s followers were unhappy that Jesus ate and visited with such a sinner. But “. . . the son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost” (Luke 19:10). What a change there was wrought in the heart of Zacchaeus and from that moment he wanted to be like Jesus. He promised to give half his wealth away and to repay four fold to all those he
had cheated. He was not only asking for forgiveness; he was displaying his repentance. Come as you are.

Jesus visited Gergesenes and healed a man, called Legion, possessed of many devils, who had previously lived amongst the tombs, traumatizing the locals, wailing in the mountains and cutting himself. As soon as this tormented man had his moment with Jesus, he wanted to follow and be constantly with Him. But Jesus told him that he must stay in Gergesenes and testify of the great things God had done for him (Mark 5). So come as you are. Legion had been right in the middle of his revolting life, when Christ turned it around for him. Don’t wait. Mosiah tells us in 12:5-11 that his sons “were the very vilest of sinners” and when they had an experience with Jesus right in the middle of their
sinful existence, they were truly remorseful for their actions, changed their ways and were emphatic about sharing God’s salvation. It wasn’t before and it wasn’t after they gave up or did something. Their friend Alma (the younger) was wicked and worshiped anything that wasn’t God; purposely deceiving people in order to breakdown the church.

Apparently that’s still not too far from God. In his wicked state, just as he was, he had a genuine repentance moment with God. There is a modern day song that has lyrics that share this same message, “Oh sinner come kneel, Earth has
no sorrow that heaven can’t heal, Wanderer come home, you’re not too far, Lay down your hurt, lay down your heart, Come as you are” (Crowder, 2014). It is never too late to seek forgiveness and start again on a clean slate.

John 8 tells of a woman who had been caught in the very act of her sin, and dragged before Jesus. That’s coming as you are. Jesus told her that she was forgiven, and to go and sin no more, and “the woman glorified God from that hour”

(John 8:11). There is nothing that is too awful that we could possibly have done that renders us unloved and useless to God. Paul said “For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Rom. 8:38-39). God doesn’t need you; He is omnipotent and all power. But He wants you. So come as you are. CS Lewis said “God doesn’t want something from us, He simply wants us.” The benefits of coming to God are beyond what we could ever imagine for ourselves. “… it is written, “Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him”

(1 Cor. 2:9). So if we’ve never known Jesus or thinking of returning to Him for the millionth time, come now as you are. “I will be merciful unto them, saith the Lord God, if they will repent and come unto me; for mine arm is lengthened out all the day long, saith the Lord God of hosts” (2 Nephi 12:41).

We don’t have to be perfect or a baptized church goer in order to make the decision to know Him. We know that to have eternal salvation we must be baptized, but baptism doesn’t happen without first making a decision to turn to Jesus, and asking for repentance. “If ye will repent ye shall be saved, and if ye will not repent, ye shall be cast off at the last day” (Alma 13:37). It’s most probable that the 10 lepers, the hunched over woman and the woman with an issue of blood were not baptised when they had their defining moment with Jesus. It’s almost a guarantee that the faithful centurion certainly was not. However, had they continued to follow Him they would have learnt of and desired His salvation. When we come before the King we instantly fall on our knees in humility and repentance. Come as you
are. Learn of Him. He says “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest” (Matt.11:28). God has a magnitude of blessings and promises for us. If it wasn’t true, He wouldn’t have said it. Come as you are.

Come ask for repentance. Seek His face and learn of Him. He paid the ultimate sacrifice so that we could have the opportunity to live with Him for all eternity. In return, He wants us, just as we are, the student, the drop out, the labourer, the engineer, the lawyer, the drug abuser, the teacher, the musician, the inmate, the policeman, the stay at home mum, the alcoholic, the entrepreneur, the redundant . . . everyone. He can make a beautiful and fulfilling life
with our lives that we offer back to Him. He is the creator of everything, and when He invites us to come to Him, it is because He has so much more and so much better for us then what we already have planned for ourselves. God forgives, He heals, He restores, He comforts, He listens, He advises, He provides for our needs, He enlightens, He
transforms us, He is the giver of all we enjoy. Come as you are, ask for forgiveness, learn of Him, receive of His promises and encounter His grace.

“Blessed are they who shall believe on me; and again, more blessed are they who shall believe on your words, when ye shall testify that ye have seen me and that I am. Yea, blessed are they who shall believe on your words, and come down into the depth of humility, and be baptized in my name; for they shall be visited with fire and the Holy Ghost,
and shall receive a remission of their sins. Yea, blessed are the poor in spirit, who come unto me; for theirs is the kingdom of heaven” (Matt. 5:3-5).

Australian Reunion submitted by Elder Peter & Sr.Helen Archer

We really enjoyed meeting with the Saints at Reunion. Getting to see our loved ones we had not seen in a long time.

We enjoyed the fellowship and Spiritual food. We were very appreciative of the visiting Ministry from the U.S. and for the sacrifice of time and effort they made in coming to Australia, sharing in our Reunion and visiting out here. Thanks are extended to High Priest Paul Gage, Elder Jack Hagensen, Elder Leo Carroll, Elder Tom Rindels and Deacon Jacob Roberts.

The Adult classes were enjoyed by all and taken by Elder Neil Kerswell and High Priest Paul Gage. Each
night we had a different Speaker, With Elder Tom Rindels the first night, and Elder Jack Hagensen the next evening and High Priest Paul Gage the final one.

