Religion Briefs

Posted: Friday, July 14, 2000

Mothers, daughters plan luncheon today

The Kenai-Soldotna Christian Women's Club will hold its mother-daughter luncheon today from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Old Town Village Restaurant in Kenai.

Nancy Speedy, mother of five and grandmother of 12, will present the special feature -- sharing tips on keeping a youthful appearance, with daughter Linda Stimaker also speaking. Two other daughters, Carol Bannock and Janet Pargeter will sing.

Cost of the luncheon is $10. For more information or to make reservations, contact Margaret at 262-4797 or Linda at 262-4996.

Upper Room Ministries to hold revival today

Evangelist Sandi Querin, from Kingsburg, Calif., will be featured during revival meeting held at Upper Room Ministries today at 7 p.m.

Plagued with pain and serious illness all her life, Querin brings a message of healing and hope to her audiences.

She also will teach a class entitled "Spiritual Warfare," at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Upper Room Ministries is located at the Red Diamond Center on Kalifornsky Beach Road in Soldotna. For more information, contact Sharon Hobbs at 262-9286

Gospel quartet to visit Soldotna

Liberty, a Southern gospel quartet, will be in concert at Peninsula Grace Brethren Church, Mile 19.5 of Kalifornsky Beach Road, July 23 at 8:30 and 11 a.m.

Keith Jones, Royce Mitchell, John Cotner and Ralph Yerkes serve the Lord through singing. They have a strong church background and are involved in their local church ministries, as well as community service. Being ministry minded, the group wanted to reach a greater number of people with the Gospel -- the plain and simple, undiluted word of God.

There is no admission fee for the concert, but a free-will offering will be taken.

Religious poems sought from Kenai-area poets

The Bards of Burbank are holding a poetry competition with a $1,000 grand prize. The competition is free to enter and open to everyone. The deadline for submitting entries is Aug. 4.

"We think religious poems can invite achievement," said Dr. John Scribner, the organization's contest director.

"We're especially keen on inspiring amateur poets, and we think this competition will achieve that. Alaska has made many wonderful poets over the years, and I'd like to discover new ones from among the Kenai-area grass-roots poets."

To enter, send one poem of 21 lines or less to: Free Poetry Contest, PMB250, 2219 W Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 991506 or enter online at

For more information, e-mail Scribner at

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