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The Trump administration reportedly cut a $200 million program that trains scientists in China and other foreign countries to detect viruses that could become pandemics just two months before the first case of COVID-19 was detected in Wuhan, China.

 

THEHILL.COM

 

Trump ended program to detect potential pandemic-causing viruses: report

The program was launched by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in 2009 and reportedly supported staff in the Chinese lab that eventually identified the new coronavirus.

 

thehill.com/homenews/news/491004-trump-ended-program-to-d...

 

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The above was done at the behest of Charles Koch:

 

“CHARLES KOCH NETWORK PUSHED $1 BILLION CUT TO CDC, NOW ATTACKS SHELTER-IN-PLACE POLICIES FOR HARMING BUSINESS”

 

“Americans for Prosperity, the pro-corporate pressure group founded and funded by billionaire industrialist Charles Koch, wants employees to return to work despite desperate pleas from public health officials to the contrary.”

 

theintercept.com/2020/03/26/americans-for-prosperity-cdc-...

 

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Democrats have given Koch waivers for his refinery to pollute the air:

 

“Top Democratic Law Firm Helps Oil Companies Dodge Climate Regulations”

 

readsludge.com/2020/03/25/top-democratic-law-firm-helps-o...

 

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Unelected individuals are using are using the Republican and Democratic Parties to destroy our environment for their private profit:

 

“Koch alumnus at EPA worked on toxic chemical despite recusal plan”

 

www.politico.com/news/2019/10/17/koch-dunlap-epa-formalde...

 

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“Trump Administration is using a pandemic to hand out gifts to its favorite polluters”

“To be fair, such measures had already been enacted in more than a dozen other states, thanks to the Koch-funded American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), which provides pre-fab anti-regulatory bills for introduction by pliant state legislators nationwide.”

www.ehn.org/trump-epa-pollution-coronavirus-2645628019.html

 

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If the world wants to sue somebody over climate collapse and all manner of environmental degradation it has to be Charles Koch. Of course they down own the Supreme Court:

“These 4 Koch-Funded Congressmen Are Behind the Bill to Abolish the EPA”

www.ecowatch.com/abolish-epa-bill-pruitt-2267818117.html?...

 

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Jan 2020: “Who Controls Trump’s Environmental Policy?”

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/01/14/climate/fossil-fue...

 

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“The Koch Brothers Are Even Worse Than You Think”

www.truthdig.com/articles/the-koch-brothers-are-even-wors...

 

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“Earth scorched in the first 3 months of 2020”

mashable.com/article/climate-change-2020-records/?fbclid=...

 

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I can’t emphasis enough what the nation is about to experience with regard to the $2 Trillion COVID-19 Bailout. Here in Wisconsin under Gov Scott Walker – backed by many of the same conservatives as Trump – the State’s Economic Development arm turned passed out $10’s of millions of dollars with no oversight. In the end, nobody knows what happened to the vast majority of the money. No records were kept. Even the names of the People that got millions and Taxpayers’ money weren’t recorded. There were no receipts nothing. Not even a sticky note that taxpayers could use to recreate who got how much, when they got it, for what stated purpose the money was given and what if any economic consequences resulted. Now it looks like Trump is going to follow the same game plan at the federal level.

 

This from “Roll Call”:

 

“President Trump has spent the past 24 hours shifting the positions of those responsible for overseeing how the $2 trillion coronavirus package is managed—raising concerns about the future of government oversight.

"[Jason Abend] absolutely does not have the qualifications,” POGO's Executive Director Danielle Brian told Roll Call about the nominee tapped to monitor funds sent to the Pentagon.

“The president clearly — in this wrecking ball across IGs in the last few days — wanted to make sure he was undercutting the one aspect he didn’t have control over."”

“Trump throws ‘wrecking ball’ across federal inspectors general

President sets off chain reaction that could weaken government oversight”

rollcall.com/2020/04/07/trump-throws-wrecking-ball-across...

 

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“Trump removes watchdog overseeing rollout of $2 trillion coronavirus bill”

www.msnbc.com/msnbc/watch/trump-removes-watchdog-overseei...

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Another effort and topic being used to bring American society to the Breaking Point. While the only aid many Americans will receive from the $2 Trillion COVID-19 Bailout will be a $1,200 (a month at minimum wage) which, if you’re a democratic voter or other reviled group of our White Nationalist Fascist may be as late at September, Trump and Pelosi has made it possible to pay the salaries of Evangelical Preachers:

“Another Break From The Past: Government Will Help Churches Pay Pastor Salaries”

www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2020/04/06/...

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From Hollie Moore\Speak Up Boldly Group on evangelical ministers:

“Calling the Men of God to help the Country”

Joel Osteen est. net worth $110 million

Joyce Meyer est. net worth $25 million

Pat Robertson est. net worth $100 million

Kenneth Copeland est. net worth $850 million

T D Jakes est. net worth $147 million

Creflo Dollar est. net worth $30 million + jet $60 million.

Benny Hinn est. net worth $70 million

Rick Warren est. net worth $25 million

“Not a peep or a dollar or a facemask or a ventilator or a roll of toilet paper from anyone of these hypocritical parasites”

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“Many Americans won’t get coronavirus checks. Here’s a look at who is ineligible.”

www.nbcnews.com/politics/congress/falling-through-cracks-...

 

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Tax Scam 2 in the works:

“As workers and small businesses struggle to obtain benefits authorized under the multi-trillion-dollar coronavirus stimulus package, the White House is considering further measures that will overwhelmingly benefit the rich.”

“White House Weighs Tax Cuts for Wealthy as Workers and Small Businesses Struggle”

truthout.org/articles/white-house-weighs-tax-cuts-for-wea...

 

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Liar:

“Trump says he didn't see Navarro memos but wouldn't have changed course if he had”

thehill.com/homenews/administration/491669-trump-says-he-...

 

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“Report: Pentagon Knew Of Possible Coronavirus Threat For Years”

www.npr.org/2020/04/05/827692672/report-pentagon-aware-of...

 

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Cooper’s “reprehensibly irresponsible” may actually be a deliberate effort by Republicans to bring about desired “breaking point” for American society:

“CNN's Anderson Cooper accused President Trump of "hijacking" the White House coronavirus task force press briefing, saying the Trump is trying to rewrite the history of "reprehensibly irresponsible" early response to the disease.

"What the president showed us today is what the nation's top scientists have to deal with every day — a president who now uses these briefings as a reelection platform, an opportunity to lie, to deflect, to attack, to bully, and cover-up his own deadly dismissals of the virus for crucial weeks."”

“CNN's Anderson Cooper accuses Trump of 'hijacking' task force briefing to rewrite history”

thehill.com/homenews/media/491517-cnns-anderson-cooper-ac...

