Lawrence W. Durkee

Lawrence W. Durkee was a member of the Church of the Nazarene residing in Akron, Ohio, in the 1970s.

From Herald of Holiness - May 15, 1976.

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Language: English

Herald of Holiness - July 17, 1963

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Hardy C. Powers
Ernest E. Grosse
Michael Hutchens
Merrill G. Bassett
Ruth Wood Vaughn
Robert E. Maner
Morris Chalfant
Glen Harper
Lawrence W. Durkee
A path through laurel bushes and trees.
Evangelism First 1960-1964; Laurel Smokey Mountains Tennessee and North Carolina.

02 God Has No Grandchildren by General Superintendent Powers

03 The Fallacy of Spiritual Automation by Ernest E. Grosse

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Herald of Holiness - May 15, 1976

John A. Knight
Edward Lawlor
Harold DeMott
Board of General Superintendents
B. Edgar Johnson
Victor Peters
Ross E. Price
Claude D. Wilson
Harold William Reed
C. Neil Strait
C. Neil Strait
Paul R. Martin
James Dobson
Alice Hansche Mortenson
Richard Smith
Lawrence W. Durkee
Mary E. Latham
Alice Rutter
S. Frank Hicke
Pauline E. Spray
Jerry N. Sparks
An oil painting with a collage of buildings and men from Nazarene history.
Heritage Nazarene; oil painting by Victor Peters (wraps around to back cover) See pg. 5 for full description

02 Complacency by General Superintendent Edward Lawlor
03 The Hidden Beatitude by Harold DeMott
04 General Assemble Prayer Proclamation by the Board of General Superintendents
05 A Pictorial History by B. Edgar Johnson
06 How Should One Testify to the Experience of Heart Purity? By Ross E. Price
07 1976 Belongs to Us! By Claude D. Wilson
08 I Believe in Vision by Harold W. Reed
09 The Case Against Social Drinking by C. Neil Strait
09 "My People Have Forgotten" by Paul Martin
10 Television at Its Worst by James C. Dobson

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Herald of Holiness - October 11, 1961

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Samuel Young
Colleen M. Hussong
John L. Knight
Grace V. Watkins
Marie Fredrickson
John T. Benson
Vernon Lunn
Lawrence W. Durkee
Howard H. (Howard Harley) Hamlin
Harlan R. Heinmiller
Edward S. Mann
J. Wesley Mieras
A very tall building in Brazil.
Evangelism First 1960-1964; Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Laymen's Sunday, October 15

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