Volume 21, Number 4 February 24, 2005
“The secret of success is the union of divine power with human effort.
Those who achieve the greatest results are those who rely most
implicitly upon the Almighty Arm” (Patriarchs and Prophets, p. 509).
Employees Recognized With Service Awards
On Monday, February 14, 2005, 45 employees received awards for faithful service at the Review and Herald. We
appreciate each of our employees and salute those who have reached a milestone year in their employment.
5 Years 15 Years 25 Years
Jeannette Bullock William Barr Silvia Bailey
Allen (Jay) Carbaugh Philip Crouch Dennis Church
Kevan Carbaugh Randy Fishell Mike Gamblin
Madelyn Gatz Charles (Fred) Ford Richard (Rick) Lee
Mark Gift Janet Ford
Dave Griffiths Francie Freeman 30 Years
Vic Scalzo Ron Humphreys James Cavil
Ron Smith Douglas Sayles Doug DeLong
Carroll (Ray) Wachter Virginia (Ginger) Sayles Hope Gipe
Jan Schleifer Robin Lee
10 Years Fred Wuerstlin Hepsi Singh
David Banfe Paul Wilkinson
Cynthia Ford 20 Years
John Gay Roger Dailey 35 Years
Jerry Haines Kaye Emerick Stanford Hannum
Gail Hanson Dennis Strack Glenn Rea
Raymond Hickman Clarence (Wendell) Sayler
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Herman Neal Woodall Summer Picnic Scheduled
Former employee Hermon Neall Woodall passed away Get out your calendar and mark the date of August 21
on January 12, 2005, in Miami, Florida. Born on for a Review and Herald summer picnic. Plans for a fun
February 2, 1910, in Atlanta, Georgia, Hermon grew up afternoon are in process, and we’ll keep you posted with
in High Point, North Carolina, attending an Adventist specific information closer to that day.
school through the eighth grade. He then attended high
school and two years of college at Southern Junior Employee Painting on Display
College in Tennessee, now known as Southern Adventist The Mansion House gallery at City Park is having an art
University in Collegedale, Tennessee. exhibition during the month of March, displaying
paintings with the theme “green.” Gwen Bergey,
In 1942 Hermon was drafted into the U. S. Army and Periodical Shipping, has provided a green painting for
served as sergeant in the orthopedic ward of Crile Army this display. Visit the Mansion House on Fridays and
Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, for 32 months. In Sabbaths from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or on Sundays
September 1945 Hermon began working at the Review from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and enjoy this unique theme.
and Herald Publishing Association, first as a printer and
then as property manager, until he retired in 1975, after Still Collecting Unused Eyeglasses
30 years of loyal service. If you haven’t yet donated your old eyeglasses to the
Lions Club, Matt Berry can help you with that. This
Hermon and his wife, Irene, moved to Miami in 1980, school project ends on March 17, so bring your glasses
and became active in the Miami Temple SDA Church. in before that. Eyeglasses are recycled by the Lions Club
Irene passed away in 1989. Hermon enjoyed traveling, and given to people who can’t afford their own glasses,
fishing, reading, and golf, but his first love was for Jesus so all kinds of eyeglasses are welcome. Matt wants to
Christ. His boundless love for family and friends was thank those who have already donated to this project.
demonstrated by his sincere concern and daily prayers. For more information, contact Matt in Book Shipping
during break times, or call him at home at 301-791-7505.