 

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Alec Bibza:

“The drug company Novartis is a big supplier of a drug called plaquenil (hydrocloroquine) the same drug that Trump has been pushing relentlessly. It’s important to also know that Novartis paid Michael Cohen $1.2 million in 2018 to have access to Trump. #TrumpPressBriefing”

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“Donald Trump Has Stake In Hydroxychloroquine Drugmaker: Report

The president has repeatedly touted the anti-malaria drug as a coronavirus treatment despite a lack of medical evidence.”

And people have died

www.huffpost.com/entry/donald-trump-stake-company-hydroxy...

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“The drug company Novartis is a big supplier of a drug called plaquenil (hydrocloroquine) the same drug that Trump has been pushing relentlessly. It’s important to also know that Novartis paid Michael Cohen $1.2 million in 2018 to have access to Trump”. It’s all about money, well... we can’t allow him to get away with this!

“Ohio lawmaker says she'll press crimes against humanity charge against Trump over hydroxychloroquine promotion”

thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/491295-ohio-lawmaker-say...

 

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“Ronald Reagan Presided Over 89,343 Deaths to AIDS and Did Nothing”

lithub.com/ronald-reagan-presided-over-89343-deaths-to-ai...

 

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“It’s time for billionaires to use their billions to save the economy”

nypost.com/2020/04/04/its-time-for-billionaires-to-use-th...

 

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“Assange’s life in GRAVE DANGER as first Covid-19 death confirmed in Belmarsh prison — Wikileaks editor-in-chief”

www.rt.com/news/485228-assange-coronavirus-belmarsh-priso...

 

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White Nationalist:

“African Americans Have Contracted and Died of COVID-19 at an Alarming Rate”

truthout.org/articles/african-americans-have-contracted-a...

 

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Sabotage to get to the “breaking point”:

“States given expired protective gear, workers ‘hoping for the best’”

www.azmirror.com/2020/03/27/covid-19-states-given-expired...

 

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Sabotage to get to the “breaking point”:

“CNN FACT CHECK OF TRUMP'S BIG LIE: The faulty initial test for the coronavirus was created during TRUMP'S administration, in early 2020, NOT UNDER OBAMA. Since this is a new virus that was first identified this year, the tests couldn't possibly be 'old' or 'obsolete.'”

“Fact check: Trump falsely claims he 'inherited' the faulty coronavirus test. It was developed this year”

www.cnn.com/2020/04/07/politics/fact-check-trump-inherite...

 

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Sabotage to get to the “breaking point”:

“Graham backs Trump, vows no money for WHO in next funding bill”

thehill.com/homenews/senate/491695-grahams-backs-trump-sa...

 

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Sabotage to get to the “breaking point”:

He knows exactly what he is doing. The GOP wants to get college students - typically Democratic voters - away from the polls by any means possible.

“Georgia governor opens beaches a day after issuing statewide stay-at-home order”

news.yahoo.com/georgia-governor-opens-beaches-day-0056346...

 

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Sabotage to get to the “breaking point” even FOX News is in on it:

“Peter Navarro: 'I Bet On Trump's Intuition' Over Science When It Comes To Treatment Of COVID-19

One faker protects another, part infinity.”

crooksandliars.com/2020/04/peter-navarro-i-be-trumps-intu...

 

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“We Can't Rely on the Supreme Court to Guard the 2020 Election

Wisconsin’s debacle shows states would do well to resolve their own voting disputes.”

www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2020-04-07/coronavirus...

 

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Sabotage to get to the “breaking point”:

“An Open Letter to the People of the United States From 100 Chinese Scholars

“Facing the most dangerous infectious disease in a century, politicized criticisms help neither China, the U.S., nor the world to curb the spread of the virus.””

thediplomat.com/2020/04/an-open-letter-to-the-people-of-t...

 

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William Easley:

“They said he would run the country like his businesses. This is the part where he usually files bankruptcy & runs.”

 

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Petition: “Help us end the global trade of wild animals. Forever.”

secure.everyaction.com/VvylZuf8_02Ts9_Zc5F4tQ2?sourceid=1...

 

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“Trump rule could kill "billions of birds" and devastate endangered species, former wildlife chief says”

www.cbsnews.com/news/trump-rule-could-kill-billions-birds...

 

Identifier: minutesofashebap8690ashe

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Year: 1886 (1880s)

Authors: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.)

Subjects: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.) Baptists. North Carolina. Ashe Association Baptists

Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.]

Contributing Library: Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University

Digitizing Sponsor: Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of North Carolina. Grant issued to Duke University for the Religion in North Carolina project.

  

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41-42 REPORTS Annuity Board (a) 77-78 Annuity Board Report to the Association (b) 83-85 American Bible Society 104-105 Area Missions , 101 Ashe Baptist Associational Youth Council 102 Baptist Camp Committee 89-90 Baptist Childrens Homes 75-76 Baptist Foundation 88-89 Baptist Hospital Report (a) 81 Baptist Retirement Homes 90-92 Biblical Recorder 105-106 Brotherhood 94 Christian Action League 87 Christian Literature 98 Church Training 93 Director of Missions 102-103 Evangelism 79 Executive Committee 92-93 Foreign Missions 100-101 Home Missions 106-107 North Carolina Baptist Colleges 76-77 North Carolina Baptist Hospital (b) 82-83 Pastors Salary and Retirement 79-80 Preachers Conference 95 Resolutions 109 Seminary Extension 97-98 State Missions 107-108 Sunday School 86 Sunday School Board 99 Temperance and Public Morals 94 Time/Place/Preacher 108 Vacation Bible School 85-86 WMU Centennial 95 Womans Missionary Union 96-97 ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIA TION OFFICERS OF THE ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION

 

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Year: 1886 (1880s)

Authors: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.)

Subjects: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.) Baptists. North Carolina. Ashe Association Baptists

Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.]

