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March 10, 2002

Editor's journey by Hal Donaldson: Remembering Vietnam

Pastor of the opera
The lights of Broadway shine nightly on Assemblies of God minister Larry Wayne Morbitt, who plays Ubaldo Piangi, the comic relief, in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera. Morbitt’s notoriety is creating unique opportunities for sharing his faith in Christ.
By Kirk Noonan


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Living in light of the Lord’s return
Jesus gave signs and constant reminders of His impending arrival. Believers must live as though His return is imminent and serve with the sense of urgency that drove the first-century church.
By George D. Cope

‘The Funk’
Through love and a consistent example, a police officer leads an unlikely informant to Christ.
By Robert Searle

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