Henry W. Stroman

Henry W. Stroman was chaplain at the Arkansas Children's Colony at Conway, Arkansas, and was a member of the Conway Church of the Nazarene in the 1980s. He also served as a chaplain for the U.S. Navy.

From Herald of Holiness - July 1, 1981 & May 13, 1959.

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Language: English

Herald of Holiness - July 1, 1981

William E. McCumber
William M. Greathouse
C. Neil Strait
Sue Prentice
Christina "Chris" Grauman
William L. Poteet
Henry W. Stroman
Ruth Gibson
Jorge de Barros
Mary Lou McClung
Carlos H. Sparks
Thomas W. Klewin
James F. Sorrell
Gordon Chilvers
Alton Hacker
Virginia A. Copling
Randal Earl Denny
Pauline E. Spray
Dana M. Walling
Arlene Swain
Michael E. Grimshaw
Children playing on a fenced in playground with a church in the background.
Children's Day, July 12

IN THIS ISSUE:
2 Holiness and Happiness, General Superintendent: William M. Greathouse
3 The Joy of Discovery!, C. Neil Strait
4 Letters
5 Your House Is Cleaner Than Ours, Sue Prentice
5 Leave and Believe (a poem), Chris Grauman
6 Fences, William L. Poteet
7 The Handicapped Are God's Children Too, Henry W. Stroman
8 There's Just Something About a Baby That Causes Change, Ruth Gibson
9 The Lost Shepherd, Jorge de Barros
10 Commit, Trust, and Rest, Mary Lou McClung
11 Love Is Positive, Carlos H. Sparks

English
Type: 
Complete magazine

Herald of Holiness - May 13, 1959

Stephen S. White
Gideon B. (Gideon Brooks) Williamson
D. I. (Daniel I.) Vanderpool
Hugh C. Benner
L. Wayne Sears
Jessie W. Finks
Henry W. Stroman
F. W. Davis
James P. McGraw
Perry Christiansen
Enola Chamberlain
Monna Gay
Bertha Munro
First page of the Herald.

01 Christian Unity by General Superintendent Williamson

02 Home Mission Dollar ... by General Superintendent Vanderpool

English
Type: 
Complete magazine