Contributing Library: Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University

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v. G, C. Burkett Jefferson, N. C. Frank McMillan ,.,,.,-... ..„ Crumpler, N. C. Guy T..Shatley ,. r. . -■ t ;».*-. ,—- Jefferson, N. C. Marvin E. Osborne •-. -v,\ ,..■.-..: r West Jefferson, N. C. C. M. Payne West Jefferson, N. C. Rev. R. C. Ashley •.Warrensville, N. C. McDaniel Harless West Jefferson, N. C. STANDING COM31ITTEES FOR 1957 State, Home and Foreign Missions C. E. Howell Orphanage George West Hospital Rev. J. H. Gentry Pastors Salary and Ministerial Relief Guy T. Shatley Baptist Home For Aged Mrs. F. L. Waddell Christian Education Fred Hardin Temperance and Public Morals Mrs. Lola Porter Associational Work Associational Missionary Sunday Schools Marvin E. Osborne Training Union D. C. Severt W. M. U Mrs- RalPh Parsons Ministerial Conference Rev. R. C. Ashley Finance Committee Rev. R. C. Ashley, Chm. Truitt Eller A. D. Goodman New Churches Rev. H. M. Winkler Rev. S. S. Graybeal Rev. G. C. BUrkettRev. Walter Day Rev. G. L. Denny >i1 O^Q ASHE MISSIONARY BAPTISTminutesofashebap5660ashe

 

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Identifier: historyofallegha01carn

Title: History of the Alleghany Evangelical Lutheran synod of Pennsylvania, together with a topical handbook of the Evangelical Lutheran church, its ancestry, origin and development

Year: 1918 (1910s)

Authors: Carney, W. H. Bruce

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Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa., Printed for the Synod by the Lutheran publication society

Contributing Library: Princeton Theological Seminary Library

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lecturn was given by Mr. and Mrs. Wert.Hymn boards were given by Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt. A pulpitBible was given by Mr. and Mrs. Krider. Two offering plateswere given by Mr. and Mrs. Detrick. The choir was organizedand purchased chairs and curtain for choir. Adult Bible class was organized May 5, 1911, under leader-ship of Rev. Russell. Home Department superintendent waselected and Home Department organized in May, 1912. Womans428 ST. JOHNS, EAST ALTOONA Home and Foreign Missionary Society was organized, withtwenty-one charter members, October 28, 1911. A LutheranBrotherhood was organized in 1912. Rev. Russell severed hisrelations with the congregation November 1, 1912. On February 1, 1913, Rev. L. N. Fleck, D.D., became pastor.At the close of his labors with the congregation, December 31, 1915, the indebtedness on parsonage was reduced to about $500.The amount of aid received from the Home Mission Board,from the time of its becoming a separate pastorate till January 1, 1916, was $400.

 

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T. C. TURNER, GEORGE CRIDER, Secretary of First Council, St. Johns, Superintendent of Sunday School, St. East Altoona Johns, East Altoona Mr. S. E. Wicker, a student of Gettysburg Seminary, suppliedthe congregation until July 16, 1916, when Rev. E. Roy Hausertook up the work as pastor. His work has been abundantlyblessed with success. About January 1, 1917, the indebtedness on the parsonage waspaid in full. The congregation and Home Mission Board areeach paying $100 more annually to pastors salary. The counciladopted the bi-pocket envelope system. The Sunday school haspurchased a new piano. The church and Sunday school attendance has been greatlyincreased. The first teacher training class graduated June 24, 429 NORTHEAST CONFERENCE igiy, and another teacher training class has been started. Twomore offering plates were given by Mr. and Mrs. John Porterand Mr. and Mrs. Russell. Sunday school membership at presentis 154. Church membership is 104. Mr. John Porter waselected superintendent

  

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Year: 1886 (1880s)

Authors: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.)

Subjects: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.) Baptists. North Carolina. Ashe Association Baptists

Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.]

Contributing Library: Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University

Digitizing Sponsor: Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of North Carolina. Grant issued to Duke University for the Religion in North Carolina project.

  

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s 36 Contributions to Summer Camp 27-28 Directory of Pastors 14 Executive Committee Members 12 Messengers to the Association 9 Ministers Licensed & Ordained 11 Minutes of the Association 37-46 Organizational Officers: Sunday 23 Church Training 23, Brotherhood 23, Music 24 Proposed Budget 25 REPORTS: Annuity Board 75-76 Area & State 61-62 Associational Missions 52-53 Baptist Childrens Home 69-70 Baptist Hospital 60-61 Christian Action League .67-68 Christian Higher Education 74 Christian Literature 82 Christian Social Ministry 48 Church Music 56 Constitutional Change 85 Cooperative Report 71-72 Director of Missions 50-51 Evangelism , 65 Executive Committee 81 Home Missions 77-78 Memoriam 87 N.C. Baptist Foundation 66 N.C. Baptist Home 63-64 Pastors Conference 57 Pastors Salary 58 Seminary Extension 67 State Missions ,... 73 Summer Camp 57-58 Sunday School 54-55 Temperance & Public Morals 47 VBS ■ 79 WMU 59 ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIA TION OFFICERS OF THE ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION

 

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Erzherzog Wilhelm-Ring

Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Identifier: reportsofmission1920pres

Title: Reports of the missionary and benevolent boards and committees to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America

Year: 1891 (1890s)

Authors: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Home Missions. Annual report of the Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Foreign Missions. Annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Education. Annual report of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work. Annual report of the Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of the Church Erection Fund. Annual report of the Board of the Church Erection Fund of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Presbyterian Board of Relief for Disabled Ministers and the Widows and Orphans of Deceased Ministers. Annual report to the General Assembly Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Missions for Freedmen. Annual report of the Board of Missions for Freedmen of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Aid for Colleges and Academies. Annual report of the Board of Aid for Colleges and Academies of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Special Committee on Systematic Beneficence. Report of the General Assembly's Special Committee of the Presbyterian Church on Systematic Beneficence Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Permanent Committee on Temperance. Annual report of the General Assembly's Permanent Committee on Temperence for the year ending ..

Subjects: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A

Publisher: Philadelphia : Presbyterian Board of Publication

Contributing Library: Princeton Theological Seminary Library

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classfor the Siamese pastors; also a weekly conference with Chinese pas-tors and elders. The First Church at Sumray.—Attendance varies, but 50 is not an un-usual number. The Sunday School is taught in one class. The KingsDaughters meet monthly. The envelope system of church contributions hasbeen tried with success. The church pays its pastors salary without outsidehelp. The Second Church at Wang Lang, Kru Kim Hong, pastor, has had 10additions. The Sunday School, made up of Harriet M. House School pupils,averages 200. The midweek prayermeeting has an attendance of 30. Thechurch has two circles of Kings Daughters. The pastor of this church helpsalso in city mission work and conducts a Bible class in the Boon Itt Mem-orial Institute. This church also meets the pastors salary. The Third Church (Chinese) has a Cantonese preacher and a Swatowpreacher. On Sunday mornings and evenings there is a service in eachlanguage. The representatives of each dialect also hold a midweek prayerservice.