The young people’s Classes were taken by Sr. Linda Kerswell and Sr. Emma Kerswell for the younger
group while Bro. Jack Hagensen took the older youth. We thank them for their Ministry to the youth.
We would also like to thank Sr. Monique Hummel who did an excellent craft session for the young and
young of heart. The craft turned out really lovely.
Each morning we had a Prayer and Testimony Service. On Sunday morning we held a Sacrament Service with Elder Kelly Loyd giving the address.

It was hard to say goodbye to everyone on the Monday morning. We bid each other farewell and had a Dedication Service. We farewelled Elder Kelly and Sr. Gianna Loyd as they left Australia for the the US to be with their family.

Our five American visitors then went to stay with Br. David and Sr. Mellisa Game and then set out to go
down South to visit the Saints in Southern New South Wales and Victoria.

We would like to thank everybody for coming and participating in the Reunion. People came from far and wide; from Adelaide, Townsville, Brisbane, Tamworth, Wauchope, Newcastle, Sydney and the United States. We became family and had a small glimpse of Zionic living here; everyone working together and loving one another. The Theme of the Reunion was " Charity is the pure love of Christ" and I think people were trying to show this to each other.

God be with you till we meet again

Poem “Reunion 2016” written at the Australian Reunion by Linda L Kerswell, Kingston Branch.

Well this last 12 months flew by with outrageous pace, And as camp fast approached I felt, "This is a lost race" But I made myself attend holding to my faith tightly, that if I endure on through everything, Camp would shine brightly.

There's no doubting the deep love and respect I have for you all, Despite this my spiritual well being stayed at a crawl.

Why do we hold on so tight to that which we shouldn't, While my Lord wanted to relieve me but unfortunately he couldn't.

Each night I make a habit of recalling 3 blessings received, Usually this is done with ease but lately these have been hard to retrieve.

Then this morning, in Prayer Service, I finally felt a change, Finally I could open my heart and make room for my Lord to arrange.

So my advice, Brothers and Sisters, should you like to take it on, Is to turn to your Saviour first, even before taking burdens on, Seek to see the best in your surrounding family and friends And before hurts turn to festers seek to humbly make amends.

Seek to see the many gifts that individuals have had bestowed and strive to foster avenues for future growth so they can be showed.

The Lord doesn't give gifts to be buried away and wasted, Just like scrumptious food it should be enjoyed and tasted.

My one wish for all of you gathered with me tonight
is that you will feel my Love and Prayers with you as for our Lord you strive to fight.

Tamworth News submitted by Sr.Helen Archer

We held a Service on the 9 th October, the following Sunday after Reunion. Then the following weekend
Deacon Roy and Sr. Daphne Schubert, Elder Peter and Sr.Helen Archer drove to Port Macquarie to attend a Wedding. On the following day a service was held in Sr.Merran’s home at Wauchope at which 19 attended.

Srs.Gina Krieg and Mandy Fry drove up with the American men, and along with Bro.Lance & Georgia
Dunn, Isabella, Xavier, Charlotte, Malachi and Sebastian, and the four of us made a total attendance of 19 and following the service we enjoyed a fellowship lunch.

South Australia News submitted by Sr.Monique Hummel, South Australia 2016 Reunion Report; We had a wonderful time at this year’s camp visiting with the Saints - both Church family and friends. We traveled together for two days by car, to attend and agreed that it was well worth the trip. We enjoyed the opportunity to catch up with family also and were fortunate to see many relatives there.

The campsite was fantastic and we enjoyed using the swimming and other sport facilities between services.

By Seth - It was good. I liked the camp site and being able to spend time with other kids from the Church.

By Jacob - I enjoyed playing soccer with the other kids and the indoor games we played with them.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone on behalf of my family for all of the prayers
love and support. We have had an 'explosive' year. Our lives have changed very much but we are feeling loved and supported and slowly gaining our strength again.

My Testimony by Sr.Monique Hummel South Australia

My testimony begins over 18 months ago at the 2015 Reunion in New South Wales. When my family
traveled to New South Wales for the 2015 Reunion. It was our first Church camp and we weren't sure what to expect or what to take. We were on a very limited budget and I felt as though 'the odds were stacked against us.' During a service I was caught off-guard when the offering plate was passed around. At the time I only had $50 notes in my wallet which was to cover fuel expenses for the journey home. I was worried because I felt I couldn't afford to offer $50 and still have enough money to get home but I didn't want to pass the offering plate without putting anything on it. I decided to place a $50 note in the plate and trust that God would sort it out. I didn't share this with anyone. Later that day I heard that someone needed to copy some 'handouts' following a class. Having brought 'everything' along to camp, I had a laptop and printer and was able to do the necessary copying. I was later asked to accept some money to cover the expenses of ink for copying. It was $50. I thanked God and couldn't wait to share my experience with my sons who were with me. They were doubtful. The following day there was another service and as the offering plate was passed around. The boys looked at me and said "Go-on. Do it again.” Then I felt they were challenging me to prove what I had shared with them. I did do it again. With all three of my sons watching we placed the money on the offering plate. When camp finished and we headed home we hadn't discussed the offering plate again
until my mother arrived shortly after us and resented me with money that had been given to her to pass on to us. The boys were amazed. I told them "God is good." My testimony continues through to this year’s
Reunion because God did it again, but with much more.

