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Articles from Presbyterian Record (July 1, 1999)

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125 and counting: 125th General Assembly. Congram, John 4687
Ark isn't lost - it's in Dawson Creek, British Columbia: for 10 years, teenagers in Dawson Creek have found refuge in the Ark - a place where faith and fun become one. Congram, John 1025
Asian churches seek to support native ministry. Knight, Keith 423
Authority, preaching & practice: yes & no: the Pharisees, our brothers, were people who were strong on maxims, on laws, on preaching without practice. Siverns, Ted 799
Celebrate: the celebration begins! 297
Child's way: one child helps thousands. Timbers, Karen 585
Clergy seem anxious to be martyrs to a hectic schedule. Plymley, II Peter 919
Faces of faith: Laszlo S. Pandy-Szekeres. 506
Few moderatorial reflections. Van Seters, Arthur 617
First General Assembly, 1875: what they said. J.W. Dawson, and others 594
George Grant reader. Book Review 532
Golden treasury of Puritan devotion. Book Review 450
Guiding the courts minute by minute. Plomp, Tony 756
International adoption: not easy but rewarding. Williams, Ivor 1006
Labour of love and light: a retired schoolteacher employs his talents in beautifying the sanctuary of his congregation. Whilsmith, Gwyneth 466
Like a ring of bright water: what is the Church like? Webber, David 877
Living on the edge: the challenging dilemma of the multipoint charge: congregations with potential for growth are prevented by being part of a muiltipoint charge. Smith, Carol 771
Of fiction and faith: twelve American writers talk about their vision and work. Book Review 444
Rocks beneath us: when someone changes something on which we have rested and relied for years, it's not easy to accept. Taylor, Jim (American writer) 724
Thought for food: books sent to Nigeria. Fee, Rick 236
We shall overcome: highlights there were, but most were not found within the business of the 125th General Assembly. Congram, John 727

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