 

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s i ^ SOUTH SIAM—BANGKOK 369 Chinese Sunday School is held at the Bangkok Christian College forstudents of the Chinese department of the college and girls of the LoyalSchool. The Krit Sumpantiiwongsee Church has not only met the pastors salary,but has bought new hymn-books, had a dozen new pews made, and met othercongregational expenses. During school vacation there was a good attend-ance of members who live in the community. In school time the church isfilled from corner to corner each Sunday. This church has also a Christian Endeavor Society, a. Volunteer Bandwith fortnightly meetings, and a small band that meets for prayer eachSunday after the service, called The Soldiers of the Cross. The pastor helps city mission work by holding a service at Sao ChingCha chapel Tuesday afternoons, and one at Conference Chapel Tuesdayevenings. He, with the other members of the Soldiers of the Cross, is re-sponsible for a service at the Conference Chapel on Friday evenings. Other Evangelistic Wor

  

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Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Identifier: ourmountainworks312pres

Title: Our mountain work [serial]

Year: 1910 (1910s)

Authors: Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Presbytery of Asheville

Subjects: Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Presbytery of Asheville Presbyterian Church in the U.S Presbyterian Home for Children (Black Mountain, N.C.)

Publisher: Asheville, N.C., Home Missions Committee of Asheville Presbytery Weaverville, N.C. : Home Missions Committee of Asheville Presbytery Weaverville, N.C. : Asheville Presbytery Asheville, N.C. : Asheville Presbytery

Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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hes (Special) Designated (Extra) Religious Education: Churchse (Regular & Special) Women of Presbytery Camp Hope Transportation Mens Convention Mens Rally Mountain Orphanage on Office Expenses Assemblys Committee (Regular) Student Work (Synod) Malvern Hills: Building Debt Pastors Salary Belk Stores Our Mountain Work Honoria Refunds: Moving Somerville (Church) Moving Crook (Church) Transfer Company Ivy Park Salary Thanksgiving Offering Maxwell Fund Bank Loans Miscellaneous Johnson Legacy 1,566.00616.69 782.4674.0026.50 114.0018.50 1,413.01408.31 156.97 172.00 20.00 1949-50 Estimate1950-1951 $12,000.00 ,amp H ope Total Receipts Balance - April 1, 1949 Accounts Receivable 4-1-50 Total To*4-l-30. Be Accounted For 2,000.00 14,436.97 600.00700.00 1,015.46 1,200.00 7,460.95 138.92 1,600.00 8,000.00 200.00 1,308.00 1,821.32 1,500.00 4.00 42.00 1,500.0050.0050.00 300.00 349. il 16.66 105.84 409.73 3,900.00 8.32 1,217.08 $33,626.72 $ 3,153.72 * 474.26 $36,780.48 $600.00 28,782.26 $37,480.48

 

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c?n czicaaat; The above map shows the work of Asheville Presbjto full self-support. Vacancies in the Presbytery, as of(pastor-elect W. M. Fountain coming July 1), Arden,and those taking children to Camp Hope will find it |i:te :i«b:s May 1950 OUR MOUNTAIN WORK Page Five iS Ikytery Dince Organization ** JL j/OU He Was The Pioneer res Since organization, the membership of the Presbytery has grown to a total of 6,675in 32 Churches, with 25 pastorates, in each of eleven counties. Thirteen of the 32 Churches are independently self-supporting. Four are groupedwith Oither Churches for support. One is inactive. Thirteen receive direct aid on thesalary of their minister. One is aided temporarily with a building debt, but pays theirpastor in full. Total contributions from the Churches last year, $334,000.00, or $50.00 per capita. There are now 17 congregations with a membership of 100 or over. Three exceed500, and one has a membership of 1,741. At the present time, the actual value of The Moun

  

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Identifier: pennsylvaniagerm27knip

Title: The Pennsylvania-German in the civil war

Year: 1917 (1910s)

Authors: Knipe, Irvin Poley, 1866-

Subjects: Germans

Publisher: Lancaster, Pa.

Contributing Library: University of Pennsylvania Libraries

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- Augustus Ev. Lutheran Church Trappe, Pa. Record of Marriages Confirmationsand Burials with a list of the Contributors to Pastors Salary Nov. 27, 1760, pp. 58. The Records of St. Michaelis and Zion Congregation of Philadelphia, pp. 43. Church Register of the United Reformed and Lutheran Church, Called Blimycrs,in Hopewell Township, York County, Pa., Commenced March 19, 1767, by Rev. Geo.Bager (Lutheran), and William Otterbein (Reformed), pp. 42. The Records of St. Michaelis and Zion Congregation of Philadelphia. (Continuedfrom Vol. VIL), pp. 26. The Records of St, Michaelis and Zion Congregation of Philadelphia, (Continuedfrom Vol. VIIL), pp. 20. Record of the Marriages in the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in PhiladelphiaCommenced Anno 1745 (Continued from Volume IX.), pp. 141, plates 3. Church Records of the Williams Township Congregation, pp. 102. Church Records of the Goshenhoppen Reformed Church, 1731-1830, Translatedand Edited by Prof. William J. Hinke, Ph.D., D.D., pp. 219.

 

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Identifier: ourmountainworks312pres

Title: Our mountain work [serial]

Year: 1910 (1910s)

Authors: Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Presbytery of Asheville

Subjects: Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Presbytery of Asheville Presbyterian Church in the U.S Presbyterian Home for Children (Black Mountain, N.C.)

Publisher: Asheville, N.C., Home Missions Committee of Asheville Presbytery Weaverville, N.C. : Home Missions Committee of Asheville Presbytery Weaverville, N.C. : Asheville Presbytery Asheville, N.C. : Asheville Presbytery

Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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t. Churches in Madison County, with membership and pastor:Couper Memorial, Marshall, 118, Rev. A. R. Howland. Dorland Memorial, Hot Springs, 52, Walnut, 105, Upper Laurel, 56, Rev. Robert Scott.Lower Laurel, 84, Rev. L. A. Zimmerman, with two outposts. Churches in Buncombe County:Reems Creek, 123, Beech, 129, College Hill, 125, Rev. W. M. Hyde.Warren Wilson (on campus) 105, Rev. Ralph I. Diehl. Of the thirty-two Churches officially related to Asheville Pres-bytery, some are entirely independent, some are self-supportingin a group, others are dependent upon outside aid in the supportof their minister. In a few instances special aid has been granted,within the past three years, to Churches not receiving help withthe pastors salary. The map below will aid in locating these various activities, to-gether with two outposts, one near Black Mountain, and onein Macon County, and two unused buildings, of formerChurches now dissolved (one in Transylvania County and one inHenderson County). A h~/

 

