November 2010

About this issue:

A dream born and bloomed from the City of Roses ... Read the Heritage Singers' Gleaner exclusive in the November issue.

More Features

  • Lucy's 'Bouquet'

    Heritage Singers' Highlights:President Reagan's Inaugural CelebrationIt was a real honor for us to be chosen out of all the singing groups in the U.S. for this special occasion.Sydney Opera House in Sydney, AustraliaThis was an awesome place to si...
  • Bloomed and Born from the City of Roses ...

    November 01, 2010
    "I just wanted to sing for the Lord," says Max Mace, Heritage Singers' founder and man responsible for a thousand Sabbath memories. Mace wipes a strand of blond hair, flashes a trademark smile and says "Who knew we'd be here 40 years later?"You'll...
  • Bloomed and Born from the City of Roses ...

    November 01, 2010
    "I just wanted to sing for the Lord," says Max Mace, Heritage Singers' founder and man responsible for a thousand Sabbath memories. Mace wipes a strand of blond hair, flashes a trademark smile and says "Who knew we'd be here 40 years later?"You'll...

Others

  • Transparent as Sunlight

    I don't know whether it was more of a threat, a taunt or an accusation, but in my formative years I remember calling out across the school playground, "Liar, liar, pants on fire, can't jump over a telephone wire!" And, I was pretty worked up when ...
  • The Elder Emeritus

    I never knew his last name. Like Peter, James, John and Paul, it never seemed to matter. He was no longer young, but in his later eighties. His wife had died and he had been urged into an assisted living care home in Salem, Oregon. Ed walked the a...
  • FYI

    November 01, 2010
    144,000 Votes Make Mt. Ellis a WinnerMount Ellis Academy in Bozeman, Mont., finished 10th among nationwide schools participating in the online Kohl's Cares contest, which wrapped up Sept. 3. The contest promised to award $500,000 grants to the 20 ...
  • Losing Our Marbles

    The old church was a monument to hardwood — the chairs, the floor, all polished to a mirror finish that amplified every squeak, footstep and whisper. It was an unlikely place in which to conduct academy chapel services. But every week, I joined 30...
  • Northwest News NW Member Cruise Alaska

    "Fabulous!" "A foretaste of heavenly beauty!" "What a great experience!" and similar remarks came during the week of Aug. 15–22, as 91 members of various Seventh-day Adventist congregations all across the country found themselves on board the Sapp...
  • Transparent as Sunlight

    I don't know whether it was more of a threat, a taunt or an accusation, but in my formative years I remember calling out across the school playground, "Liar, liar, pants on fire, can't jump over a telephone wire!" And, I was pretty worked up when ...
  • Inspiration

    Have you ever had something happen to you that was very inspirational but you're not sure how to share it with others — or even if you should? Maybe an inner voice is telling you, "Don't share that, they'll just think it's silly!" Hesitation sets ...
  • Letters

    November 01, 2010
    Belated Reflections on an EditorialI was just reading Max Torkelsen's editorial in the August 2009 issue of the GLEANER.I sense [a] focus on the outward appearance throughout much of Adventism. It is almost as if it is more important to look good ...
  • FYI

    November 01, 2010
    144,000 Votes Make Mt. Ellis a WinnerMount Ellis Academy in Bozeman, Mont., finished 10th among nationwide schools participating in the online Kohl's Cares contest, which wrapped up Sept. 3. The contest promised to award $500,000 grants to the 20 ...
  • Letters

    November 01, 2010
    Belated Reflections on an EditorialI was just reading Max Torkelsen's editorial in the August 2009 issue of the GLEANER.I sense [a] focus on the outward appearance throughout much of Adventism. It is almost as if it is more important to look good ...
  • Losing Our Marbles

    The old church was a monument to hardwood — the chairs, the floor, all polished to a mirror finish that amplified every squeak, footstep and whisper. It was an unlikely place in which to conduct academy chapel services. But every week, I joined 30...
  • The Elder Emeritus

    I never knew his last name. Like Peter, James, John and Paul, it never seemed to matter. He was no longer young, but in his later eighties. His wife had died and he had been urged into an assisted living care home in Salem, Oregon. Ed walked the a...
  • Northwest News NW Member Cruise Alaska

    "Fabulous!" "A foretaste of heavenly beauty!" "What a great experience!" and similar remarks came during the week of Aug. 15–22, as 91 members of various Seventh-day Adventist congregations all across the country found themselves on board the Sapp...
  • Inspiration

    Have you ever had something happen to you that was very inspirational but you're not sure how to share it with others — or even if you should? Maybe an inner voice is telling you, "Don't share that, they'll just think it's silly!" Hesitation sets ...

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