Prayer Request. I would like to request prayers for my friend Christine Hedrick. I was introduced to
Christine through Sr. Pat Chadwick who was visiting Australia (from Independence) for the 2015 Reunion.

Christine is a wife and young mother of three, doing some serious battle with Cancer - of many different
varieties. Her full story can be seen on the Caring Bridge Website. Please read it. Followed by Matthew
18:19. Pray for her and her family. Her life is in God's hands. Monique Hummel.

Victoria News submitted by Elder Murray Broughton

"Lord, I bring to you my burdens and you know my situation. You know I can't make it without you;
comfort my heart, give me strength and help me carry on".

Services:

Sept. 18, 2016-- Elder M Broughton. D & C Section 76

Sept. 25, 2016-- Elder M. Broughton Reading Colossians 1: 1-18. Christ the Head of the body, the Church.

Oct. 2, 2016-- Elder M Broughton Communion Address- 1 Peter 1: 19-25. 1 Peter 1: 3&4

Oct. 9, 2016-- -- Service by our visiting Ministers from America.

Mon. 10th. We met at our home on the 10th October for a Hymn, Scripture & Testimony Service taken by our brethren from America. Some people who had been visited prior were in attendance for the Sunday And Monday meetings. Win Piper played the organ.

Oct.16 2016-- Elder Geoffrey Grayden Asst. by .Elder M Broughton.

Texts : 1. Life. Phil. 2:16 . 2. Light. Psalms 119: 108. 3..Power. Romans 1:16 4. Pure. Psalms 119:140
1. Unchangeable. Psalms 119:89. 6..Searches. Hebrews 4:12. 7..Judges-- -John 12:8

News And Notices

Many thanks to our American friends who came to Australia. to share with us and provide ministry. Thank you Brethren Paul Gage, Jack Hagensen, Leo Carroll, Tom Rindels and Jacob Roberts for the time that you spent in our area and for the ministry given. May God bless you as you continue in the Lord’s Service.

Sr.Elma Grayden celebrated her 90 th .Birthday on the 11 th October and it was Br. Geofrey Grayden’s 88th birthday on 18th September, Together they have given many wonderful years of service to their Lord.

We took Bro.Geoffrey to Euroa Hospital after church on his birthday to see Sr.Grayden. She had also
spent periods of time in Goulburn Valley Hospital, Violet Town Nursing Home but thankfully is well enough now to be back home and was able to play the organ at church on the 16 th October.

Deepest sympathies are extended to Jenny Derks and family on the passing of her father.

Sr. Jenny Sutter has been in hospital, but is home now and we pray for her speedy recovery. As I am
writing this report, a super typhoon is ravaging the Philippines and Pangasinan is one of the hardest hit
provinces in Central Luzon. We pray that no lives are lost. Rice crops, which is the main source of income, are submerged and it is hoped that they recover.

Elder Murray & Sr. Delma Broughton will be away visiting and giving ministry in the Philippines from 9 th November till 4 th December.

"At my lowest; GOD is my Hope

At my darknest; GOD is my light

At my weakest; GOD is my strength

At my saddest; God is my comforter

GOD IS MY EVERYTHING."

News has just come through that Sr,Elma Grayden had a successful major operation on Tuesday 25 th October.

She is in the Shepparton Hospital. Please pray for her speedy recovery.

Please include in your prayers the following people who are in need of a blessing

Geoff & Elma Grayden, Gwen Whately, Adrienne & Robert Windsor, Alma & Janice Kerswell

Loris Broughton, Dirk Waasdorp, Don & Nina DiRico, Murray Broughton,

Monique Hummel & Family Mary Dunn, George Parker Audrey Kerswell.

Christine Hedrick.

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST RESTORATION BRANCH

17-19 Juers Street, Kingston, Queensland. Pastor: Elder Alma Kerswell. Phone 07 3800 1151

ACTIVITY SCHEDULE, NOVEMBER 2016.

Sun. 6 th . 10.00 a.m. COMMUNION SERVICE. Elder N.Rowlatt asstd by Elder A Kerswell

Musical Item for Service. Glenn Kerswell

11.10 a.m. Prayer & Testimony Service. Elder N.Rowlatt

Sun. 13 th . 9.50 a.m. Hymn Sing: Linda Kerswell Flowers: Linda Kerswell

10.00 a.m. PREACHING SERVICE. Priest L.Scott asstd.by Elder A.Kerswell

11.10 a.m. Class. Elder N.Churchill

Sun. 20 th . 9.50 a.m. Hymn Sing: Luke Scott Flowers: Del Churchill

10.00 a.m. Restorationists Service. Elder N.Melling asstd.by Elder N.Rowlatt

Musical Item for Service. Linda Kerswell
followed by fingerfood shared lunch. Please bring a plate.(All Welcome.)

Sun. 27th . Flowers: Janice Kerswell

10.00 a.m. Favourite Hymn, Scripture, Prayer & Testimony Elder A.Kerswell

11.10 a.m. Class. Elder N.Churchill

BRANCH NEWS and ANNOUNCEMENTS for Kingston Branch..

Birthdays. Our best wishes to the following people who have their Birthdays in November.