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/p* n o -Self Supported Ch«rc.k// • R,J-~ReLeMir& HomeM-4S/<?nCom. or Groupi*S^ v- co UM.oit Church - TVeslryter/ari hksTo*^S^ -f- Mernfcer- of Ktid.x»<iJI<= Tresbyferj ,£ C-OutpoSt- © ofid Building a Mi- Orphanage Page Four OUR MOUNTAIN WORK Aug. 1949 FALL RALLIES FOR YOUTHFELLOWSHIP ARE SET To Be This Year At Black Mountain And Franklin September 1 And 2 The annual fall rally of the Presbyte-rian Youth Fellowship will be held in twosections this year, the first at Black Moun-tain on September 1, and the second atFranklin on September 2. Both programswill begin at 4:30 P.M., with registrationstarting at 3:45 P.M. The inspirational speaker for both meet-ings will be Rev. Ben. L. Rose, D.D., pas-tor of the Central Presbyterian Church,Bristol, Va., and his message is the mainfeature of the evening program. It is expected that Miss Eleanor Fox-worth, Field Secretary of the General As-semblys Executive Committee of ChristianEducation and Ministe

  

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Identifier: northcarolinachr55unit

Title: North Carolina Christian advocate [serial]

Year: 1894 (1890s)

Authors: United Methodist Church (U.S.). North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church (U.S.). Western North Carolina Conference

Subjects: United Methodist Church (U.S.). North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church (U.S.). Western North Carolina Conference Methodist Church

Publisher: Greensboro, N.C., Methodist Board of Publication, [etc.]

Contributing Library: Duke Divinity School Library, Duke University

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callythe affairs of this insttution are carried on, fromthe rising bell at six in the morning to the prayerand study bell in the evening. We are impressedwith the strong christian influence that pervadesthe entire place and shines out so plainly in thebright and happy lives of the 75 children. The Western North Carolina Conference maywell feel proud of the Childrens Home. I wishcjvery Sunday school superintendent and everysteward could visit it. Then the fifth Sunday col-lections would be the largest and the ten per cent,of pastors salary would be doubled in many cases.No like institution can show so remarkable agrowth in so short a time with so small an expendi-ture of money. The number of applications foradmittance is getting larger and larger every week.Let us make haste to make room for the perish-ing ones. RELIGIOUS LIFE OF THE CHILDRENS HOME. By Rev. W. A. Lambeth, Pastor West End Church. There is a Family Altar in each cottage. Eachnight the matron gathers her little ones about

 

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over entirely to the children, and a special sermonto the children s preached. Usually, at thesechildrens services, a chorus is sung by the girlsand boys from the Childrens Home During thisyear thirty-four of these children have becomemembers of West End church. Seventeen othersare now studying Dr. Marrs Catechism, prepara-tory to church membership. It is refreshing to behold the faultless deporl-ment of these children in church. They are so re-verent. They are .so considerate of one anothersrights. They are so attached to one another andto their teachers. And they are perfectly happy.That Professor and Mrs. Hayes are able to havethese qualities showing in the children so soon issimply wonderful; some strangers, looking at thechildren for the first time, say that it is miraculous!But of course there is a reason. It has, however,been suggested that Professor Hayes start a schoolat the Childrens Home for the training of parents. These children are an aid to worship in WestEnd church. Ev

  

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The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

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The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

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Identifier: northcarolinachr49unit

Title: North Carolina Christian advocate [serial]

Year: 1894 (1890s)

Authors: United Methodist Church (U.S.). North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church (U.S.). Western North Carolina Conference

Subjects: United Methodist Church (U.S.). North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church (U.S.). Western North Carolina Conference Methodist Church

Publisher: Greensboro, N.C., Methodist Board of Publication, [etc.]

Contributing Library: Duke Divinity School Library, Duke University

Digitizing Sponsor: Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of North Carolina. Grant issued to Duke University for the Religion in North Carolina project.

  

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orth, Concord. Epworth Station—We are closing outthe year with the prospect of comingout in full on pastors salary and con-ference collections. We have receivedmany kindnesses at the hands of some.On Saturday night, Oct. 15, we weregenerously pounded by our most faith-ful members and friends, all of whomwe beg to accept our hearty thanks. Our last protracted meeting (Oct. 10-23) was a success—a great blessing tothose who faithfully attended the ser-vices. Bro. R. G Tuttle did excellentpreaching day and night from Mondaytill Friday night. There were fifteenconversions and reclamations, andnine additions to the church. B. F. Carpenter, P. C. A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on theleg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove,III. It developed a stubborn ulcerunyielding to doctors and remediesfor four years. Then Bncklens Ar-nica Salve cured. Its just as goodfor Burns, Scalds, Skin Eruptionsand Piles. 25c. at all Drug Stores. /THE LARGEST SALE OF ANYONE-BRAND INTHE UNITED STATES™

 

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BEST BY TEST.At Your Grocer, 11 2 52t 10c. and 25c. Troutman Circuit. Dear Advocate :—We are closing oursecond year on the Troutman circuit,with very gratifying results. One hun-dred and twenty souls have been con-verted to God. About half this num-ber have joined the church by faith,and a number have joined by certifi-cate and otherwise. We will have aconsiderable net increase to report atConference. The Sunday-school and EpworthLeague work has grown considerably.Especially the Sunday-school work hasincreased about 40 per cent, over lastyear. We are now in the door-way ofa good League at Troutman. This willgive us two Leagues on the Troutmancircuit. As to finances, they will allbe met with an increase. We haverarely, if we have ever, seen the inter-est in Missions surpassed if equalled.On the 17th and 18th days of Septem-ber we called a Circuit Missionary Con-ference. This proved to be one of themost interesting and profitable occa-sions we have ever had in Troutman, soold people h

  

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Identifier: firstonehundredy00abbo

Title: The first one hundred years of McKeesport. An historical and statistical description of the city from its inception until its centennial in 1894

Year: 1894 (1890s)

Authors: Abbott, Walter S., [from old catalog] comp Harrison, William E., [from old catalog] joint author McKeesport. Committee on centennial celebration. [from old catalog]

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Publisher: McKeesport, Pa., Press of McKeesport times

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

  

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- school. The con-gregation has outgrown its present quarters, and arrangementsare being completed to erect a modern church edifice. The First Reformed Church was organized in October, 1882,with eleven members. The church building, corner of Sinclairand Ringgold streets, was dedicated November loth, 1874.The present membership is one hundred and two, and the Sun-day school membership is eighty-nine. The pastors salary isseven hundred dollars, and the church is free from debt. Rev.H. D. Darbaker is the pastor and has been since the organiza-tion of the congregation. The United Presbyterian Church, located on Sixth street, wasorganized October loth, 1851, with fifty-four members and fiveelders, the latter being Samuel Shaw, James Shaw, SamuelFoster, James B. Mitchell and John Pollock. Its first churchedifice was erected that year. The present building was erected

 

