Mae Bahan

Mae E. Bahan was married to William a pastor in the Church of the Nazarene. They served all across Canada. They raised four children, Richard, Dell, Lorilee, and Tea.

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Language: English

Herald of Holiness - March 12, 1975

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
C. Neil Strait
Edward Lawlor
Mae Bahan
Alice Hansche Mortenson
Stephen J. Rieder
Mary E. Latham
Bill Nielson
C. William Fisher
Donald W. Hall
D. Bruce Lockerbie
Milo L. Arnold
James Dobson
Albert J. Lown
Ross Hayslip
Robert L. Sawyer
Aarlie J. Hull
Lora Lee Dunkin
A sunset montage in red and black, black and white, and sky blue.
The King is Coming, a poem by C. Neil Strait

01 The King is Coming by C. Neil Strait
02 Rejoice - "The Lord is At Hand" by General Superintendent Edward Lawlor
03 You Can't Tell Me There Isn't a God by Mae Bahan
04 For the Little While I'm Here by Alice Hansche Mortenson
04 Gemstones By Stephen J. Rieder
05 I'm Glad You Told Me by Mary E. Latham
06 Lessons from Cana by Bill Nielson
08 Day of Decision by C. William Fisher
09 Principles of Identity and Integration by Don W. Hall
10 Sometimes You Can See Better by D. Bruce Lockerbie

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