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Friday`s GA Today
G E N E R A L
A S S E M B L Y
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JULY 19-22, 2016
FRIDAY | JULY 22, 2016
FRIDAY, JULY 22 EVENTS
Prayer Ministries
7:00 am, MCC, 207 A-C
French Language Action Committee
7:00 am, MCC, 109
Int’l. General Council Session
8:30 am-11:30 am
Int’l. General Assembly Business Session
1:00-5:00 pm
Children’s Leader Training
9:00 – 12:00 noon, MCC, 209 A-C
Caribbean Leadership
10:00 am, MCC, 108
Exhibit Hall Seminars
11:00 am, Encountering God in His Word
9:00 – 5:00 pm, Health Fair Screenings
Kid’s Day Camp
1:00 – 5:00 pm
MCC, Davidson Ballroom A/B
Memorial Gathering
6:00 pm, MCC, 101 A-C
Children’s Church (doors open at 6:30)
7:00 pm, MCC, Davidson Ballroom A/B
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Meet Tim and
Paula Hill
The next general overseer is ready
to lead from a global perspective.
By Cameron Fisher
Most who know Rev. Tim Hill are
acquainted with the leadership posts to which
he has been elected or assigned: pastor, state
overseer, International Executive Committee
member, and director of World Missions. But
the depth of Tim Hill goes beyond his impressive Church of God resume.
Tim Hill’s roots lie deep in the heart of
Texas, gospel music, and family. He was born
in Levelland, Texas, where his father was a
pastor and he was saved at the age of seven.
For relaxation, Brother Hill loves the mountains and fishing. His passion for Southern
Gospel music began at an early age. He recorded his first song at age 16 and since then has
been involved in 23 recording projects
and authored more than 150 gospel songs. His
accomplished musical career has taken him
across the country where he has ministered
in song to thousands in concerts and church
services. One of his recordings, He’s Still in the
Fire, was voted as Song of the Year in 1991 by
Tim and Paula Hill
Christian Voice Magazine. He will tell you his
first love in life is Paula, his wife of 37 years.
Paula also grew up in Texas where her father
was a carpenter and built the Church of God
state parsonage in Weatherford. They married in Fort Worth in 1979 two years after
Tim received his license and launched his
ministry at the age of 17. From 1982–1984,
the Hills, now a family of three with the
addition of Melinda Marchelle in 1981, pastored in Keller, Texas, and Tim served on
the Texas State Youth Board. In 1986, he
accepted his first state-level appointment from
the Church of God when the Hills moved to
—continued on page 5
Church Under a
Bridge . . . and More
By Ashley Gross
(Editor’s Note: The following is a testimonial from a
participant in WAKE, a four-day student missions experience
in conjunction with the International General Assembly)
Traditional Parade of Nations
was a highlight of the Thursday night service.
Tuesday was the first day of WAKE. That
night, we went to volunteer at the Bridge
church. Yes, it is literally a church under a
bridge! The people who go to this church
are a congregation of homeless people. They
receive a hot meal, attend a church service,
and are then given food and clothes. But what
was most striking to me—even next to the
stinging poverty and need – was the light.
When I looked at the congregation, at first I
saw what I thought to be brokenness:broken
bodies, broken hearts, broken minds. Then,
as the worship music started playing, I saw
what I assumed to be broken people stand
up and worship with abandon. What I mistook for brokenness was actually openness,
an openness that comes onlywhen we have
been broken but have surrendered it all to
God. The last thing we expected to happen
is exactly what happened: those we came to
minister to taught us a lesson in joy, humility,
and thankfulness.
—continued on page 3
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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016
Church Under a
Bridge . . . and More
Bible Quizzing
Returns to the
General Assembly
—continued from page 1
I was asked to pray with the people during
the altar time. I became nervous and decided
there would be enough people to pray and that
they wouldn’t miss me. During the sermon, I
was convicted. It made me reexamine the way
that I respond to God’s call. If I chose to sit in
my seat because of fear instead of going to pray
for people, how dare I set foot in a pulpit and
preach? It challenged me.
vice. We worked together during the day, then
we experienced the church service together. I
loved seeing other young people in corporate
worship.
WAKE has not only been something for us
to do while our parents are participating in the
General Assembly, but it has been a way for us
to help others, to be the hands and feet of Christ.
Wednesday started with a worship service.
We loaded and unloaded trucks, working as
a team. We worked like a well-oiled machine,
as if we did this together all the time. After
unloading supplies, we went in groups, doing
different jobs, but we had one mindset: serve.
That’s what we were there to do. After it was
over, we sat together during the evening ser-
As a young woman in the Church of God,
this week was important for me. As a young
woman called into ministry, it was important
to be reminded that serving others is a foundational behavior for good, Christian leadership.
I think all of us grew and God used WAKE.
It left a profound difference in the way that
I view ministering. Those who participated
served together and had fun, but most importantly, we all had the opportunity to grow
together spiritually and bring this Light to
others. (Ashley Gross is a 19 year-old Lee University
student from Clarksburg, West Virginia) u
The first ever Bible Quizzing Invitational
tournament was held this week featuring the
2015 Teen Talent runner-up. West Fifty Eighth
Street Church of God, followed their win at Lee
University with an exceptional showing led by
Ashley Wilson and Andrew Wilson. The team
from Florida won runner-up, and was a wellrounded team with all three starters "quizzing
out" (answering five questions in a round).
Angelica Shaw won the Individual Bible
Quiz, with Wayne Martin finishing runner-up.
Incoming International Youth and
Discipleship director David Blair, said: “The
Invitational tourney was a great success and we
hope to repeat it next Assembly!”​u
General Assembly TODAY is produced in the interest of delegates
to the 76th Church of God International General Assembly.
It is published daily, Tuesday through Friday, July 18-22, 2016.
Produced under the auspices of the General Assembly Cabinet:
David Ray, chair, Ken Bell, Kevin Brooks, Ken Hill, Raymond Hodge,
Carlos Moran. Mark Williams, executive liaison
Editor
Cameron Fisher
GA Today/News Media Committee
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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016
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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016
Meet Tim and
Paula Hill
—continued from page 1
Arizona to become the Youth and Christian
Education director. On the last day of that
year, their second daughter, Brittany Danielle,
was born. The third of their three daughters,
Tara Lanae, was born four years later in 1990.
Today, those daughters have given Paula and
Tim three grandchildren, including one that is
due next week.
Between appointments in his early years
of ministry, Tim Hill was a sought-after evangelist. He conducted revivals throughout the
United States and various foreign countries.
He spoke at youth camps, camp meetings,
and convocations. His evangelistic preaching
style is still in demand today, as demonstrated
by his appearance at numerous camp meetings earlier this summer. future leadership in the Church of God. An
appointment to Oklahoma as state overseer
would come from the Executive Committee
in 1996, the same year he was first elected to
the Council of Eighteen. In 1999, he accepted
an appointment to lead the Church of God
in Southern Ohio as state overseer.