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The National Bank of McKeesport. (see page 58) McKeesports Churches. 8i in 1871. Rev. A. G. Wallace was the first pastor in 1854, suc-ceeded by Matthew McKinstry in 1857, A. H. Elder in 1863,James Kelso in 1877, and A. I. Young, the present pastor,in 1886. The present membership is two hundred and sixtyand the Sabbath school has an enrollment of three hundred andfift}, with fort3-two officers and teachers. The church contri-butions for local and mission work last year was eighteen dollarsand forty-two cents per member. The pastors salary is fifteenhundred dollars. The Second Metliodist Church was organized in 1883. Priorto that time its members worshipped in a frame building erectedon Fifth avenue in 1881, which they continued to occupy untili8go. On May 22nd, i88g, the congregation began the erectionof a new church on Coursin street and on June 2gth, i8go, itwas dedicated and named the Coursin Street M. E. Church. Theground and building cost twenty-seven thousand dollars. Thisstructu

  

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Identifier: ourmountainworks312pres

Title: Our mountain work [serial]

Year: 1910 (1910s)

Authors: Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Presbytery of Asheville

Subjects: Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Presbytery of Asheville Presbyterian Church in the U.S Presbyterian Home for Children (Black Mountain, N.C.)

Publisher: Asheville, N.C., Home Missions Committee of Asheville Presbytery Weaverville, N.C. : Home Missions Committee of Asheville Presbytery Weaverville, N.C. : Asheville Presbytery Asheville, N.C. : Asheville Presbytery

Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Digitizing Sponsor: Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of North Carolina. Grant issued to subcontractor UNC-CH for Duke University's Religion in North Carolina project.

  

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ichols, Andrews; JohnBulgin, Franklin; Joe Hunter, First Church ; Roy P.Burton, Weaverville; Edward G. Roberts, MalvernHills; Dr. Don Printz, First Church ; P. R. Bennett,Bryson City; Frank Wade, Black Mountain ; Harry E.Barkley, Black Mountain. COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS Duties: To serve as a Nominating Committee, tostudy, advise with leaders in the several Churches andrecommend the men who are able, willing and deter-mined to serve in an effort to cause the Men of theChurch of our Presbytery to grow in service of ourChurch. Dr. C. D. Thomas, Chairman, Black Mountain ; Mc-Kinley Cook, Weaverville; Crawford Pearson, Kenil-worth ; A. C. Choate, West Asheville; F. B. Gardner,Hendersonville; Hugh Lamb, Oak Forest; Chan. W.Gordon, First Church ; Dr. Kelly Bennett, Bryson City ;J. V. McHan, Sylva; Bill Topper, First Church; Dr.H. L. Bacon, Bryson City; C. A. Brown, Andrews. COMMITTEE ON FINANCES Duties: To provide plans for creating a nominalamount of funds to be used for the promotional and

 

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Andy Buchanan (1) and Bill Rhodes(r), students at Columbia TheologicalSeminary, who will serve in AshevillePresbytery during the summer. Andy Bu-chanan will serve at Hayesville and assistat the Young Peoples Conference at Mon-treat. Bill Rhodes has been coming toBrittains Cove for services every first andthird Sundays and will serve that field dur-ing the summer. He will assist at the Pio-neer Camp. BOARD CHURCH EXTENSIONHELPING PRESBYTERY The Board of Church Extension hasagain endorsed the home mission work ofAsheville Presbytery by increasing the ap-propriation to this Presbytery. The increaseis one-third of the amount needed to add$300.00 per year to each pastors salary From the funds in the Self-Denial Offer-ing of 1950, they also appropriated $500.00for the Malvern Hills Church to apply onthe mortgage loan due them, representingmoney borrowed to construct the churchbuilding. This was conditioned upon thecongregation raising a like amount, andwill result in a reduction of their de

  

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The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

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Identifier: lifelightforwoma29woma

Title: Life and light for woman

Year: 1873 (1870s)

Authors: Woman's Board of Missions

Subjects: Congregational churches

Publisher: [Boston : Woman's Boards of Missions

Contributing Library: Wellesley College Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

  

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rality. Beyond dis-pute the Church represents also the highest spiritual life as well as themost aggressive enterprises for the salvation of the world. Yet neither ingrowth nor in spirituality can tlie Church boast of high attainments. Looking at the actual situation in the churches and their communities,—the empty pews, tlie few additions in comparison with the unchurchedmasses, the growing disregard of the Sabbath, the non-observance of fam-ily prayers, the apparent diminution of private devotion, the lack of response i8gg.^ A CHANGE OF EMPHASIS NEEDED. 575 to sermons, the worldliness which eats like a canker in all our hearts,—every thoughtful Christian must be perplexed if not cast down. A recent writer says, It will be conceded by many that the controllingdesire of the Christian world to-day is not to attain to the spiritual life.One may honestly doubt whether a high degree of spiritual life is always orgenerally the result of our present church methods or life. An old negro,

 

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MISS MARGARET EVANS.• Dean of Women and Professor of Literature at Carleton College. in reciting Cowpers line, Judge not the Lord by feeble sense rendered it,Judge not the Lord by feeble saints^ to which all may eagerly say, Amen.Yet it is evident that the churches, in numbers large enough to be appall-ing, exhaust their energies in endeavoring to secure the spiritual culture oftheir members. They attempt nothing further. Many of them say in frankSaxon, We have all we can do, and more too, to support ourselves.These churches struggle pitifully to pay the pastors salary and the running 576 LIFE AND LIGHT. {^Dccember^ expenses of the churcli for the sake of the church. Their liighest aim is—making no accusation of worldly motive—to secure the spiritual edificationof those who support them; and they fail to secure any high degree of edi-fication after all the struggle. We are told that five sixths of the members of our churches manifest napractical interest in ari\thing outside ot

  

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The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

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Identifier: minutesofashebap8185ashe

Title: www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/book...

Year: 1886 (1880s)

Authors: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.)

Subjects: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.) Baptists. North Carolina. Ashe Association Baptists

Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.]

Contributing Library: Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University

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stors 11 Minutes of the Association 44-53 Organizational Officers 24 Proposed Budget 1983 - 84 26-27 REPORTS: American Bible Society 70-71 Annuity Board 32-33 Associational Missions 82 - 83 & 86 - 87 Baptist Childrens Home 75-76 Baptist Hospital 65-66 Biblical Recorder 56- 57 Christian Action League 54 - 55 & 69 Christian Higher Education 63-64 Christian Literature 66 Christian Social Ministry 68 Church Music , 89-90 Church Training 78 Cooperative Program 61-62 Council on Christian Life & Public Affairs 72-74 Evangelism 57 Executive Committee 85 Foreign Missions 79 Home Missions 80-81 Memoriam 93-94 N.C. Baptist Foundation, Inc 83-84 N.C. Baptist Homes 76-77 N.C. Missions Offering 91-92 Pastors Conference 67 Pastors Salary & Retirement 71-72 Resolutions Committee 90 Seminary Extension 63 State Missions 81-82 Summer Camp 62 Sunday School 59-60 Temperance & Morals 58 Vacation Bible School 88 WMU 67-68 ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIA TION OFFICERS OF THE ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION

 

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Title: www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/book...

