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July 2013 Update

Remembering Darlene Parks

Ms. Darlene was a faithful member and an ardent soul-winner.  To us, she was like a mother.  She was a true friend and always assured us that she prayed for us.  She went home to be with the Lord - the Lord for whom she witness to so many people about!  What a day that will be when we see her again and join her in the Heavenly and everlasting worship of God!

AIRVILLE Darlene Suitt Parks, 67, died on Monday, July 15, 2013, in her home in Airville. She was the wife of Walter Glen Parks and on the 31st, they would have celebrated their 32nd wedding anniversary. Born on November 8, 1945 in Baltimore, Md., she was a daughter of the late Claude and Tava Lucille (McMillan) Suitt. Mrs. Parks was a member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church where she was an active Master Club Teacher and an enthusiastic witness for the Lord. A homemaker, she enjoyed reading, canning, being outdoors and appreciated nature. In addition to her husband, she is survived by three children, Tammy Dearing and her husband, David…

Sins against the Holy Spirit

My latest shelf via Shelfari

1.  I plan to read - two books by Dr. Robert Raymond, "Paul, Missionary Theologian" and "A New Systematic Theology of the Christian Faith."  And one book by Louis Berkhof "Syestematic Theology."  I have a hardback copy of Raymond's "Paul" and Berkhof's "Systematic."  I purchased Raymond's "A New Systematic" via Kindle.  ALSO, I was able to download Berkhof's classic work via pdf (for free).  I am not sure when I will get to these three books, but I will tell you that as I was skim reading them, that they are absolutely fabulous and challenging to read.  Both authors take a universal church view (which I don't hold to) and many other theological/Biblical issues that reflect a Reformed and or Protestant point of view (which I don't hold to, neither).  Having said that, they are extremely conservative and worth reading.  For example, Dr. Raymond defends the Pauline authorship of Hebrews.  My challenge is …

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