Wilfred L. Winget

Wilfred L. Winget was a poet residing in Wollaston, Massachusetts, in the 1970s.

From Herald of Holiness - January 1, 1975.

Works by this author

Language: English

Herald of Holiness - December 27, 1961

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Gideon B. (Gideon Brooks) Williamson
E. Wayne Stahl
Wilfred L. Winget
F. Franklyn Wise
Katherine Bevis
Freeman A. Brunson
Eric E. Jorden
Clyde Golliher
Grace V. Watkins
A tall evergreen tree covered in snow.
Evangelism First: 1960-1964; "Wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow" (Psams 51:7).

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Herald of Holiness - January 1, 1975

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Eugene L. Stowe
Robert W. Mann
Nina Walter
Wilfred L. Winget
Fred Elsasser
Jerry McCant
Judy Flowers
Frank G. Carver
Kathryn Blackburn Peck
Theodore W. Willingham
C. Dale German
Ruth A. Cameron
Wauneta Moraine
Pauline E. Spray
C. William Fisher
Laurel E. Yoder
Laura Mae Douglass
Elaine Baker
A collage of clock faces in under red, amber, teal, and pink gels.

02 Where Night and Day Come Together by General Superintendent Eugene L. Stowe
03 Roller Derby Christianity by R.W. Mann
04 Prayer at Year's End by Nina Willis Walter
04 Day of Possibility by Wilfred L. Winget
05 Put God in your Detail Bag by Fred Elasser
06 Holes in My Soles by Jerry W. McCant
07 All But the Heart by Judy Flowers
08 When Jesus Said, "Good-bye" by Frank G. Carver
09 He Leads by Kathryn Blackburn Peck
10 I Cannot Go Back by T. W. Willingham
11 Grandmom Was Love by C. Dale German

English
Type: 
Complete magazine