It was at the International General Assembly
of 2004 when Tim Hill was elected to the Church
of God International Executive Committee
as secretary general. He would serve for two
years in that post until being elevated to second assistant general overseer in 2006. Two
years later the International General Assembly
would confirm his nomination to first assistant
where he would serve out his eight-year tenure until 2012. While first assistant, Tim Hill
gained valuable knowledge as the liaison to the
Division of World Evangelization—a role that
would prove invaluable as preparation for the
next period of his life. In summarizing the last four years as
director of Church of God World Missions,
Tim Hill characterizes it as, “among the most
challenging, yet fulfilling assignments I’ve
ever had, in some ways even excelling my
years as a pastor and my service on the
International Executive Committee. These
past four years have had a major and deeply
spiritual effect on me.”
The new general overseer feels his time
with World Missions has prepared him for
what lies ahead in his ministry. Since 2012, he
has endeavored to visit all field areas as defined
“My passion is to see our movement express
a global church focus on a Great Commission
finish.” The Church of God is poised to be a
vital participant in this endeavor. The Great
Commission is not ‘departmental,’ but is the
basis of the whole church.”
Under Hill’s leadership, World Missions
undertook several programs and challenges, among them Marcelly’s Dream, Israel
Initiative, and perhaps most compelling,
the FINISH Challenge. In a recent issue of
the Evangel, Hill announced the commitment to expand the FINISH Challenge to the
FINISH Commitment; an incentive he plans
to carry with him into his new leadership of
the entire denomination.
“The Executive Committee must be global
in its mindset,” Hill stated. “It starts with us—
the International Executive Committee. We
must translate the message that we are a global
church. Then, every pastor must ask himself/
herself: ‘How do I commit to fulfilling the
Great Commission? How does my leadership
nurture others to reach the harvest?’”
Tim Hill believes strongly that although
pastors and other church leaders play a key
role, strong leadership in reaching the lost
comes from laypersons, students, and local
church leaders.
Tim Hill's father, John W. Hill Jr. (center), went home to be with the Lord earlier this summer.
The period of 1989–1996 was a pivotal time in Tim Hill’s ministry as he led
the Riveroak Church of God in Danville,
Virginia, as senior pastor. In those seven
years, the Riveroak Church experienced tremendous growth and outreach, and his leadership further galvanized his prospect for
by the Church and has traveled to over 100
countries in doing so. “My vision for the Church of God is to
see our denomination take a lead role in the
Evangelical and Pentecostal world in helping
to finish the Great Commission,” Hill stated.
FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016
“I am calling on every member of the
Church of God to embrace the commitment
to engage in Great Commission ministry,
beginning with their Jerusalem, then to their
Judea and Samaria, and ultimately to the uttermost parts of the earth. Everyone has a platform in ministry. Again, I emphasize, everyone. Almost immediately, the International
Executive Committee will be announcing both
qualitative and quantitative goals all founded
on and in our adopted core values and mission
statement that clearly delineate our mandate
to ‘communicate the full gospel of Jesus Christ
in the Spirit and power of Pentecost.’” Tim Hill officially becomes the 27th general overseer of the Church of God upon ratification by the International General Assembly,
held today beginning at 1:00 p.m. u
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Paula Hill:
“Be Yourself”
Her focus in ministry is to help each
member of the body of Christ feel confident
in his or her unique purpose. Paula said, “I
have such a passion for women to realize we’re
responsible for what God made us to be. We
need to celebrate each other and not say, ‘I
wish that had happened to me.’”
By Lorna V. Gosnell
The Church of God is blessed to have
Paula Hill as its new first lady. Her warmth
and compassion will beautifully complement
her husband, Tim Hill, as he leads the church
as general overseer.
Paula’s advice to the women of the Church
of God is, “Be yourself. Be who God called you
to be. As long as you’re functioning as the part
of the body you’re supposed to be, you aren’t
insignificant.” u
“I feel honored God is allowing us to be a
vehicle for what He is doing,” she said.
The Hills met when he came to her church
for a revival. They were married five months
later. Throughout their ministry, Paula has
stood alongside her husband as he served as
a prominent evangelist, pastor, state overseer,
Executive Committee member, and World
Missions director. Paula calls the previous
four years in World Missions some of the most
rewarding, humbling years of her life.
One of the greatest joys of Paula’s life is
being the mother to her three adult daughters—Melinda (Tim) Maness, Brittany Hill,
and Tara (Justin) Sharpe—and Nana to her
grandchildren: Brayden (11), Hailey (8), and
Lucas (16 months). At the first of August, the
family will expand when Tara gives birth to
her first child.
For all of her adult life, Paula’s priorities have been her husband and children.
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Although she does not have a pulpit ministry,
she is a faithful partner to her husband. She
stayed home to raise her daughters, a decision she does not regret. Family comes first
for Paula.
She still finds time for hobbies now and
then. Her favorite is sewing. She grew up on
her mother’s lap, watching as she operated
her machine. Paula also excels at fixing things
around the house, a skill she attributes to her
father, a contractor. She recently built a pantry
for one of her daughters, and has even dabbled
in air conditioner repair.
Paula has written two devotional books,
Heart Songs, and Grace Notes, which she cowrote with Melinda.
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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016
General Council
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By B. Randall Parris
The Thursday morning General Council
business session welcomed Jimmy Evans for
the “special order of the day.” Evans is founder of Marriage Today that gives people help
and hope to succeed in marriage. The General
Council was reminded that “marriage is the
holy institution that God loves” and “never
has there been a great society that wasn’t built
on the foundation of healthy marriages.”
At the previous General Assembly, the
International Executive Council was asked
to conduct a detailed review of the meaning
and usage of the term “bishop.” Item X on
the Agenda recommended that the review
continue and that study include a detailed
look at the title of “ordained bishop” and any
effect it has on the legal and cultural issues of
the International Church and on the IRS rulings concerning the national church. Further,
that the titles for all ranks of ministry, qualifications of ministry, and women in ministry
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that this study be brought back to the 2018
International General Council was affirmed.
Item XI of the General Council agenda
considered the qualifications for the serving
as an ordained bishop. The motion allows
for candidates, who are otherwise qualified,
to become ordained bishops or “if he has
three (3) years of active ministry accompanied by a ministry-related degree or its
equivalency from an accredited institution or
one certified by the Church of God Division
of Education.” The purpose of this motion
was to account for those ministers who have
chosen to obtain a ministry-related degree
or its equivalency rather than go directly
into active ministry and better connect the
oncoming generation with the church of
today. The motion carried, becoming a part
of the General Assembly agenda.
