Volume 12, number 1, July-August 2008

Related Stories

PABC Accomplishments Thus Far — Read what has been done.

PABC History — Read about the many others formerly involved here—both helpful and adversarial.

PABC Future — What will you do? What will we do?

Edwards Family Personal Impact — run a little ragged

PABC Finances — See finances for last four years and how a little goes a long way.

 

Also In this Issue

People of the Passover: From Best to Worst

Understand the types of people in the Bible to understand what is happening in our world today.

Are Sermons Biblical?

The Bible teaching would help our congregations today.

Treasures In Heaven

Economic woes are not a threat to the Christian life.

The State of the Church Today: Disheartening Woes? or Doing His Will?

Books Worth a Look:

The Chronology of the Old Testament

Why Our Children Are Not Continuing the Faith

Feast of Tabernacles 2008

PABC Foundation Laid;
Who Will Build?

The Port Austin Bible Campus has laid the foundation to mentor young people, care for elderly and disadvantaged people, and provide teaching for non-denominational Sabbatarian believers. More dedicated, similarly-minded brethren are needed to come and help and to fund this task.

Why should Sabbatarians dedicate their resources or even leave successful careers to move here when there are plenty of other Sunday-Christian or Seventh Day Adventist schools, rest-homes and missions that we can use? The answer is simple. If it is not worth our effort to retain our young people and care for our needy people in a way that they can continue in our beliefs, then is it worth our effort to continue in our beliefs at all?

Stated another way, how can we, with our more accurate understanding of the Scriptures, be dependent upon “less knowledgeable” Christian groups to teach our young people and care for our members in need? By contrast, if we all disappeared, they would continue quite well without us.

If non-denominational Seventh-day believers cannot establish a means of perpetuating their own beliefs, then would they not be better off to stop meeting separately, and to join other established congregations, in the hopes that their Bible knowledge would eventually be shared with and accepted by those congregations and eventually perpetuated by their schools, missions, etc? What good are we achieving to maintain the truth for so many years, only to gradually die off and have our truth die with us?

This writer believes that a good foundation has been laid at PABC, even in the midst of a great struggle. We pray that God will stir some—maybe only a few—to read the articles below and to take action.       —NSE

You Can Visit PABC!

Come to PABC for an inspection, summer vacation, retirement, etc. Get answers to your questions or more specific information from our previous Servants’ News issues: PABC, PO Box 474, Port Austin, Michigan 48467; 989-738-7700; PABC@portaustin.net

 Have You Missed an Issue?

Due to financial, legal and other difficult circumstances, we have been unable to publish on a regular basis. The previous two issues of Servants’ News were:

Jan-Feb 2006 with much description and pictures of PABC

July-Aug 2007 with only a short update.

If you do not have those issues, please contact us and we will send them to you.

We kept most of you updated via e-mails and some letters. If you have not received these e-mails, but would like future occasional updates via e-mail, please send your e-mail address to us at info@ServantsNews.com. You can read all of these updates by clicking on the “Latest News” link at www.ServantsNews.com.          &

 

Download Full Issue in PDF:

Jul/Aug 2008 Quick PDF (1.1 MB)

Jul/Aug 2008 for old Adobe Software (1.5 MB)

Jul/Aug 2008 High-Quality PDF to Print (2.6 MB)


Back to front page
Latest Issue   Previous Issues    Literature List   About Servants' News
Directly Helping    Contact    Help   Search this site    Receive SN for free
Permission is granted to reproduce any article in its entirety
http://www.servantsnews.com