"Thou hast given a banner to them that fear thee, that it may be displayed because of truth." — (Psalm 60:4)
"Lift ye up a banner upon the high mountain, exalt the voice unto them." — (Isaiah 13:2)
Devoted To The Defense Of The Church Against All Errors And Innovations
Vol.VII No.I Pg.4b
Septermber 1944

The Church In Salem Oregon

The church of Christ, which formerly met for worship in the Moose Hall, corner south 12th and Leslie street, Salem, Oregon, has recently purchased the meeting place known as the Madison street Tabernacle, located on the corner of Madison and Baker streets, and just two blocks east of Highway 99. When in Salem visit the church of Christ, at this location.

-L. L. Freeman, 105 Park Avenue.

The Work In Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Church at 56th Street and Warrington Avenue announces that James P. Miller is leaving on the last Lord's day in June. His place is to be filled by Elza Huffard of Lincoln Park, Michigan, who will take up the work in what is known by the Brotherhood as the great northern field, and carry on in the same aggressive manner.

Brother Miller was the first full-time evangelist the Church at Philadelphia had. He came to Philadelphia four years ago, and by his earnest, hard work in "selling the field" to all the Churches of Christ in America, some strong congregations sent their best preachers and money to assist. Through radio and evangelistic preaching within a radius of fifty miles, new congregations have been established at Wilmington, Delaware, and Wilkes-Barre and West Chester, Pennsylvania, and there has been a revival of the work among the colored brethren in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The Church in Philadelphia is anxious to continue the same type of work. We feel that Brother Huffard will preach the same gospel message.

Thomas J. Patton A. H. Drinkwater Elders.