Year: 1886 (1880s)

Authors: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.)

Subjects: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.) Baptists. North Carolina. Ashe Association Baptists

Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.]

Contributing Library: Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University

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MISSION HOME BAPTIST CHURCHAugust 21, 1964 TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication 3 Associational Directory 4 Committee on New Churches *, Executive Committee jj W. M. U. Officers -- --- 5 Music Committee ° Training Union Officers 5 Standing Committees Sunday School Officers ° Program For 1963 Session ° q Constitution ° Minutes of 1962 Session *h Moderators Period 13 Election of Officers — *■* Thursday Afternoon Session 14 Friday Sessions 15 Reports 16 Executive Committee 18 Home, State and Foreign Missions 17 Sunday Schools 28 Womans Missionary Union 27 North Carolina Baptist Foundation 25 Committee on Resolutions 25 Christian Education 2o 91 Training Union £,x 18 Pastors Conference xo Associational Missionary ly Baptist Hospital - 18 Homes for the Aging 1° Evangelism ^ ° qChildren s Homes Pastors Salary and Ministers Retirement 23 op Music Program ^ Public Morals 24 Brotherhood - -- 26 91 Finance Committee ^x Treasurer 26 Of) In Memoriam ov Statistical Tables Begin - 31 DEDICATION

 

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These minutes are dedicatedto the memory ofDonald A. Denny -Outstanding Layman &Member Of The Executive Committee DIRECTORY ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY Moderator George West, Grassy Creek, N. C. Vice Moderator Rev. R. C. Ashley, Warrensville, N, C, Clerk & Treasurer McDaniel Harless, West Jefferson, N. C. Superintendent of Missions Sunday School Superintendent Training Union Director D. C. Severt, West Jefferson W.M.U. President Mrs. C. E. Lindsey Brotherhood President Guy T. Shatley, Jefferson, N. C. Chairman of Evangelism W. T. Brackett, West Jefferson, N. C. Moderator of Ministerial Conference R. C. Ashley, Warrensville, N. C. Director of Music Committee Lynn Powers, Warrensville, N. C. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 3 year term; Rev. G. C. Burkett, Chairman, Jefferson, North Carolina B. W. Miller, Lansing, N. C. Rev. R. R. Campbell, West Jefferson, N. C.2 year term: Rev. J. H. Gentry, West Jefferson, N. C. Paul Hopkins, West Jefferson, N. C. Rev. Frank Tucker, West Jefferson, N. C.1 year

  

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Year: 1886 (1880s)

Authors: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.)

Subjects: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.) Baptists. North Carolina. Ashe Association Baptists

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RTS American Bible Society 86 Annuity Board 88-91 Area Missions 75-76 Ashe Baptist Associational Youth Council 70 Baptist Camp 93 Baptist Childrens Homes 81-82 Baptist Hospital 77-78 Baptist Retirement Homes 83 Biblical Recorder 80-81 Brotherhood 71 Brotherhood Commission 84 Christian Action League - Local 96-97 Christian Action League of North Carolina 86-87 Church Music 100-101 Church Training 104 Cooperative Program 92-93 Director of Missions 76-77 Evangelism 91 Executive Committee 70 Foreign Mission Board 72-73 Home Mission Board 74-75 North Carolina Baptist Colleges 85 North Carolina Baptist Foundation 79-80 Pastors Salary and Retirement 77 Preachers Conference 102 Resolutions 105 Seminary Extension 101 Southern Baptist Annual Marketing 88 State Missions 99-100 Stewardship 95-96 Sunday School 95 Temperance and Public Morals 71-72 Time / Place / Preacher 105 Vacation Bible School 94 Womans Missionary Union .102-103 ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIA TION OFFICERS OF THE ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION

 

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Sunday School Assist Team 44 Treasurers Report 47 Tuckerdale Baptist Church History 18 REPORTS American Bible Society 103-104 Annuity Board Report 98-99 Area Missions 87-88 Ashe Baptist Associational Youth Council 80 Associational Missions 86-87 Baptist Camp 97 Baptist Childrens Homes 80-81 Baptist Foundation 104-105 Baptist Hospital 92 Baptist Retirement Homes . 93 Biblical Recorder 83-84 Christian Action League 93-94 Christian Life Commission 82-83 Christian Literature 97-98 Church Training ..108 Cooperative Program 85 Director Of Missions 106-107 Evangelism 107 Foreign Missions 90-91 Home Missions 89-90 North Carolina Baptist Colleges 101-102 Pastors Conference 96 Pastors Salary and Retirement 95-96 Resolution 108 Seminary Extension 106 State Missions 88-89 Sunday School 101 Temperance and Public Morals 84-85 Time/Place/Preacher Committee 109 Vacation Bible School 95 Womens Missionary Union 100 WMU Centennial Report 86 ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIA TON SPEAKERS FOR THE 101ST ANNUAL SESSION

 

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Page 10 Ashe Missionary Baptist Association ANNUAL REPRESENTATIVES OF INSTITUTIONS AND PROGRAMS APPOINTED BY MODERATOR American Bible Society Baptist Childrens Homes Baptist Foundation Baptist Hospital Baptist Retirement Homes Biblical Recorder Christian Education Foreign Missions Home Missions Pastors Salary and Retirement Southern Baptist Annuity State Missions Temperance and Public Morals Bernard Bare JoAnne Goodman Rev. Darien South Timothy Miller Robert D. Neaves Rev. Lawrence Goodman Susan Miller Dr. Jim Rash A. Wayne Jones Rev. Tom Graybeal Rev. Jerry Francis Rev. Wayne Jones Delmas Parker COMMITTEES APPOINTED ANNUALLY BY MODERATOR RESOULUTIONS COMMITTEE Rev. Jerry Francis - Chairman Jerry South Fred Walters PREACHER/PLACE COMMITTEE Howard Turnmire - Chairman Harold Riddle Lois Bare RULES OF ORDER: 1. Every session shall be opened and closed by prayer 2. When the Moderator calls the house to order, every member shall at once, takehis seat. 3. When a member wishes to speak, he s

  

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Title: A history of Virginia for boys and girls

Year: 1920 (1920s)

Authors: Wayland, John Walter, 1872-1962

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part;and among her valiant sons were many whosenames became immortal. In this chapter and thehalf dozen that follow next we shall call the names 132 A HISTORY OF VIRGINIA of a few of those immortals and learn some of thethings they did. First, let us learn of Patrick Henry. He wasa great orator, and he spoke out for freedom inVirginia long before most of his friends would have dared to speak, evenif they could havespoken as well as he.Henry was born inthe county of Han-over, Virginia, in theyear 1736. As a boyand even as a youngman of twenty-oddhe seemed lazy andshiftless. Many per-sons regarded him asa failure, even afterhe had studied lawand had been granteda license to practicein the courts. But then one daya great opportunity came knocking on Henrysdoor, and he proved that he was able to meet it.It was in 1763. A much-talked-of case was tobe tried in the little courthouse of Hanover. Onone side were the Episcopal pastors of Virginia;on the other side were various groups of people.