Church Headquarters Hosts Net 2005
Doug Batchelor, president/speaker of Amazing Facts, Bowl for Kids’ Sake
will be presenting Net 2005, “The Prophecy Code: Bible Finance Division is organizing a bowling team to play in
Secrets Unlocked,” live from the Seventh-day Adventist a fund-raiser tournament for the Big Brothers/Big
Church headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland, from Sisters of Washington County. The Finance team is
March 4 through 26, 2005. The series will be broadcast issuing a challenge to any other department to form a
by Hope Channel and ACN, using satellite and team to bowl alongside them on Sunday, April 3, at
multimedia technology, including 3D animations. For Turner Bowling Lanes. Anyone interested in forming a
schedule and downlink information, please visit team, joining a team, or sponsoring others to meet this
http://www.net05.org. challenge, contact Dave Griffiths, extension 3025, for
Your Opportunity to Mentor
Faith Crumbly, Sabbath School Leadership, is recruiting New Online Licorice Store
mentors and students for STAT, the Police Athletic Rande Colburn, Jr., and Curtis Colburn announce the
League (PAL) mentoring program. Donations for opening of The Licorice Exchange. This brand-new
t-shirts are also welcomed. The STAT program hours web-based company offers more than 75 kinds of
are Monday through Thursday, from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 licorice from at least eight different countries around the
p.m., and some hours on Fridays. There is a special world. As the second-largest international licorice retailer
need for mentors to work between the hours of 4:00 in the United States, Rande and Curtis intend to be
p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Mentoring training is provided. number one! Please visit www.licoriceexchange.com to
Contact Faith Crumbly at 301-797-1537. see the variety of candies that are available. As a special
promotion to Typeline readers, anyone who places an
Benefit for U. S. Troops Overseas order for $20 or more will receive a free additional half
Yoouhenky Hickman, wife of Matt Hickman, Book pound of licorice of your choice. We thank you so
Shipping, is holding an indoor yard sale and bake sale at much for your support and encouragement!
Willow Brook Church on March 6 from 11:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. This project is for a class at Hagerstown The Licorice Exchange
Community College and the proceeds go toward buying Web Address: www.licoriceexchange.com
phone cards for U. S. troops overseas. To donate items, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
rent a table for your own sale, or for more information, Toll free: 888-337-5199
call 301-992-8707 or email email@example.com.
In Response to Your Prayers “I received with joy your letter stating that the Review
“Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. and Herald family will lift Shawnee Mission Medical
Center up in prayer on February 8, 2005. Please express
“We wish to thank you and the Review and Herald to your colleagues our appreciation for their support.
family for remembering us in your prayers.
“Very truly yours,
“We will also be happy to pray for you and the entire Samuel H. Turner, Sr.
staff at the Review and Herald Publishing Association President and Chief Executive Officer
on March 28, 2005. Shawnee Mission Medical Center.”
“May the Lord shower you with His abundant blessings New Product Highlights
as you do His work in the publishing ministry. David—Dancing Like a King (Book 3: The Royal Years)
“Once more, thank you very much. Author: Larry Lichtenwalter
David was a man of passion. He cartwheeled in the
“Yours in the Lord’s vineyard, streets at the coming of the ark. He was magnanimous to
Pastor Duncan Mumbo, Executive Director Mephibosheth. Even willing to die for his son. He was a
Ranen Field, Kenya, Africa.” man after God’s own heart. But when his passion got
▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ out of bounds in the matter of Bathsheba, David reaped
“Christian greetings. I am writing to thank God for you a bitter harvest.
for considering us in your schedule for prayers late last
year on November 22, 2004. Evidences for Creation
Author: George Javor
“To know that you care and that you could take time to Writing from a biochemist's perspective in lay language,
pray for me and my fellow workers in the Central Kenya George Javor explains how genes, germs, and galaxies all
Conference was such a fulfilling experience. May God show the fingerprints of God.
continue binding us together with love.
Soul Shapers: A Better Plan for Parents and Educators
“Central Kenya Conference covers the whole middle Author: Jim Roy
third of the nation of Kenya. It has a Kenyan Shaping young minds–-coaxing fledglings to fly–-is the
population of about 13 million, with 75,000 Seventh-day most complex job in the world. In this volume Jim Roy
Adventist members. offers a new model for parents and teachers seeking to
break out of the rote-memory assembly-line approach to
“The task to evangelize this territory is enormous. The education.
resources are scanty; such equipment as video
projectors, laptops, DVDs, etc., would go a long way in Fatal Secrets
assisting us in the task of evangelism. Author: William Noel
In this sequel to Broken River, Shattered Sky, author
“May God bless you, your family, your Review and William Noel weaves a tangled tale into a riveting
Herald family, and your divine ministry. spiritual thriller that reveals something about the
darkness on the other side and the liberating power of
“Yours in the Lord’s service, the light.