The afternoon “special order of the
day” included a Church of God favorite, Ed
Stetzer; well-known conference and seminar leader. Stetzer challenged the General
Council to be “salt and light” in culture and
to effectively evangelize in these tumultuous
times. “Holiness is separation from sin…not
separation from sinners,” Stetzer declared.
The presentation was poignant, provocative,
and simple; Christians are called to be salt
and light in culture.
Item XII was a report that focused on
the development of a minister’s “culture of
learning.” This report encouraged preparation for every minister for the challenges and
opportunities of ministry by mobilizing every
agency and all available resources to invest
in perpetual ministerial training. This report
was adopted by the International General
Council.
Agenda item XIII included the presentation and adoption of resolutions of appreciation for Mark L. Williams, David M. Griffis,
Wallace J. Sibley, M. Thomas Propes and the
General Assembly Cabinet. A resolutions was
offered and adopted on the issue of transgender bathrooms. Further, a resolution was also
adopted regarding the sanctity of marriage
advocating that, “the Church of God exercise
due diligence in teaching and preaching the
truth about marriage in the biblical model—
between one man and woman for a lifelong
union—as God’s divine plan for His people.”
The afternoon session concluded with one
remaining resolution for consideration. The
International General Council will address
the motions offered from item XIV, “Motions
from the Motions Committee,” this morning, which is the final session of the General
Council. The General Assembly will convene
today from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the Grand
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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016
Order of the Towel Honors
Pastor Carter Conlon
By Dr. Aaron R. Jones
A Prayer Ministry Afterglow held Tuesday night at 9:30 proved to
be a powerful time in the Lord. Over 120 prayer warriors gathered
together in Room 107 of the MCC to be encouraged, enlightened, and
renewed in prayer.
Bishop Doug Small opened the night by giving a vision for the
Church of God Prayer Ministries. He poured out his heart’s desire: to
see the Church identify those who have a burning heart for prayer;
to have mobilized prayer teams in every region; and at a moment’s
notice, to be called and activated to intercession. Bishop Small
described prayer as “hosting and honoring God.”
Special guest speaker, Pastor Carter Conlon of the Times Square
Church in New York, presented a timely message from Matthew
25—“No Titles at the Throne.” He stated that the true heart of the
kingdom of God is not programs, but people. He says, “If you miss
people, you miss it all.”
General Overseer Mark Williams and Doug Small, kneeling, anoint Dr. Carter
Conlon as he receives the Order of the Towel. Praying are Barbara Small, left,
and Teresa Conlon.
As Pastor Conlon ministered, it caused one to do an immediate self-examination of his heart and motivation in ministry. He
encouraged the prayer warriors by confirming their call in ministry.
He said, “Prayer moves the hand of God.” When Pastor Conlon finished, Bishop Small asked him to pray for the Church of God. Pastor
Conlon petitioned God that an awakening would move within the
Church; that the Church put away all of the appearances of righteousness; and that a fresh baptism of the Holy Spirit takes place. This
prayer sparked praise, continued prayer, and a prophetic word for the
Church—“Be not fearful or afraid, look to Me, and I will answer and
stand bold in the face of the enemy.”
The night was capped off with The Order of the Towel presented to
Pastor Carter and Teresa Conlon by General Overseer Mark Williams
and Bishop Small. The Order of the Towel acknowledges the true act
of servanthood by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. John 13 tells us
that Jesus washed the feet of His disciples, thereby displaying the heart
of humility. Bishop Mark Williams presented a statue and picture of
Jesus washing the feet of a disciple, and a certificate celebrating this
humble occasion. Bishop Small draped the towel over Pastor Conlon
with great honor. The ceremony closed with Bishop Williams praying over the couple. He prayed that God would guard their hearts,
encourage their faith, and walk in the spirit of freedom. u
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Presentamos a Timothy y Paula Hill
El nuevo supervisor general está listo para liderar a la
denominación desde una perspectiva global.
Por Cameron Fisher, Trad. Déborah E. Ortiz
La mayoría de ustedes conoce al obispo Tim
Hill por las posiciones de liderazgo que ha ocupado en el pasado: pastor, supervisor estatal, miembro del Comité Ejecutivo Internacional y director
de Misiones Mundiales. Pero, su personalidad es
más profunda que su impresionante currículum
en la Iglesia de Dios.
Sus raíces están en el corazón de Texas, la
música góspel y su familia. Nacido en Levelland,
Texas, en donde su padre pastoreaba. Allí le
entregó su corazón al Señor a la edad de siete
años. El hermano Hill disfruta sus tiempos de
esparcimiento en las montañas y la pesca. Su
pasión por la música góspel sureña comenzó
desde temprana edad. A los dieciséis años grabó
su primera canción y hasta el momento lleva veintitrés proyectos, sumándose sus ciento cincuenta
composiciones. Su carrera musical lo ha llevado a
través del país en conciertos y servicios en los que
ha ministrado a miles de personas. Una de grabaciones (He still is in the fire) fue seleccionada como
la Canción del 1991 por la revista Christian Voice.
Pero, sin lugar a dudas, el hermano Hill rápidamente admite que Paula, su esposa por más de
treinta y siete años, es el amor de su vida. Paula
también, es oriunda de Texas. Su padre era carpintero y construyó la casa del supervisor estatal, radicada en Weatherford, Texas. Se casaron en Fort
Worth en 1979. Dos años más tarde, el hermano
Hill obtuvo sus credenciales, entrando al ministerio a los diecisiete años de edad. De 1982 a 1984,
ministraron en la ciudad de Keller, Texas, con la
añadidura de su primogénita, Melinda Marchelle
(nacida en 1981). El hermano Hill fue nombrado
a la junta del departamento de juventud de Texas.
Tim and Paula Hill
electo al Concilio de los Dieciocho. En 1999, fue
nombrado supervisor del sur de Ohio.
Fue en la Asamblea General Internacional
de 2004 que el Rev. Hill resultó electo al Comité
Ejecutivo Internacional de la Iglesia de Dios en
la posición de secretario general. Por dos años
ocupó el cargo hasta que en 2006 fue ascendido
a segundo asistente del supervisor general. Dos
años más tarde la AGI confirmaría su candidatura a primer asistente, posición que ocupó hasta
parado para lo que depara su ministerio. Desde
2012 se ha dedicado a visitar todos los campos de
la denominación, visitando más de cien países.
Dice: «Mi visión es que la Iglesia de Dios asuma
un rol protagónico en el mundo evangélico y pentecostal para que completemos la Gran Comisión.
Me apasiona la idea de nuestro movimiento con
un enfoque global en el cumplimiento de la Gran
Comisión. La Iglesia de Dios está a punto de
asumir una participación vital en este esfuerzo. La
Gran Comisión no es [una labor] ‘departamental’,
sino la base de la iglesia».
