You see, Hackleburg Methodist Church is a fictional congregation in rural Indiana, and through the years it's given us characters such as: Marybele Hasselbaum, the head of the Women's Society of Christian Service, who kept everything ...
Author: Riley B. Case
Publisher: Ajoyin Publishing
You see, Hackleburg Methodist Church is a fictional congregation in rural Indiana, and through the years it's given us characters such as: Marybele Hasselbaum, the head of the Women's Society of Christian Service, who kept everything running smoothly until she unexpectedly died at 82, without a hand-picked successor Lush Larkin, former saloon owner who once was lost but was gloriously found (owner of Susanna, the Methodist dog.) Aunt Minnie Rittenhouse, who shepherded the Jesus' Little Sunbeams class by reading from the Big Blue Bible Story Book and allowing some normal creative destruction. Members of the Hackleburg Church Choir, who sang joyfully, if not always on key. In the history of the Hackleburg church, we also hear of 13-pie potlucks (the loaves and fishes potlucks during hard times); weather-dependent picnics; rivalries with the Baptists; Methodist cuss words, like "heavens to Betsey" and fizzle-fazzle," and the grace of God, which seemed to get those Hoosier Methodist through every trail-still speaking to each other (most of the time).
Author: Lewin Dwinell McPherson
Patrick Calhoun immigrated to America in 1733 from Ireland.
After his gridiron career ended, Greenwood embarked on a number of business
ventures and became visible to the public in ... July 23, 2013, Hempstead, N.Y.),
reigned five times as world boxing champion—three times as a welterweight and
twice as ... (1982) and as Henry Crabbe, a policeman-turned-restaurateur in the
whimsical crime show Pie in the Sky (1994–97). ... euthanasia, and gay rights
while also strongly criticizing the Roman Catholic Church and its antiscientific
Author: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
Publisher: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.
The Britannica Book of the Year 2014 provides a valuable viewpoint of the people and events that shaped the year and serves as a great reference source for the latest news on the ever changing populations, governments, and economies throughout the world. It is an accurate and comprehensive reference that you will reach for again and again.
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awaiting them . Anna Antes was ... 13 ) . As these two titles imply , Nitschmann ' s
responsibilities were directed toward the entire Moravian Church . Although most
... Anna Johanna Seidelin geborne Pieschin , Moravian Archives Bethlehem ,
written between 1782 and 1788 ) . ... See J . Taylor Hamilton and Kenneth G .
Hamilton , History of the Moravian Church ( Bethlehem , Pennsylvania , 1967 ) , p
. 103 .
Author: Craig D. Atwood
Sixteen scholars of Moravian history and culture have collaborated on this volume, published in honor of the Archivist of the Moravian Church, Northern Province, for 40 years. The volume discusses a variety of topics, including music and worship, Indian missions, travel and communications, economic practice and theology. Many of the essays are based on primary documents in the Archives of the Moravian Church in Bethlehem.