George Parker on the 9th Jessica Kerswell on the 17th Glenn Kerswell on the 28th.

Wedding Anniversary. Congratulations to Robert & Adrienne Windsor who celebrate their 67th Wedding
Anniversary on Tuesday 10th November.

Branch AGM. Our Branch Financial year ends on the 31st October. The treasurer needs to have any outstanding accounts by that date to allow time for the minutes for our AGM to be printed and distributed. Reports from all Branch officers need to be received by the secretary by Sunday 13th November. Our AGM is scheduled for Sunday 4th

December.

Donations for Philippines. It is time once again to make our annual contributions for the poor and needy in the Philippines. Donations should be paid to the Branch Treasurer, Priest Luke Scott, by Sunday 20 th November, and the total amount will be forwarded to Elder Murray Broughton, along with some money from the Oblation Fund, for distribution to those in need in the Philippines.

New Tenant in Kingston Church Residence. Sr.Linda Kerswell has moved from the residence attached to the church in Juers Street and the Trustees have given approval for a young man, Geoffrey Myer, to move in. Geoffrey will be caring for the maintenance of the grounds. We ask all to respect his privacy as he has agreed to respect ours.

Visiting Ministry. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to High Priest Paul Gage, Elder Jack Hagensen and Deacon Jacob Roberts for the ministry they gave in the Brisbane area as part of their mission to Australia. We would also express our thanks to Elder Gary & Sr. Becky Kerswell who provided accommodation for them during their visit to Queensland.

Contributions to the Australian Restoration News need to come by the 20 th of the month and must be
submitted by email if possible. Email details are nandjrow@bigpond.com.au Phone contact: 07 3824 8386

We would love to have contributions from isolated members in Australia; articles or testimonies or
just greetings. We would also like to hear from American saints who have ministered in Australia.

If you do not have access to an internet facility and would like to post your article to me, I will try and have it typed and included, but I would need to receive it by the 18th of the month for inclusion in the next issue.

Postal details are as follows: Noel Rowlatt, 6 Wetheral Place, Alexandra Hills, 4161 Queensland, Australia.


Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Pastors of Zion - 5th Sunday Joint Branch Worship Service


From: Dayn Cederstrom

daynlarz@yahoo.com


Pastors of Zion - 5th Sunday Joint Branch Worship Service


Come and join with the Saints for the 5th Sunday Worship Service this Sunday, October 30 at Waldo Restoration Branch.

6:00 pm Song Service

6:30 pm Worship Service - Member of the missionary teams will be sharing about their recent trips to Germany, Nepal and Australia.

Come and worship with the Saints!



National Day of Prayer for the First Nations

From: Lynette Davis
lynettedavis2400@gmail.com

All Tribes D.C.
National Day of Prayer for the First Nations


October 21, 2016

Read and see more:

HOME | All Tribes D.C.

http://www.alltribesdc.org/

OPPORTUNITY TO ASSIST AT CPRS


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Center Place Restoration School
cprsgoldeneagles@yahoo.com


OPPORTUNITY TO ASSIST AT CPRS


CPRS currently operates two assistance programs which help those families who are in need.

ADOPT A STUDENT allows you to assist in our students’ tuition needs by making monthly or annual contributions. Your contribution may be for a specific student or a general donation to the Adopt-A-Student fund.

TUITION ASSISTANCE funding provides financial assistance to help families. These monies are used solely for tuition, and each family who wishes to receive assistance must submit paperwork to the CPRS Board of Trustees’ Finance Committee, who will review the request and award the monies as they see fit.

We find that this year we have more families with financial need. We invite you to become engaged in the great work going on at CPRS. Donations may be mailed directly to the school at the address below, or you may visit our website at www.cprsgoldeneagles.com and click on the green “donate now” button on the home page. We appreciate donations of all sizes.


CENTER PLACE RESTORATION SCHOOL
819 W. Waldo Avenue
Independence MO 64050
(816) 252-1715



Monday, October 24, 2016

Audio Cassette Tapes

----- Forwarded message ------
From: Paul Ludy
paulvludy@gmail.com


Audio Cassette Tapes


I have a friend who wants to find a home or homes for some sets of audio cassettes (NOT CD's).

He has:
Oakman's Florida Reunion Series
Oakman's Endowment Series
New Testament (14 tapes)

If interested, please call George Givens in Mobile, AL.
His number is: 251 666-5566

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Free Queen Size Mattress

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: ​Dana Hall​

dmhall7@comcast.net
Free Mattress


Free Queen Size Mattress


available immediately

Dana Hall
816-807-8238

House For Sale​ - Blue Springs​

From: Julie Bartley
jubar126@yahoo.com


House For Sale​ - Blue Springs​


Our house has been a wonderful home to 3 generations at one time, but now it is time to move on. This is in a very quiet neighborhood. Country-type feel but close to everything. Perfect for multi-generational families. Mother in law quarters in lower level with walkout to street and fenced back yard. Lots of windows on main floor and lower level. Master suite with sitting room on main floor. Laundry on main floor and lower level.

Any questions?
Feel free to call me.
Julie Bartley 816-217-7161

​http://www.terryjagow.com/Home/2621-S-Bly-Court-Blue-Springs-MO-64015/HRT/2014467/

CPRS Junior Class Fundraiser Tomorrow!!

