Nell June McCall

Nell June McCall was a poet residing in Wichita Falls, Texas, in the 1970s.

From Herald of Holiness - February 13, 1974.

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Language: English

Herald of Holiness - February 13, 1974

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
V. H. Lewis
Roger E. Bowman
Nell June McCall
Jean Leathers Phillips
J. Grant, Jr. Swank
Clarence Jacobs
Milo L. Arnold
Lyle P. Flinner
C. William Fisher
Shirlene Braswell
J. V. Wilbanks
Neil Hightower
Louis A. Bouck
E. Drell Allen
Aarlie J. Hull
Pauline E. Spray
The sun shining over the horizon.
"People are like the sunshine--many-colored. We are red, yellow, gold, brown, black, and white. Color culture often separate one group from anouth, but in Christ we are brothers.

02 Your Heart Shall Live Forever by General Superintendent V.H. Lewis
03 True Soul Brothers by Roger E. Bowman
04 Your Thoguths are Showing by Neil June McCall
04 Memory by Jean Leathers Phillips
05 Is That What Hell's Like? by J. Grant Swank, Jr.
06 Personal Evangelism in the City by Clarence Jacobs
08 The Burden of the Moral by Milo L. Arnold
09 No Closed Doors to Truth by Lyle P. Flinner
10 The Bridge is Love... Across the Color Gap by C. William Fisher
11 Faith by Shirlene Braswell

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