When President Nixon went to the summit at the Kremlin, we sent along our managing editor, David E. Kucharsky. His extended report appears in this issue. We think our readers will find in it some information and interpretation not made available by the other newsmen who accompanied the President.
During Billy Graham’s week-long visit to Ireland recently, we had our British representative, J. D. Douglas, cover the scene. We expect to publish his report shortly. The purpose of the trip was to promote healing in that troubled land through the Gospel.
By the time this issue arrives in readers’ homes I will have attended Explo ’72, the vision of Bill Bright, one of my former students. My own daughter Nancy and her husband Dan Sharp have joined the Campus Crusade staff as missionaries. Dan and Nancy are Wheaton College graduates, and Dan has a master’s degree in music from Drake. He hopes to use his musical talents in evangelism, looking forward perhaps to seminary training and the ministry later on.
We rejoice in the reports of large numbers of people who are finding Christ as Saviour; there are evidences of a special moving of the Spirit of God. We may yet see another great awakening in the Americas and around the world before Jesus comes again.1
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