Bajo el liderazgo del hermano Hill, MM
emprendió varios programas y retos, tales como El
sueño de Marcelly, Campaña pro Israel y el Desafío
final. En una edición reciente de El Evangelio,
Hill anunció de expandir el Desafío final al
Compromiso final, campaña que ahora será parte
de toda la denominación.
Hill añade: «El Comité Ejecutivo Internacional
debe tener una mentalidad mundial. Esto comienza con nosotros, el Comité Ejecutivo Internacional.
Debemos transmitir el mensaje de que somos una
iglesia global. Por ende, cada pastor debe preguntarse: ¿Cómo me comprometeré a cumplir la Gran
Comisión? ¿Cómo guiaré a otros hacia la cosecha
de la mies?».
El hermano Hill cree firmemente que, aunque
los pastores y otros líderes de la iglesia juegan
En 1986 aceptó su primer nombramiento
con la Iglesia de Dios como director de juventud
y educación cristiana del estado de Arizona. Su
segunda hija, Brittany Danielle, nació al final de
ese año. La tercera, Tara Lanae, nació cuatro años
más tarde, en 1990. Hoy, la familia ha crecido con
tres nietos y uno de camino.
Durante su ministerio pastoral, Tim Hill se
convirtió en un evangelista bien solicitado. Fue
así como llevó a cabo campañas de avivamiento
a lo largo de los Estados Unidos y en varios
países extranjeros. Fue invitado a campamentos
juveniles, convenciones y asambleas. Su estilo de
predicación tiene todavía demanda, como lo demuestra su apretada agenda durante este pasado
verano.
El período de 1989-1996 fue crucial para su
ministerio, colocándose al frente de la Iglesia de
Dios de Riveroak en Danville, Virginia. Fueron
siete años de crecimiento y expansión que comenzaron a proyectarlo como uno de los futuros
líderes de la Iglesia de Dios. El Comité Ejecutivo
Internacional lo nombró en 1996 como supervisor
estatal de Oklahoma, año en el que también, fue
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el 2012. Fue durante ese tiempo que adquirió
un conocimiento valioso como el enlace de la
División de Evangelización Mundial, una gran
preparación para la siguiente fase de su vida.
Sobre resumir sus últimos cuatro años como
director de Misiones Mundiales, el hermano Hill
dice que ha sido una «de las tareas más difíciles y
a la vez satisfactorias de su vida, incluso más que
mis años como pastor y mi servicio en el Comité
Ejecutivo Internacional. Estos últimos cuatro años
han surtido un efecto importante y profundamente espiritual sobre mí».
El nuevo supervisor general siente que su
incumbencia en Misiones Mundiales lo ha pre-
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un papel fundamental, son los laicos, jóvenes y
miembros locales quienes llevan la delantera en
la evangelización de los perdidos. Dice: «Hago un
llamado a que los miembros de la Iglesia de Dios
se comprometan con el ministerio de la Gran
Comisión, comenzando con Jerusalén, luego su
Judea y Samaria y hasta los confines de la tierra.
Todo el mundo tiene una plataforma ministerial.
Insisto, todo el mundo. Sin pérdida de tiempo, el
Comité Ejecutivo Internacional anunciará objetivos cualitativos y cuantitativos, basándose en
nuestros valores y declaración misionera, con el
fin de ser claros en cuanto al mandato de “comunicar el evangelio completo de Jesucristo en el
espíritu y poder de Pentecostés». u
Paula Hil: “Sea
Usted Misma”
propósito. La hermana Paula comenta: «Mi
pasión es que como mujeres comprendamos
que somos responsables de [ser] lo que Dios
quiere que seamos. Nosotras debemos apoyarnos mutuamente, en lugar de decir, ‘Ojalá me
hubiera tocado a mí’». Su consejo para las
hermanas de la Iglesia de Dios: «Sea usted
misma. Sea la mujer que Dios la ha llamado a
ser. Siempre y cuando cumpla con su función
dentro del cuerpo, no será insignificante». u
Por Lorna V. Gosnell, Trad. Déborah E. Ortiz
La Iglesia de Dios tiene la bendición de
contar con Paula Hill como su nueva primera
dama. Su calor y compasión humana son un
hermoso complemento para su esposo, Timothy Hill, nuevo supervisor general de la Iglesia
de Dios.
En sus primeras expresiones, la hermana
Hill dice: «Me siento honrada de que Dios no
use como un vehículo para sus planes».
El matrimonio Hill se conoció durante una
campaña de avivamiento. A los cinco meses se
casaron. La hermana Paula ha acompañado a
su esposo durante sus ministerios de evangelista, pastor, supervisor estatal, miembro del
Comité Ejecutivo Internacional y director de
Misiones Mundiales. Ella asegura que estos
pasados cuatro años han sido muy gratificantes y aleccionadores.
Uno de sus mayores gozos es ser la madre
de tres hijas adultas (Melinda (Tim) Maness,
Brittany Hill y Tara (Justin) Sharpe) y abuela
de tres nietos (Brayden (11), Hailey (8) y Lucas (16 meses). El primero de agosto nacerá su
nuevo nieto, el primogénito de Tara.
Durante su vida adulta, Paula se ha dedicado a su esposo e hijas. Aunque no predica
desde el púlpito, es una compañera fiel que
no lamenta el haberse dedicado a la familia,
su prioridad. Entre sus pasatiempos, le encanta coser, algo que aprendió de su madre.
También, es una experta en arreglar las cosas
rotas tal y como lo aprendió de su padre, un
contratista. Hace poco construyó una alacena
para una de sus hijas y hasta sabe reparar el
aire acondicionado.
Paula es una escritora y mujer de oración
que ha escrito dos libros devocionales, titulados “Heart Songs” (Canciones del corazón) y
“Grace Notes” (Notas de gracia), el cual fue
coescrito por su hija Melinda.
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El Dr. David Ramírez El Centro de
Hace Historia Como Estudios Latinos
Nuevo Miembro Del Celebra su Misión
Por Wilmer Estrada
Comité Ejecutivo
Internacional
Por Lorna V. Gosnell, Trad. Déborah E. Ortiz
El martes pasado fue un día
histórico para la
Iglesia de Dios con
la nominación del
Dr. David Ramírez
al puesto de tercer
asistente del supervisor general,
Comité Ejecutivo
Internacional. Al
presente ha estado al frente de Latinoamérica, en donde se ha destacado promoviendo
la educación y plantación de iglesias a través
del continente. El Dr. Ramírez por veinte
años estuvo al frente de Semisud (Seminario
Sudamericano de la Iglesia de Dios) en la ciudad de Quito, Ecuador. Luego, fungió como
supervisor de la Región Suroeste Hispana de
la IDD. Su compañera de vida, María Fernanda Snaidero Ramírez, es una mujer de
oración y palabra que ha trabajado en pro
del desarrollo integral y liderazgo de la mujer
latina. Ambos tienen un hijo y una hija. Oramos para que el Señor los bendiga durante
esta nueva etapa de su vida. u
Carlos Cañizáles
recibe un
reconocimiento por
su labor como
educador
Por H. Lynn Stone
En la mañana del miércoles 20 de julio, el
Centro para Estudios Latinos auspició un desayuno con el propósito de contar la historia del
Centro, para celebrar el impacto que han tenido
en la educación ministerial de la comunidad
hispana en Estados Unidos y como agradecimiento al personal, Obispos Administrativos
Hispanos y con aquellos que han apoyado este
proyecto educativo.
