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HISTORY OF ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH IN WALHALLA, SC. By Pastor George B. Shealy, author of 7 historic books. 150-year-old church of original German settlers; much local history of famous upstate settlement. Hard cover, 234 pages, photos, $25 incl. shipping. Call 864-638-6363.


BEAUTIFUL SUN CITY TEXAS! Move to this outstanding, North Austin suburb—populated with relocated Lutherans! New or resale homes in Sun City and surrounding areas. Contact Resident/Realtor, Ray Bethke: (512) 635- 6331 or e-mail:


Long-term—Regional representative for West Africa

Education—China: Teach English in col- leges and universities Japan: English teaching and congregational ministry Central Europe: One- or two-year teaching positions in church-related high schools

Volunteer positions—Ghana: NT professor Indonesia: curriculum advisers Liberia: PhD nurse educators Jamaica: Clinical pastoral education Malaysia: Communications worker – local stipend available Medical personnel – Liberia, Cameroon, Tanzania

This is a sampling of available posi- tions. See the website for more infor- mation:


MISSION QUILTERS—60-inch BONDED BATTING, ideal for mission quilts, also 48- inch BONDED BATTING (four weights) ~ BROADCLOTH (30 colors) ~ PILLOW- FORMS. Oklee Quilting Supply, MN. In busi- ness for over 30 years. Free samples are avail- able. For a brochure, samples or to place an order, phone: (800) 777-7403; fax: (218) 796-4601; Web site:

FOR SALE: 24 Philippine mahogany pews (23 X 10 ½’, 1 X 12’). $25,000 FOB. Con- tact Grace Lutheran Church, 719-634- 2478 or grace

CHURCH CUSHIONS—Pew seat and kneel- ing cushions in an excellent selection of fab- rics and colors. Nationwide. Visit us at www. or call 800-396-7555.

Garlin Travel groups since 1972 888-533-8747 Luther & Bach in Germany * Holyland * Italy Footsteps of St. Paul * Reformation & Golden Capitals Attractive incentives for church leaders.


BOUND FOR BOSTON? Stay at historic Walker Center. Ideal for Group Accommodations or B&B. Easy commute to downtown/airport. Tel.: 617.969.3919. email: Reservations@,


Benson, the Rev. Hamar B., 100, Auburn, WA; Nov. 27. Calls: St. Paul, Superior, WI; Army chaplain; First, Port Orchard, WA; Trinity, Kintype; Grace, Poulsbo; Hoff, Sharon; New Lutheran Valley, McVille; Ness & Middle Grove, McKinock; St. Paul, Honeyford; Trinity, Manvel; Dawson, Dawson; Trinity, Steele; St. Olaf, St. John & East Crooked Lake, Turtle Lake, all ND. Egertson, the Rev. Paul W., 75, Thousand Oaks, CA; Jan. 5. Calls: Calvary, Las Vegas; Faith, South Gate; St. Timothy, Lakewood; St. Matthew, North Hollywood; faculty & dir, Center for Theological Study, California Lutheran Univ., Thousand Oaks, all CA. From 1994 to 2001 he served as bishop of the ELCA Southwest California Synod. Known as a gay rights advocate, he was asked to resign as bishop by the ELCA after participating in what was then considered an “irregular ordination” of a lesbian in Minnesota. Eggers, Hertha (AIM), 76, East Elmhurst, NY; Nov. 27. Call: teacher, Queens Lutheran School, Woodside, NY. Goll, the Rev. Marvin J., 81, Peoria, AZ; Jan. 8. Calls: St. John, Verona, ND; Redeemer, Kewanee; St. Timothy, Castleton; Faith, Palo Heights; First English, Peoria, all IL. Gregor, the Rev. Milroy A., 81, New Ulm, TX; Dec. 17. Calls: St. Paul, Fayetteville; Trin- ity, Frelsburg; St. John, New Ulm; Grace, Eagle Lake; St. John, Meyersville; Bethlehem, Round Top, all TX. Hershberger, the Rev. John R., 81, Philadelphia; Sept. 21. Calls: Navy chaplain; Immanuel- Prince of Peace, Twentynine Palms, CA. Laursen, the Rev. Carl, 95, Eau Claire, WI; Nov. 28. Calls: St. John, Marquette, NE; St. Paul & Gethsemane, Tacoma, WA. Leer, the Rev. Ernest P., 89, Gettysburg, PA; Jan. 26. Calls: St. Paul, Allentown; Zion, Landisville; St. Jacobs, York New Salem; St. Paul, Millersburg, all PA. Lehman, the Rev. Larry L., 74, Lititz, PA; Jan. 3. Calls: Christ, Annville; Holy Trinity, Lancaster; St. Paul. Altoona; St. James, Hellam, all PA. Liebenow, the Rev. George H., 91, Cincinnati, Dec. 25. Calls: missionary-at-large, Rawlins, WY; public relations, International Lutheran Hour & hospital chaplain/inner city missionary, St. Louis; Immanuel & Peace & prof., Mt. St. Mary’s Sem., Cincinnati; coord., English language service, Our Redeemer, Jerusalem; instructor, Sem. of St. Pius X, Erlanger, KY; teaching positions, Mbamba & Obot Idim, Nigeria; Thousand Oaks, CA; Bratislava, Slovakia; Novosaratovka, Russia; Kinsgton, Jamaica. Lindgren, the Rev. Clifford W., 89, Wahoo, NE; Jan. 6. Calls: Emanuel, Meeting Creek, Alberta; Bethel, Marchwell; First English, Churchbridge, all SK, Canada; Concordia Salem, Stephen; Bethesda, Strandquist, both MN; Walla, New Effington; St. Joseph, Rosholt; Benton, Crooks, all SD; First, Allen; Concordia, Concord; Zion, Benedict; Trinity, Polk, all NE. Martin, the Rev. Walter C., 94, Londonderry, NH; Dec. 28. Calls: Trinity, Wellsboro, PA; Trinity & chaplain, Brooklyn Veterans Hospital, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn; auxiliary bishop, AELC East Coast Synod, Mineola, all NY; Trinity, Bogata, NJ.

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COME TO BEAUTIFUL BELLA VISTA in Northwest Arkansas! Enjoy four seasons, great recreational facilities, inexpensive housing and up to date med- ical care. Many relocated Lutherans have already made the move. For discounted lodging contact Reva or Margie with Coldwell Banker at 800- 553-6687. On Sunday morning please visit United Lutheran Church.


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