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Candleinthenight2003
candleinthenight2003@yahoo.com


CPRS Junior Class Fundraiser Tomorrow!!


When: Monday, October 24 at 8:00 p.m.

Where: Facebook!
www.facebook.com/groups/fabulousfashionfor5

What:Fundraising for the CPRS Junior Class, shopping beautiful, trendy jewelry!
Cost: All Jewelry is just $7! $3 from each piece sold goes straight to the junior class!

Come join us for a fun Facebook party to support the junior class! Hundreds of brand new pieces of jewelry, just $7 each!
Come find Christmas gifts and something new for you! See you there!

Ford Van For Sale

From: Tony Durant
tntdurant87@yahoo.com

Ford Van For Sale



Tony and Teresa Durant are Downsizing and Selling their Van.

2001 Ford Windstar Limited
190,000+ Miles
$1,500.00


Please Phone or Text 816-305-0445
for additional information.

Tony

Home For Sale

From: Tony Durant
tntdurant87@yahoo.com


Home For Sale


Tony and Teresa Durant are Downsizing and Selling their home.

30200 Heidelberger Road
Buckner, Missouri 64016

4 Bedrooms
3 Baths
Country Kitchen
Walk-Out Finished Basement with Living Suite and Patio
Over 3,000 Square Feet
5 Acres
Stocked Pond
Fruit Trees
$329,000


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Get FREE inspiring election videos for your church

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From: Charlie and Susan Booth
csbooth2001@yahoo.com


Get FREE inspiring election videos for your church


Dear Saints of the Restoration,


Share with your pastor View this email in your browser.

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With the election just days away, it’s time to mobilize faithful voters.

That’s why I ask you to have your pastor download the videos below and show it this Sunday at church.

Connect your church’s faith to the future of our nation!

https://www.myfaithvotes.org/think/churches/videos/


Singles Get Together

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From: Restoration Singles
restoration.singles4christ@gmail.com

Singles Get Together


Well good evening everyone,

We had a great time last weekend and missed the ones that couldn't make it. Hope to see you at the next get together.

Well let's just get the next one going. We will be getting together at the
Missionary Restoration Branch located at: 3415 N Elsea Smith Road, Buckner, MO on Saturday November 19 at 4:30 p.m. for a chili or chili dog dinner and movie night. Everyone should bring a hotdog or chili topping (cheese, onions, bacon, sour cream...) or a movie snack to share, it's your choices and a lawn chair if you want a comfy chair for the movie or movies... We will play it by ear.

We can't wait to see you.
​Susan

Saturday, October 22, 2016

​Free Tractor Tire​

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From: Cindy Holman
clholman7@gmail.com

​Free Tractor Tire​


Free tractor size tire for anyone that's interested in using it for something ... maybe a sandbox?

Call Cindy 816-217-7562

The "STEAM TRAIN TRAVELERS" Music Show Debut

From: Dan Edson
emusic247@yahoo.com

The "STEAM TRAIN TRAVELERS" Music Show Debut




https://www.facebook.com/SteamTrain-Travelers-1805473203036407/

http://www.livinghopebranch.org/videos.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLNuE24f8cE&feature=youtu.be

Thanks,
Dan and Renae

Friday, October 21, 2016

Free Puppy


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From: Roye Dillon
roye@kclandscapes.com


Free Puppy


We have been fostering a half border collie/ half ? mix puppy (definitely has some lab in the heritage). She's the sister to our children's puppy born on June 23rd. Her name is Oreo. She's very sweet & children friendly. If it wasn't for my oldest 2 daughters being so attached to our puppy we'd keep Oreo instead of ours! She has not had any shots yet. We want her to go to go to a new home asap. Call or text me on my cell phone. We live near 35th and Blue Ridge Blvd in SW Independence.

Thank you and have a blessed day!
Roye!
Prestige One Landscaping
816-564-6940 (cell)
816-796-7548 (office)






Update on All Nations North America (ANNA) and All Tribes DC



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From: ​​Dwight and Pam Burford
dpburford@all4liberty.net


Update on All Nations North America (ANNA) and All Tribes DC - going on right now


Dear family and friends,

Today is a special day in our Nation’s Capital. There is a Native American gathering going on right now. It is called All Tribes DC and is related to the gathering that members of my family and I attended in Tahlequah, OK, on October 7th and 8th. The attached pdf file includes some of the amazing testimonies we received while in Tahlequah earlier this month. God is truly in this work and I hope and trust you will take the time to prayerfully consider how He is setting His hand a second time to recover His ancient covenant peoples. Time is short and things are going to be moving rather quickly now as the Lord fulfills the covenants which He has made with Abraham and his children (both by linage and by faith).