El evento contó con mensajes del presidente
del Seminario Teológico Pentecostal, el Dr. Lamar Vest y del vicepresidente y decano de asuntos académicos, el Dr. David Han y del director
del CEL, el Dr. Wilfredo Estrada Adorno.
¡Celebremos! En sus primeros tres años el
CEL ha alcanzado una matrícula que supera los
155 estudiantes. Además, 7 egresados del diplomado ya han comenzado su programa de maestría en el Seminario Teológico Pentecostal. u
La División de
Educación de la
Iglesia de Dios ha
honrado al obispo
Carlos Cañizáles
con el premio de
Liderazgo en la
Educación 2016. La
ceremonia se llevó
a cabo el pasado
martes en el Hotel
Omni, Nashville, durante el almuerzo de los
educadores internacionales.
Carlos Napoleón Cañizáles Rugamas es el
presidente del Seminario Bíblico Pentecostal
Centroamericano (SEBIPCA). Su pasión pastoral lo ha llevado a diseñar herramientas prácticas para que los pastores y las pastoras formen
discípulos que imiten a Cristo. Su programa es
conocido en Centro América como La carrera
del discípulo.
El hermano Cañizález lleva treinta y tres año
felizmente casado con María; tiene dos hijos y
una hija. Reciba nuestras felicitaciones por su
servicio al Reino de Cristo. u
Editorial Evangélica
Editorial Evangélica fue oficialmnente
instituida en el año 1945, como parte del Departamento Latinoamericano de la Iglesia de
Dios. Se inició en Méjico bajo la iniciativa y
dirección del Reverendo Vessie D. Hardgrave,
quien era el Director para América Latina,
con la colaboración de los Hnos. Leopoldo
Domínguez y Rafael González. El hno. Leopoldo Domínguez, fue el intrumento que Dios
usó para la colaboración del himnario Rayos
de Esperanza que aún se sigue publicando
en Editorial Evangélica, como compilador,
compositor y arreglista. Ese mismo año se
comenzó a publicar lecciones para la Escuela
Dominical escritas por el Hno.
Rafael González, quien era profesor de
historia y homilética en el conocido Instituto
Preparatorio Internacional. En diciembre
de ese mismo año 1945, se comenzó a publicar la revista El Evangelio. El Hno. Leopoldo
Dominguez fue el primer redactor de la revista. En 1946 se comenzo a publicar el Curso
Biblico por Correspondencia y alrededor del
1951 se publico el primer ejemplar de La Senda Iluminada.
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Editorial Evangélica nació en el plan de
Dios y lleva de existencia cerca de 70 años.
La misión principal del Hno. Hardgrave fue
el expandir la obra de Dios promoviendo con
mucha insistencia el uso de literatura en el
ministerio de la iglesia en todo latinoamérica.
Hoy, Editorial Evangélica provee el uso de
literatura no sólo en latinoamérica sino entre
todos los hispanos del mundo. El propósito
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principal de Editorial Evangélica es proveerle
a nuestra gente ayudas para la formación del
liderazgo de la iglesia con libros y manuales
para el evangelismo, discipulado así como
cursos bíblicos. La tarea principal es servir a
la iglesia hispana alrededor del mundo. Sobre
todo el glorificar a Dios por medio de un trabajo excelente. u
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Remembering Ministers
Who Have Gone to
Their Eternal Reward
“Beloved, now are we the sons of God, and it doth not yet appear
what we shall be: but we know that, when he shall appear, we
shall be like him; for we shall see him as he is.” —1 John 3:2 (KJV)
MEMORIAL CELEBRATION – Friday, July 22, 2016
This service has become a cherished tradition in the Church of God
because we are gathered not to mourn, but to celebrate. These whom we
honor on this occasion have been sacrificial servants who have tirelessly
given of themselves in humble service to the King.
Paul in 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17 assures us, “For the Lord himself shall
descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and
with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we
which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the
clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.”
It is the promise of this age-old tenet of the faith to which these held, and
it is the fulfillment of this promise for which we patiently wait.
We rejoice in the truth that these who have gone before us are living
abundantly with the Father in heaven, and that one day we, too, will join
them and behold Him face to face.
We pray for those who remain, trusting that they will find comfort in
God’s promises and in this memorial tribute.
—2014-2016 International Executive Committee
Statistics of Spiritual Results for Deceased Ministers
July 1, 2014 – June 1, 2016
Deceased Ministers: 413 Sermons Preached: 1,132,377
Converted: 494,402 Sanctified: 195,474
Holy Ghost Baptisms: 172,259 Baptized in Water: 55,150
Members Added: 89,549
WALL OF REMEMBRANCE
In addition to the memorial service, a special video Wall of Remembrance, listing
ministers who have gone to their reward during the 2014-2016 Assembly period, is
located in the Exhibit Hall near the Heritage Display.
Deceased minister information listed herein reflects reports forwarded to the Business
and Records Department in the Church of God International Offices by state and regional
offices during the 2014-2016 Assembly period beginning with the death date of July 1,
2014. For purposes of meeting printing deadlines for the publication, the final date for
processing information at the International Offices for this observance was June 1, 2016.
NameRank
State/Region/Country
Darrell E. Abbey
Exhorter
North Dakota
Darcy Lloyd Abbott
Ordained Bishop
Pennsylvania
John Patrick Adamczewski Exhorter
Indiana
William Lummie Adams Exhorter
Alabama
Augusto Adamuchi
Ordained Bishop
Brazil (Southern)
José M. Aguilar
Ordained Bishop
Northeast Spanish
Olivia J. Aldana
Ordained Minister Arizona
Dan Richard Alewine
Ordained Bishop
Kentucky
Noah Asa Allen
Ordained Bishop
Tennessee
Thomas Edward Allen
Exhorter
Arkansas
Carlton Anderson
Ordained Bishop
Florida (Tampa)
Linieal Keith Anderson
Ordained Bishop
Texas
Lloyd L. Anglin
Ordained Minister Kentucky
Ted Clarence Ansley
Ordained Minister Georgia (North)
Robert Arthur Ayers
Ordained Bishop
South Carolina
Rujean Emma Ayers
Exhorter
West Virginia
Bernie Roy Bailey
Ordained Bishop
North Carolina (Western)
Leroy F. Baldwin
Ordained Bishop
South Carolina
John Lambert Banks
Ordained Bishop
North Carolina (Western)
Marvin Ray Bard
Ordained Minister Pennsylvania
Robert Wayne Barnes
Ordained Bishop
Alabama
Sam Dennard Barnes
Exhorter
Georgia (North)
Leo Morris Barr Sr.
