December 2004

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  • Pacific Press

    December 01, 2004
    Pacific Press• Prints approximately 3,700,000 paperback books and 300,000 hardback books a year.• Prints more than 15,000,000 magazines a year.• Prints in excess of 5,000,000 sharing booklets a year.• Prints and mails more than a million Adult Sab...
  • One Tuesday in Tura

    Last of two partsWe were four nights into our evangelistic meetings in Tura, a city of 60,000 in northeastern India, and things didn’t look too rosy. We had started with a good crowd on Friday evening, then watched attendance dwindle away noticeab...
  • Pacific Press

    December 01, 2004
    Pacific Press• Prints approximately 3,700,000 paperback books and 300,000 hardback books a year.• Prints more than 15,000,000 magazines a year.• Prints in excess of 5,000,000 sharing booklets a year.• Prints and mails more than a million Adult Sab...
  • Maranatha Fast Facts

    December 01, 2004
    • The 2004 Convention celebrated the 35th anniversary of the organization.• Maranatha was founded in 1969 by John Freeman, then a resident of Berrien Springs, Michigan.• Over the years, Maranatha has mobilized 55,000 volunteers in 61 countries.• I...
  • Maranatha Convention Project: Big Lake Youth Camp

    December 01, 2004
    More than 100 volunteers occupied Big Lake Youth Camp in Sisters, Ore., Sept. 22–Oct. 7 for the Maranatha Convention mission project. Volunteers, who stayed in RVs or camp cabins for the duration of the project, worked on renovations throughout th...
  • One Tuesday in Tura

    Last of two partsWe were four nights into our evangelistic meetings in Tura, a city of 60,000 in northeastern India, and things didn’t look too rosy. We had started with a good crowd on Friday evening, then watched attendance dwindle away noticeab...

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