With much love for you, God’s blessings in our Lord Jesus Christ,

Dwight


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​Dear Family and Friends,

Upon waking on August 31, I received a gracious invitation to fast. It was a quiet word of faith accompanied with a peaceable assurance.
Because I had so much work to accomplish that day for my business, I soon found myself focusing on how best to go about getting everything done that I felt pressing upon me. In the distraction of the moment, I fixed my usual humble breakfast for strength for the day and then started in on the day’s activities. However, instead of being strengthened by eating, it seemed to take away my strength. In fact, by early afternoon I had to lie down for a moment to rest.
While reclining, the thought came to mind to review some headline news on my iPhone. One headline stood out. It was for an article which included a video link to an invitation to join a gathering of Native Peoples in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, in early October and then again in Washington DC in late October. The main organization calling for the fast is called All Nations North America, or A.N.N.A. Here is the link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sN-LVkRtmPg
After watching the video, I noticed these words written below it: “… 40 day fast starts August 31 to Oct. 8.” It was August 31. Their fast began that day, the same day I had been called into fasting and prayer! With this realization came a most wondrous assurance affirming that this was a movement of God’s Spirit and I was being called to join them in this fast.
I was both amazed and concerned. I had never fasted that long. Nevertheless, I refused to allow doubt to rob me of the assuring joy I was receiving; instead, I asked the Lord to grant me a fast so that I might join in the A.N.N.A. fast with full purpose of heart and with an eye single to His glory. God was faithful and He welcomed me into the fast.
Immediately, strength was returned to me along with an encouragement to get the word out to as many of God’s people as possible about this movement of God. The first email I sent was to my fellow laborers here in our home congregation. I included just the link to the video and a subject line without any explanation. I was given assurance from the Lord that He would bring a confirming witness to my brethren of its significance. That night at our branch prayer meeting, two of these brethren that were present stood and bore testimony of the witness they had received affirming the call to them; and with the witness they received, they too joined in the fast.
Early the next week, while continuing in fasting and prayer, I asked the Lord for further understanding as to why He had called me into this particular fast. My aim was to fully appreciate His call and to fulfill His purpose in calling me to do so. The answer came in the form of an image in my thoughts accompanied by an unmistakable assurance that with this image the Lord was answering my request.
The image that formed in my thoughts was of the morning Jesus rose from the dead. On that wondrous day the first person Jesus met was Mary, whom He had healed. Upon greeting her, Jesus told her to go tell His brethren that He was going to His Father and their Father; to His God and their God (cf. John 20:17). What this amazing message meant exactly I did not know, but I was assured I soon would.
During the first seven days of the A.N.N.A. fast, I just drank water. After those first seven days and for the remainder of the 40 days leading up to the weekend of October 8th, I fasted most meals, days, and all weekends with my prayers stayed on the gathering in Tahlequah.
One weekend while fasting, I worked outside all day replacing the trim and 4x8-ft by 5/8-inch thick plywood siding on our 10x12-ft shed. I was finding that the fast had not made me weaker but stronger.
When the time finally arrived for the solemn assembly in Tahlequah, my wife Pam and our daughter Naomi and I drove down to Oklahoma the afternoon of October 7. That evening, we were in awe of the many prayers of intercession offered by Native American women. They impressed me as the kind of mighty prayers which get work done, the kind that move heaven and earth through their faith in Jesus Christ.
At one point that evening, I stood near the stage to video a talk given by Chastity Sandoval, a Native American woman from the Navajo tribe. She was one of the key persons God had moved upon to bring A.N.N.A into existence and to carry its message all over North America to the native peoples of the land.
As Chastity spoke, she conveyed very clearly her love for the Lord and her passion for encouraging and lifting up “All Nations North America” unto Him. Her words of encouragement and counsel were definitely commendable and constructive.
When I finally realized that the majority of individuals we had heard from that evening were women, I asked the Lord where the Native American men were. Immediately the image of Jesus’ commission to Mary that I had received early on in the 40-day fast came to mind. I now understood that as Jesus had done that great day He rose from the dead, He was raising up many Marys among us to go to His brethren today – for they are all His brethren – and tell them that He lives and to go and meet Him.
Then a most incredible parallel filled my soul. Just as our Lord’s disciples were shut up in a locked room – afraid of the authorities and of the crowds – when Jesus rose from the grave, so likewise the Native American men are locked in despair and aimlessness – partly because of being beaten down over the years by government authorities, by illness, by substance abuse, by broken families, by the plague of suicide, etc. To these the Lord is now sending word in the same manner that He sent Mary, to lift up the call to His brethren – the message that He lives and He is calling them to meet Him and receive renewed life in Him. He is calling them to trust Him so they might rise unto the newness of life He gives to everyone who receives Him.
The beauty of this message overwhelmed me and caused me to rejoice greatly in the Lord. He is coming again to set the captives free (Isaiah 61:1-3 & Luke 4:18,19). Jesus Christ truly does live and ever intercede for those who come unto God by Him (Hebrews 7:24).
The next day, on Saturday the 8th, we again saw a number of women call upon the name of the Lord in mighty prayer and bear witness of God’s goodness. Here again I could not deny the tremendous assurance of their calling in Jesus Christ to go to His brethren and bring the marvelous message of how He lives and is arranging to meet them in power and glory.
At one point I felt drawn to go forward and share this testimony with Chastity. Although I wasn’t exactly sure what the Lord had in mind by leading me to share it with her, I soon saw that she was standing beside the left end of the stage talking with various people. The nudge came again to go and talk with her. I took a minute to pray and collect my thoughts. Then, as I walked toward the stage, I prayed Chastity might receive the word as God intended. To God’s glory, she received it graciously and thanked me for sharing it with her.
As I walked back to where Pam and Naomi were sitting, I felt as if I had met one of the appointments God had set for me at this gathering. While I did not know exactly what would be the outcome of my sharing this testimony with Chastity, there was a satisfying assurance that the Lord would prosper it for His own purposes. At the same time, I was left with an impression that there was at least one more person I needed to share a word with while there.
That same day a number of men also spoke and prayed. We were truly thankful for them calling upon the name of the Lord and for bearing witness of His workings among them. One young man especially caught our attention. He told of the great pain he had had in his life growing up under very difficult circumstances. It was while he attended college at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, that this young man came to know and experience the goodness of Jesus Christ in his life. One thing that stood out to us about him was how he said the Lord impressed upon him that he did not understand God’s promises and covenants with His people and that he needed to learn more about them.
Although we looked for this young man throughout the day, we did not see him. Still, an abiding assurance remained with me in my thoughts that I had an appointment with him – to share with him several things the Lord had impressed upon my heart for him. Since Pam, Naomi, and I needed to drive back to Wichita that evening, we finally decided to leave at sundown (at the close of the day). As we walked under the darkening sky the considerable distance to where the cars were parked, in my heart I began apologizing to the Lord and explaining to Him how I felt I had failed to keep all of my appointments which He had given me that day. I could not shake the feeling that I needed to meet with that young man, even if but for a few minutes. Still, it was getting late and we were going to get home after midnight by leaving as late as we had, so I continued on to the car with my family.
Once we were in the car I offered a prayer of thanksgiving and of blessing upon those who were continuing to meet together. Even though I was thankful for having been there, again it seemed I had missed an appointment by not speaking with that young man. After I started the car, turned on the lights, and put it into gear, Pam asked, “Is that the young man who gave the testimony this morning?” I looked toward where she was indicating. It sure looked like him and he was walking with a young lady in our direction. (Interestingly enough, the young lady’s name was Anna, just like the name of the organization and event.)
As they were passing along the right side of our car, Pam lowered her window and asked if he had given a testimony earlier in the day. He said he had, and we began visiting. During the 15 minutes we talked together, I felt led to share with him what I had shared with Chastity earlier in the day – about how the Lord was now sending Native American women in a similar manner to when He sent Mary the day He rose from the grave to go tell His brethren that He was going to His Father and their Father, and to His God and their God.
With a measure of amazement, the young man then said the Lord had called him “Mary” on several occasions, causing him to wonder why the Lord would call him by a woman’s name. Now, to his obvious delight, he said that through what I had just shared with him he felt he understood the reason why. The young man went on to explain how he had had a desire to have a testimony of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Coupled with what the Lord had been revealing to him about covenants, etc., the testimony I had been given seemed to provide him with a witness that the resurrection is true and that he can now bear record of it to others.
Throughout the weekend prior to our conversation, the Lord had been impressing upon me that He is lifting up individuals among the Native Americans to take the gospel message to their peoples, in particular, a message of hope that Jesus is their brother and He has not forgotten them. The more we talked together, the more I became convinced this young man was one of these individuals. Like Mary, he is being called to carry to our Lord’s brethren the message that Jesus lives and is preparing them to meet Him in power and glory.
We parted in peace with warm wishes expressed toward each other. Then, as we drove away, my hunger for food returned, a hunger I had not known over the past 40 days.
Jesus Christ is returning soon. Although He may wait until what appears to be the last minute, like in our meeting with this young man, He will not be late. And as he showed us that Saturday evening, just because it may appear we have missed our appointments, our Lord is faithful and will guide us to our appointments if we will but follow Him humbly by listening to His voice.
Now I have a request of each of you who read this testimony. Please consider fasting and praying specifically for the All Tribes DC gathering on the Mall in Washington DC today and on into the days ahead. You can read about their gathering today on the following websites:

http://alltribesdc.org/

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-national-day-of-prayer-for-first-nations-tickets27023777847

https://www.facebook.com/All-Tribes-DC-1696747487240148/

Again, it is being held today, Friday, October 21, 2016, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EDT at the Washington Monument.
The following video provides some background on this event and the people who have organized it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YVWfYvWD3Q

The speaker in the video is Dr. Negiel Bigpond, one of the people featured in the first video linked above. In this and the related videos, he speaks of the call to gather for prayer and fasting today for the nation.
When my wife, daughter, and I traveled to Tahlequah, OK, October 7th and 8th my hope had been to see what God was calling us to see there – not what might catch our attention. I personally went there to look beyond my circumstance and to focus on His purposes in gathering these people to that place. This now is my request of you, that you would do the same. Go to God in prayer and fasting, fervently and justly seeking what God is doing and what He is calling you to do. He loves each one of us with an everlasting covenant love. Please don’t miss the movements of His Spirit by allowing your thoughts and minds to be distracted by differences in viewpoints, customs, or limitations. Let God be glorified in all His doings. We are living in the day of which the Lord has said He will show us He is able to do His own work (cf. Ephesians 3:20 with Hebrews 7:24). The gathering today in DC is not the end of their journey. It is part of the beginning of His movement among His ancient covenant peoples for the healing of the nations.

Blessings to each of you as you seek our heavenly Father’s will through faith in Jesus Christ,

Dwight Burford
dpburford@all4liberty.net








​Substitute Teachers Needed​


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From: Cathy White
catsue6@gmail.com


​Substitute Teachers Needed​


Blue Springs School District 816-224-1330 is in desperate need of substitute teachers.

Please go to the link http://www.bssd.net/domain/61 to apply!