Exhorter
Florida (Tampa)
Fred Junior Bass
Ordained Minister North Carolina (Eastern)
David Henry Beatty
Ordained Bishop
Tennessee
Bobby Joe Beck
Ordained Minister South Carolina
José M. Benítez
Ordained Bishop
Northeastern Spanish
Sydney Benjamin
Ordained Bishop
Jamaica
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Jeff Benton
Ordained
Jerry Wayne Beshears
Ordained
William Mack Bevell
Ordained
Hubert George Bevill
Ordained
Hubert Perry Black
Ordained
Russell F. Black
Ordained
Ralph H. Blaylock
Ordained
Hector Dario Bloj
Ordained
Garold D. Boatwright
Ordained
Bobby Eugene Bohannon Ordained
A. C. Bradley Jr.
Exhorter
Lowell Archie Brannen
Ordained
Swanie Brayboy
Ordained
Buddy H. Brewer
Exhorter
Milford Eugene Brewster Exhorter
James E. Bridges Sr.
Ordained
James Harvey Briley
Ordained
Ronald E. Brock
Ordained
Merlin Barnes Brown
Ordained
William E. Brown
Ordained
Van Browning Jr.
Ordained
Waneda Diane Brownlow Ordained
James W. Bruce
Ordained
Arvel E. Burell
Ordained
Clarence Irvin Burris
Ordained
Wilma Joan Bussard
Exhorter
Clayton Roy Byrom
Ordained
Aaron Lamar Carithers
Exhorter
David L. Carlson
Ordained
George Douglas Carver
Ordained
Ronald Elmore Carver
Ordained
Ernest Howell Cary
Ordained
Frank Alphus Casey
Ordained
Leonard Castillo Sr.
Exhorter
Tae Hwa Cha
Ordained
Henry Isaac Chapman
Exhorter
Thomas E. Chenault
Ordained
David Eugene Christian
Ordained
Pedro R. Cintrón
Ordained
Charles Milton Lee Clark Exhorter
Orville W. Clark
Ordained
Paul Edward Clawson
Ordained
Ralph Monroe Clay
Ordained
Floyd Herman Cline
Ordained
Clarence Otis Clough Jr. Ordained
Lewis F. Coffey
Ordained
Larry Allen Coleman
Exhorter
Robert Thomas Coleman Ordained
Billy Sanford Colquitt Sr. Ordained
Daniel Elijah Combs
Ordained
Jackie Neal Combs
Exhorter
Philip Benjamin Combs
Ordained
Roy Lee Conner
Ordained
Jesse Goodwin Corbitt
Ordained
Wilfredo Corcino
Ordained
Jerry Levi Cornish
Ordained
Steven Anthony Corral
Exhorter
Florentino F. Cortéz Sr.
Ordained
Bobby Wayne Couch
Exhorter
Vernon E. Courtney
Ordained
William Layne Cox
Exhorter
Vernon O. Craig Jr.
Ordained
Don Cross
Ordained
Raymond E. Crowley
Ordained
Doris Cuevas
Ordained
Clark Shaffer Culp
Ordained
James Randall Culpepper Exhorter
Kohatha D. Culpepper
Exhorter
Joáo C. Figueiredo da Silva Exhorter
Joel Eugenio da Silva
Ordained
Robert Allen Dailey
Exhorter
Rex Earl Daniels
Ordained
R. Edward Davenport
Ordained
Ramón Dávila
Ordained
Claude William Davis
Ordained
Homer Almond Davis
Ordained
Robert N. Davis
Ordained
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Georgia (North)
Oklahoma
South Carolina
Florida (Tampa)
Florida (Tampa)
Indiana
Mississippi
Argentina (Northeast)
Florida (Tampa)
Texas
Tennessee
Tennessee
Virginia
Tennessee
Oregon
Georgia (North)
North Carolina (Eastern)
Pennsylvania
Georgia (North)
Illinois
West Virginia
Florida (Tampa)
Florida (Tampa)
Georgia (North)
North Carolina (Western)
North Carolina (Eastern)
Louisiana
South Carolina
Ohio
North Carolina (Western)
Georgia (North)
Virginia
Texas
New Mexico
California
Mississippi
Florida (Cocoa)
Alabama
Puerto Rico
Texas
Alabama
Maryland
North Carolina (Western)
Alabama
North Carolina (Western)
Virginia
South Carolina
Pennsylvania
Georgia (North)
California
Alabama
Florida (Tampa)
Georgia (North)
Georgia (South)
Puerto Rico
Bahamas, Turks Island
Arizona
Phillipines
Kentucky
Virginia
Georgia (South)
Virginia
Tennessee
Virginia
Southeastern Spanish
Pennsylvania
Alabama
Tennessee
Brazil
Brazil (Southeast)
Ohio
Florida (Tampa)
Georgia (North)
Southeastern Spanish
Alabama
Wyoming
Texas
Walter Leroy Davis
Ordained Bishop
Eileen H. Day-Gibson
Exhorter
Cardinal Denton
Ordained Bishop
Donald Dwight Dixon Jr. Ordained Bishop
Charles Robert Doty
Christian Education
Howard Drewitz
Ordained Bishop
Walter Stacy Dugger
Ordained Minister
Jiles Herbert Duncan
Ordained Bishop
John B. Durrah Jr.
Ordained Bishop
Perry Eugene Dyar
Ordained Minister
Donnie Ward Eagle
Ordained Bishop
Melvin J. Echols
Ordained Minister
Gloria Evadne Ellis
Ordained Minister
Archer G. Engle
Ordained Bishop
Claude Estol Evors
Ordained Bishop
Eduardo Pinto Faier
Exhorter
Howard Farmer Sr.
Ordained Bishop
Margaret P. Fegley
Ordained Minister
Gloria Mae Ferguson
Ordained Minister
Jacqueline S. Fields
Ordained Minister
Ernest Ford Jr.
Ordained Bishop
Rena Foster
Exhorter
James A. Franklin Jr.
Ordained Bishop
John C. Franklin Jr.