 

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PATRICK HENRY, THE ORATOR PATRICK HENRY AND THE PARSONS i33 On the side of the pastors was King George III,over in England ; on the side of the people werea majority of the House of Burgesses. On thepastors side were the best lawyers of Virginia;on the peoples side was Patrick Henry — youngPatrick Henry, just twenty-seven : Patrick Henry,the failure ! For many years a pastors salary in Virginiahad been 16,000 pounds of tobacco. This, at twopence a pound, was worth, let us say, ^665. Butone year there was a crop failure and the price oftobacco went up to six pence a pound. At thatprice 16,000 pounds were worth ^1995. Then, to help out people who owed debts, theHouse of Burgesses enacted that all debts payablein tobacco might be paid in money, two pence ofmoney counting for a pound of tobacco. Thus aplanter could sell his tobacco for money, gettingsix pence a pound for it, and then use the moneyto pay his debts, giving only two pence for eachpound of tobacco he owed. Money, by the yea

  

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The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

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From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

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Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Erzherzog Wilhelm-Ring

Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Erzherzog Wilhelm-Ring

Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Erzherzog Wilhelm-Ring

Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Erzherzog Wilhelm-Ring

Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Erzherzog Wilhelm-Ring

Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Erzherzog Wilhelm-Ring

Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Erzherzog Wilhelm-Ring

Chronicle

From the chronicle of our parish

The doctrine Dr. Martin Luther came very early for Baden and also found rapid approval. Already in 1544 is called an evangelical preacher. But in the time of the Counter Reformation ran the Roman Catholic Church eagerly the return of Baden citizens to Catholic doctrine, supported by emperor and government. This was so thorough that after 1675 nothing more is known of Protestants in Baden.

Only in the 19th Century gathered some Protestant who were looked after by Mödling. In 1875 it was agreed that every two weeks a church and a religion class were held. However, for the celebration of worship again and again new spaces had to be found - usually in private homes.

In this situation, Mrs. Elise Hötsch helped. She made the funds available to build our church, on 23rd of October in 1887 it was inaugurated. She also donated the building site and the majority of the construction costs of the rectory, which was completed in 1891.

1894 Baden became an independent parish, but it was with 300 church members to small to get a pastor financially avalable. Even now again helped Elise Hötsch: she donated additional 15,000 guilders for a pastor salary fund. So 1895 was the first priest to come to Baden.

 

Today the parish consists of the villages of Baden, Pfaffstaetten and Alland with Holy Cross and Victory Field. It currently comprises around 2,200 parishioners.

www.evang-baden.at/ueber-uns/chronik

Members of Copeland (Kansas) UMC share a $10,000 gift to the pastors' salary endowment during the OIMC gala.

A silent auction helped raise funds for the OIMC pastors' salary endowment.

A silent auction helped raise funds for the OIMC pastors' salary endowment.

A silent auction helped raise funds for the OIMC pastors' salary endowment.

NASHVILLE (BP) – Compensation for full-time Southern Baptist pastors and church staff has lagged behind the growth in the cost-of-living over the past two years. And health insurance coverage remains low, according to the 2018 SBC Church Compensation Study.

  

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The Pastor in Pearl Lagoon is also the Harbor Master (all pastors are bi-vocational in Nicaragua as they don't have the luxury of a pastors salary). He arranged for a boat ride out in the lagoon.

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Authors: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.)

Subjects: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.) Baptists. North Carolina. Ashe Association Baptists

Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.]

Contributing Library: Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University

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ssociational Evangelism 99 Baptist Childrens Homes 86-87 Baptist College Report 79-80 Baptist Hospital 71-73 Baptist Retirement Home 80-81 Biblical Recorder 77-78 Brotherhood 74 ASHEBAPTISTASSOCIA TION Christian Action League 95 Christian Literature 84-85 Christian Social Ministries 93 Church Clerks Who Receive Honorable Mention 101 Church Training 83-84 Cooperative Program 87-89 Council on Christian Life & Public Affairs 68 Department of Aging 69 Department of Christian Family Life 68-69 Director of Missions 93-94 Evangel ism Report 66-67 Executive Committee 94 Foreign Missions 85-86 Home Missions 89-90 Memoriam 102-103 North Carolina Baptist Foundation 70-71 Pastors Conference 82-83 Pastors Salary & Retirement 81-82 Resolutions Committee 100 Seminary Extension 76-77 State Missions 97-99 Sunday School 96 Temperance & Public Morals 66 Vacation Bible School 96-97 WMU 78-79 Youth & Campus Ministries 69-70 ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIA TION OFFICERS OF THE ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION

 

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Year: 1886 (1880s)

Authors: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.)

Subjects: Ashe Baptist Association (N.C.) Baptists. North Carolina. Ashe Association Baptists

Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.]

Contributing Library: Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University

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Associational Evangelism 61-62 Associational Missions 97-99 Associational WMU 75-76 Baptist Childrens Homes 84-85 Baptist Foundation 65-66 Baptist Hospital 66-67 Baptist Retirement Homes 78-79 Biblical Recorder 72-73 Brotherhood 68 Christian Action League 94-96 Christian Citizenship Education 63-64 Christian Family Life 62-63 ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIA TION Christian Higher Education 76-77 Christian Literature 82-83 Christian Social Ministry 92 Church Training 82 Church Music 101-102 Cooperative Program 85-87 Council on Christian Life & Public Affairs 62 Department of Aging 63 Director of Missions 92-93 Executive Committee 93 Foreign Missions 83-84 Home Missions 87-89 Memoriam 105-106 Pastor s Conference 81 Pastors Salary & Retirement 79-80 Resolutions Committee 104 Seminary Extension 71-72 State Missions 100 Sunday School 97 Temperance& Public Morals 61 Vacation Bible School 99 Youth & Campus Ministries 74-75 ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OFFICERS OF THE ASHE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION

 

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ModeratorRev. Jimmy Eldreth

  

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