Caregiver Needed

From: Susan Simmons
susansimmons58@hotmail.com

Caregiver Needed


Eleanor Miller 816-461-7363

Is looking for a loving caregiver, non-smoker,
for her 101 year old Auntie Vera.

Evening hours are needed , 4:00-9:15 pm,

Sunday - Saturday, shared with other Christian ladies.


Qualifications: Attention to details, Charity, Cheerful, Responsible,
Kind, trustworthy, God fearing, willing to serve others,
able to cook and clean the tidy home.


Call Eleanor at 816-461-7363
for an interview and discus hourly pay.



Thursday, October 20, 2016

Home For Sale at 1516 E Us Highway 24

From: Juli Mapes
julimapes@ymail.com

Home For Sale at 1516 E Us Highway 24


My friend is selling her beautiful historical home to move back to her family.
Easy access to many church functions.

1516 E Us Highway 24
Independence MO 64050

For Sale: $189,000 Beds: 4, Baths: 1.5, Sqft: 1,920 Single Family

http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2291558_zpid/



Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Covers for the New 3-in-1


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From: Paul V. Ludy
restorationscriptures@gmail.com


Covers for the New 3-in-1


We have a few covers available for the new Restoration Scriptures Edition of the 3-in-1. The book fits into pockets and does not need to be removed for reading. Extra pockets provide space for small notebooks, etc.

The handles are nylon straps covered with material which go completely around the book. The spine has additional reinforcement. A magnetic snap securely holds the cover closed.

The photo shows the 3 covers currently on hand. Colors and fabric on additional covers being produced will vary. The seamstress is NOT taking custom orders.

The cover is $30.00 It will ship for $3.00

NOTE: Copies of the Restoration Scriptures Edition of The Holy Scriptures are still available for $80.00.

To order, please e-mail to RestorationScriptures@gmail.com or call (816) 210-8450

Large-Print Inspired Version

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From: Paul V. Ludy
restorationscriptures@gmail.com


Large-Print Inspired Version


Cumorah Books, Inc., has just produced a few copies of the Inspired Version of the Bible (Restoration Scriptures Edition) in a large-print format. This is the same text and font as the new 3-in-1, only enlarged to fill 8.5x11" pages. There are wide margins for notes.

The Old Testament is divided into 2 sections to allow spiral binding. The 3 sections of the entire Inspired Version total about 3" thick and weigh about 10#. Covers are blue cardstock with clear plastic on the fronts and backs.

The Old Testament only is $45.00. The New Testament only is $25.00. The entire Bible is $60.00. Shipping for the entire Inspired Version is $8.00.

To order, please e-mail to RestorationScriptures@gmail.com or call (816) 210-8450


Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Eagle Scout Blood Drive

From: Rachel Horn
horn_music@yahoo.com


Eagle Scout Blood Drive

Saturday, October 22
10:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.
705 W Walnut Street
Cultural Hall
Independence MO 64050

Schedule an appt @
1-877-468-6844
www.savealifenow.org

Graceland College Acacia Yearbooks


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From: Paul Ludy
paulvludy@gmail.com


Graceland College Acacia Yearbooks


The Oldbookman has 50 copies of Graceland College Acacias available from 1917 through 1997. They are $15.00 each. They will ship (media mail to US addresses) for $3.00 each. Missouri residents pay $0.87 sales tax each.

Acacias for these years are available:
1917, 1924, 1927, 1930, 1933, 1936, 1953, 1956, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997.

To order, e-mail to Oldbookman@juno.com or call Paul (816) 210-8450. Check Oldbookman.us to see lists of available RLDS books.

Paul V. Ludy

New Books from the Oldbookman


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From: Paul Ludy
paulvludy@gmail.com


New Books from the Oldbookman


Richard Rupe's new book, God's Plan of Salvation, is available for $16.00 each. It is 8.5x11" with a soft cover and 428 pages. Several copies are available.

He Walked the Americas
is a new hardback copy of the book which is filled with reports of native American legends concerning a white bearded God who visited America. 256 pages. $20.00 each. Several copies are available.

To order, e-mail to Oldbookman@juno.com or call Paul (816) 210-8450. Check Oldbookman.us to see lists of available RLDS books.

Paul V. Ludy




Replicas of Early Church Publications


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From: Paul Ludy​

paulvludy@gmail.com


Replicas of Early Church Publications


The Oldbookman has discovered that he has 11 sets of Times and Seasons produced by Herald House. He can use the shelf space, so he is offering them at $75.00 a set.

Each set has 5 books which contain 6 volumes (volumes 1 & 2 are combined in 1 book). They are all in very good condition, generally with no or very minor markings. The first 7 sets sold will include a free 64-page softcover index.

A set weighs about 8 pounds and will ship (media mail to US addresses) for $6.00. Or I will deliver in the Independence, MO, area for $1.00. Missouri residents pay $4.39 sales tax.

The Oldbookman also has several copies each of the following replicas of early Church publications. They are in very good condition with no markings or very minor markings.

1830 Book of Mormon $20.00
1833 Book of Commandments $10.00
1835 Doctrine and Covenants $10.00
1835 Collection of Sacred Hymns (Emma Smith hymnal) $10.00

To order, e-mail to Oldbookman@juno.com or call Paul (816) 210-8450. Check Oldbookman.us to see lists of available RLDS books.

Paul V. Ludy