Ordained Bishop
James Earl Freeman
Ordained Bishop
Minnie Gammill Ordained Minister
Mark Garner
Christian Education
Janie L. Gaskins
Ordained Minister
R. Hollis Gause Jr.
Ordained Bishop
Donald E. Gerken
Ordained Bishop
Vada Louise Gilstrap
Exhorter
Carnel Lee Glass
Ordained Minister
Horace Burgess Glenn
Ordained Bishop
Gerry J. Golden
Exhorter
Rolando B. Gómez
Ordained Bishop
Lloyd H. Griffith
Ordained Bishop
Refugio Rodríguez GuzmánExhorter
Curtis Andrew Haislip
Ordained Bishop
Rick David Hamilton
Ordained Bishop
Arnold Braxton Hamm
Ordained Minister
Richard David Hammersla Ordained Bishop
Curtis E. Hammond
Ordained Bishop
Mary Hampton
Ordained Minister
Lafon Hardy
Ordained Bishop
Mildred Marcella Hardy
Exhorter
Jesse Boyd Harkins
Ordained Bishop
Carl Vernon Harper Sr.
Ordained Bishop
Charles C. Harrell Jr.
Exhorter
Arthur Irwin Harris
Exhorter
Roy Charles Harris
Ordained Bishop
James R. Harrison
Ordained Bishop
Jack L. Harvey
Ordained Bishop
Ransom Hayes
Ordained Minister
Billy Ray Hedgepath
Ordained Bishop
Wayne W. Heil
Ordained Bishop
Kenneth M. Hendrix Jr.
Exhorter
Harold Jack Henry
Ordained Bishop
Jonas Lee Hicks
Exhorter
John Willis Hill Jr.
Ordained Bishop
James R. Hockensmith
Ordained Bishop
Jesse Dale Holland
Ordained Bishop
Hannah T. Hollis
Ordained Minister
Kenneth Reed Houck
Ordained Bishop
Pansy House
Exhorter
Ross E. Howard
Ordained Bishop
Sherrod Bill Howell
Ordained Bishop
Caldwell Hudson
Ordained Bishop
Edwin Lewis Huggins
Ordained Bishop
Daniel Paul Hughes
Ordained Bishop
John W. Hughes Jr.
Ordained Bishop
John Nathaniel Humes
Ordained Bishop
Oleg Ivashtshenko
Exhorter
Thomas Rudolph Jacobs Ordained Bishop
Norma Jean Jarvis
Ordained Minister
Ernest Venmas Jenkins
Exhorter
Joel Jinkerson
Ordained Minister
Douglas M. Johnson
Ordained Bishop
Florida (Tampa)
Ohio
New Jersey
North Carolina (Eastern)
North Carolina (Western)
Florida (Tampa)
Indiana
South Carolina
South Carolina
South Carolina
Michigan
Alaska
Canada (Eastern)
Kentucky
Georgia (South)
Brazil (Southeast)
Kentucky
Pennsylvania
Virginia
South Carolina
Florida (Cocoa)
Mississippi
Florida (Tampa)
Alabama
Oklahoma
Mississippi
Alabama
Maryland
Tennessee
Washington
Texas
Alabama
Arizona
Georgia (North)
Northeast Spanish
West Virginia
Southwestern Spanish
North Carolina (Western)
Kentucky
North Carolina (Eastern)
Washington
Georgia (North)
Georgia (South)
South Carolina
Kentucky
Georgia (North)
Pennsylvania
North Carolina (Eastern)
Florida (Tampa)
Georgia (North)
Texas
Georgia (North)
North Carolina (Eastern)
Alabama
Indiana
Alabama
West Virginia
Tennessee
Texas
Alabama
Oklahoma
New Jersey
Florida (Tampa)
Indiana
Florida (Tampa)
Alabama
Florida (Cocoa)
South Carolina
Oklahoma
Florida (Tampa)
Bahamas
Ukraine
Alabama
North Carolina (Western)
Georgia (South)
Texas
South Carolina
George W. L. Johnson
Leland Hayes Johnson
Marcus A. Johnson
Preston Odene Johnson
June Baker Jones
Mitchell Vernon Jones Sr.
Raymond Howard Jones
Ralph Clayton Jump
James Hairl Kear
Dexter L. Keith
David Lee Kerns
George C. Kim
Donald Ray King
Horace Odell King
Charles R. Kingsland
Bobby Howard Kirk
Kenneth Kingsley Klaver
Roland Labonte
Charles LaFoy
Levi Lainhart
Perry Edward Lamey
Gene Anderson Land
Ronald A. Laro
Eskor Laughlin
Dorothy Marie Lee
Julian Ross LeRoy
Henry Dearl Lett
Paul Arthur Lewis
Tommy Raiford Lewis
Deborah K. Livingston
Numer Eugene Locklear
Melvin Junior Lonas
Gary Clarendon Long
Jerry David Love
Melvin Arnold Lowe Sr.
T. L. Lowery
Jeffrey D. Luther
Sidney Keffier Mabry Jr.
Francis Odell Mackey
Cecil L. Madison Jr.
Gene Julian Mangum
J. B. Mantooth
Donald Gene Martin
Roy Dale Martin
John B. Massey
Barney Louis McAlpine
Odell McBride
Leola McClain
William Bush McCue
Charles T. McDowell
Daniel Lee McEachin
Lonnie G. McIntyre
Claude Eugene McKay
Janice R. McKenzie
Rickman A. McLaren
John L. McPherson
P. H. McSwain
Lynda Elane Medley
Luis Mercado
Foy C. Mercer
Foreman C. Miles
Ernest C. Moates
Joe Edward Monroe
Cleveland Montague
Martha G. Montoya
Billy Wayne Moon
Roger Doss Moore
Guillermo Morales
David Lee Morgan
John Aaron Morgan
Wilson Morgan
Carroll D. Morris
David Wayne Morrison
David Mushegan
Kevin Lee Myers
Vicente Negrón M.
Helen Gertrude Newsome
FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016
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Maryland
Alabama
Virginia
Georgia (North)
Illinois
Georgia (North)
Tennessee
Ohio
West Virginia
California
Florida (Tampa)
North Carolina (Western)
California
Texas
North Carolina (Western)
Maine
South Carolina
Kentucky
Georgia (South)
South Carolina
Maryland
Florida (Tampa)
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Alabama
Virginia
North Carolina (Eastern)
Virginia
North Carolina (Eastern)
Tennessee
Alabama
South Carolina
Texas
Maryland
Pennsylvania
Missouri
Tennessee
Alabama
North Carolina (Eastern)
Michigan
Oklahoma
Tennessee
Tennessee
West Virginia
North Carolina (Western)
Tennessee
Florida (Tampa)
Alabama
Georgia-South
Alabama
Florida (Tampa)
Mississippi
Georgia (North)
Tennessee
South Carolina
Tennessee
Southeastern Spanish
North Carolina (Western)
Georgia (South)
South Carolina
Tennessee
Florida (Tampa)
North Carolina (Western)
Alabama
Pennsylvania
North Central Spanish
North Carolina (Eastern)
Tennessee
Indian Ministries
Illinois
Michigan
California
Alabama
Southwestern Spanish
North Carolina (Western)
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Earl C. Nichols
Jerry Lee Northam
John Newton Notter Sr.