Pastor John G. Macharia, Executive Director
Central Kenya Conference, Africa.” Malchus: Touched by Jesus
▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ Author: Noni Beth Gibbs
“I greet you in the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ. With a cast of 70 vibrant characters, Noni Beth Gibbs
“First of all, I thank my God for you and your fellow offers us a new look at the Man on the middle cross—
workers. I appreciate you for your concern to God’s through the eyes of His enemies.
work. Please don’t give up, and continue, continue,
continue. We will pray for you and God’s publishing Dying to Be Beautiful: Help, Hope, and Healing for Eating
work. May God bless you abundantly in your work for Disorders
Him and give you what you need. Author: Jennifer Jill Schwirzer with Winston Craig
Thin is pretty. And looks are everything. The authors
“Your brother in Christ, offer a way out of the black hole of food fixations:
Abraham Teka, President, Tigray Attached Mission, anorexia, bulimia, and exermania. These heart-rending
Ethiopia, Africa.” stories of struggle and triumph lift the heart and reveal
▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ the healing power of faith in God.
Fugitives 4 Janet Ford
Author: William E. Richardson 6 Tom Prosser
Many Bible heroes were fugitives before they were 7 Jerry Haines
faithful. William Richardson, with penetrating insight, 12 Wendell Sayler
offers 13 sketches of people who stepped away from 12 Rachel Whitaker
God and paid a price. But God, the Tireless Tracker, 15 Bill Kirstein
patiently followed in relentless pursuit until He brought 20 Mike Gamblin
them home. 24 Trent Truman
27 Rhonda Christiano
Web Sites Worth Mentioning 27 Iris Shull
www.hopetalk.org – Welcome to one of North 27 Frank Vanderhoof
America's premier Bible Study Sites! The Bible Guides
listed on this page will assist you in finding hope, peace The editor apologizes for the accidental omission of the
and security in an uncertain world. The study guides are February birthday list in previous issues of Typeline.
from major Christian radio and television ministries.
Select and click for a fascinating adventure in Bible March Birthdays
study. 2 Sam Tipton
6 Frank Vanderhoof III
Classifieds 8 Margie Tooley
For sale: 1975 ¾-ton Chevy Suburban in good 13 Kevan Carbaugh
condition with 197,200 original miles and new tires. 14 Jan Schleifer
This great tow vehicle includes ¾-ton truck bed trailer. 15 Doug Ivany
Asking $2,500 or best offer for both. Call extension 16 Dave Griffiths
5011 or 304-754-3830 evenings. 19 Marjorie Chambers
For sale: $25 Hecht’s gift card. See Matt Berry, Book 20 Carol Macomber
Shipping, or call 301-791-7505. 20 Ken Schneider
Workers needed: to do painting, drywall patching, 22 Allen Alexander
miscellaneous inside work, lawn care, and landscaping. 22 Steve Hanson
Contact Josh Swan at 301-991-5575 or home at 301-582- 22 Ginger Sayles
0011 anytime. Or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. 27 Tammy Dawson
Workers must be reliable, trustworthy, and dependable, 31 Penny Wheeler
and have own transportation.
Chapel Programs Coming:
February 28 Jim Hoffer, Hagerstown church Brian Smith, Pressroom. Brian lives in Williamsport
March 7 to be determined and was a student worker who now comes back as a full-
14 Highland View Academy time worker in our Pressroom.
Sunset Calendar Leaving:
February 25 5:59 p.m. Carole Butler, Graphics Division.
March 4 6:06 p.m.
11 6:14 p.m.