Monday, February 25, 2008

March 2008 Sabbath Recorder

The March, 2008, Sabbath Recorder is available online here as a pdf.

This is the Resurrection issue and contains articles on the topic by Rev. Dale Thorngate, Dustin Mackintosh, and Conference President, Rev. Andrew Samuels, as well as the results of an art contest which solicited submissions from the young [the winner is on the cover of the issue pictured here].

Denominational Historian emeritus, Don Sanford, has an article about the importance of the railroad as transportation for those in ministry and those traveling to General Conference from the mid-19th to the early 20th centuries. He refers to the gospel hymn, "Life's Railway to Heaven." I found this version of the hymn performed by Johnny Cash, family and friends:

The Sabbath Recorder is the magazine of the Seventh Day Baptist General Conference and has been regularly published in some form since 1844.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Jim,
    Thanks for the good (and quick) coverage of the latest SR posting. Your link to the old Gospel song--"Life's Railway to Heaven"-- was a lot of fun.


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