Billie Sherman Nutter
Carl Eugene O’Dell Sr.
Nicolas Garcia Olivieri
Jack D. O’Mary
Walter Leon O’Neal
Osvaldo A. Orellana S.
Travis A. Ormsby Sr.
Bob J. Pack
Mina Beatrice Pack
Robert L. Parker
Phillip H. Patterson
William Paul
Bobbie Ray Perkins
Christopher Perumal
Oliver Lee Phillips
Edward Marvin Phipps
Maria Isamael Mir Picoli
Josué Abdías Pimentel L. R. Pinkard
Woodrow W. Pollard
Joel Polo
Tommy Porter
Cyril Pratt
Jewell Irene Pratt
James Alfred Proctor
Cleo L. Pursley
Mary B. Pyos
Jake C. Quilliams
Gerald Vivian Radway
J. D. Ramkissoon
Carlos A. Ramos
Hilda Esther Ramos
Miguel Ramos
H. W. Randleas
Lars Rolene Rasmussen
Rufus John Rathbun
Edgar Millard Raynor
James B. Reesor
Carroll W. Reid Sr.
Robert Charles Reyer
Johnny L. Rhymes
Girdley Richie
Earl Richo Sr.
Junior Lewis Riffe
Fredrick S. Rizzo
Evelyn J. Roach
Dorothy Marie Roberts
J. B. Roberts
Philemon G. Roberts
Cleveland Robinson
Jeremy Brooks Robinson
Leetha M. Robinson
Ronnie Dale Robison
Rubén Antonio Rodas M.
J. Frank Rollins
José Feliciano Romero
Jesse Philip Rouse
Joseph Cecil Rowe
Sergio Ruiz
Charles Monroe Rush
Marcus Sanders
William Hoyt Scoggins
Juanita Maxine Scott
Howard Morris Sellers
Aldaberto Sequeira
Clyde F. Shankle
Cleta Rae Sheffield
Vertis C. Shirley
Carl Lynn Sifford
Darrell B. Sinclair
Homer Sipple
Amos J. Skelton
William Paul Slocumb
Patricia Ann Smallwood
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Florida (Tampa)
Tennessee
Ohio
Southeastern Spanish
Missouri
Puerto Rico
Alaska
Missouri
Northwestern Spanish
North Carolina (Eastern)
Illinois
Kentucky
Oklahoma
California
Illinois
Michigan
South Africa
Georgia (North)
Virgin Islands
Brazil (Southern)
Southeastern Spanish
Tennessee
North Carolina (Eastern)
New York
Texas
New York
Indiana
Georgia (North)
Florida (Cocoa)
Alabama
Georgia (North)
England & Wales
North Carolina (Western)
Washington
Southeastern Spanish
Southeastern Spanish
Washington
Alabama
Mississippi
North Carolina (Eastern)
Florida (Tampa)
Maryland
Mississippi
Florida (Cocoa)
Tennessee
Florida (Cocoa)
West Virignia
Alabama
West Virginia
Georgia (South)
Kansas
Florida-Tampa
Ohio
Illinois
Alabama
Kentucky
Southwestern Spanish
South Carolina
Puerto Rico
Tennessee
Maryland
Argentina
Alabama
Kentucky
Georgia (North)
Ohio
Georgia (South)
Southeastern Spanish
Tennessee
Kentucky
Georgia (South)
Tennessee
West Virginia
West Virginia
North Georgia
Illinois
Georgia (North)
Anthony Quinnion Smith
Bobby Leroy Smith
Caroline June Smith
Dewey W. Smith
Gary Thomas Smith
David Lyle Snyder
Warren George Somers
Sharon Marcile Springer
Urbain St. Martin
Thomas E. Stafford Jr.
Raymond Wilber Stark
Gerald Ray Stewart
Evelyn C. Stillwagon
Billy Rex Stoker
Balcus Dee Stone
Kenneth Eugene Stoots
Paul T. Stover
Teuton Cambroke Stubbs
Sara Frances Studdard
Eleanor Sturdivant
Mark G. Summers
Margaret D. Tannehill
Bennett Marion Tanton
Robert Douglas Tate
Allen Taylor
James Earl Taylor Jr.
Pamela Golden Taylor
Juanita Hazel Thacker
Boyd Thomas
Orville H. Thomas
Floying W. Thompson Jr.
Harold B. Thompson Sr.
Alcides Torres
J. L. Touchstone
W. E. Tull
James Carl Turman
Burnett Wright Turner
Laud Oswald Vaught
Agustín A. Vega
Juanita Velgara
Marie Yolaine Vincent
Joffre Pascal Vivoni
Carlton James Walden
Charles Ellis Walker
Percival E. Wallace
Winford Walters Jr.
Ralph C. Warren
Walter Dwight Watkins
Virgil Weathers
Kenneth W. Weaver
Lawrence Weaver
Bobby L. West
Vance Hugh West Jr.
James T. White
Richard Arthur Wilcox
Charley Darris Wiles
Robert Clayton Wilhite
Johnny Marion Wilkins
Raymos Earl Willard
Doyle Lawton Williams
Elgin B. Williams
Horace Hoyt Williams
Milton T. Williams
George W. Wilson
Robert Allen Wilson
William Wesley Wilson
Dorothy Brown Winburn
William Tony Winkler
Clyde Richard Wofford
Vergil Eugene Wolf
Benjamin Lloyd Womack
Bobby Scott Woods
Jessie Rolin Woods
David Manuel Wright
James Doyle Wright
Donald Laverne Yates
Bernard Lange Young
FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016
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Florida (Tampa)
South Carolina
Pennsylvania
Alabama
North Carolina (Western)
Texas
Pennsylvania
Oklahoma
New York
Michigan
Kansas
California
Pennsylvania
Texas
North Carolina (Eastern)
Virginia
Georgia (North)
Bahamas
Alabama
Texas
Georgia (North)
Alabama
Georgia (South)
Pennsylvania
North Carolina (Western)
Mississippi
Alabama
Ohio
Tennessee
Tennessee
Kentucky
Tennessee
Northeastern Spanish
Mississippi
Delaware
Alabama
South Carolina
Tennessee
Puerto Rico
North Central Spanish
Pennsylvania
Florida (Tampa)
Florida (Tampa)
Mississippi
Florida (Cocoa)
Arkansas
Alabama
Ohio
Arkansas
California
Georgia (North)
North Carolina (Eastern)
Florida (Tampa)
South Carolina
West Virginia
Arkansas
Alabama
Georgia (North)
Mississippi
Florida (Tampa)
Georgia (North)
Pennsylvania
Florida (Tampa)
Florida (Tampa)
Tennessee
Kentucky
South Carolina
Tennessee
South Carolina
Ohio
Maryland
Texas
Missouri
Alabama
Kansas
Missouri
Georgia (North)
FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016
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