Here in Washington, as elsewhere, a few November days gave us a chilly foretaste of winter as the temperature dipped below 40°. Our “missionary kids” from the Congo and Nigeria shivered at the bus stop, and our native African buttoned up her overcoat and tried to think warm. But our hardy general manger was still wearing his summer jacket; he hails from Minnesota, and his problem is the Washington summer.
We are delighted to note that Wheaton College has honored evangelist Billy Graham (who is a member of our board) by naming one of its programs the Billy Graham Graduate Program in Communications.
Our former co-editor Frank E. Gaebelein and his wife, Dorothy, are celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversary this month.
My book, The World, the Flesh and the Devil, is off the press at long last, delayed by printing and paper problems. Readers who want copies can obtain them at local religious bookstores or order them directly from our book-publishing branch, Canon Press.
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