November 1990 Newsletter (5751:1)

Of Mice and Birds
September 1, 1990
Author: Moishe Rosen

My house is built into the side of a hill. In my home I have an office. Outside my office window I can see the top of a twenty-five-foot-high eucalyptus tree. Sometimes squirrels climb that tree or hop down to it from an overhanging telephone wire, but more often the tree hosts a variety of…

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More About Our Evangelism in The Soviet Union

In recent issues of this Newsletter we reported on an evangelistic tour to the Soviet Union by some of our Los Angeles staff and two other ministers, and we also published some encouraging pictures. We know that our five-person team made a definite impact for the gospel during that trip, and we expect to hear…

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Summer Witnessing Campaign 1990

We have much cause for rejoicing about our New York City Summer Witnessing Campaign this year. We went in shorthanded; last year we had 33 campaigners, but somehow this year we only had 22. It must have been Satan who sent fiery virus-tipped darts our way, because virtually all our campaigners and our eight stewards…

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Our Campaign 1990 Roster

Volunteers Cheryl Cohn—Campaigner Cheryl is a junior and English major at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. She has been a believer since January of 1988, and she sings with our Chicago music team. Dorothy Cook—Steward Dorothy is from Glen Burnie, Maryland. She is a Braille transcriber, a teacher of art and English, and very active…

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