Ruth Ellis Hoeckle

Ruth Ellis Hoeckle was a writer and lecturer at Point Lome Nazarene College in San Diego, California, in the 1980s.

From Herald of Holiness - August 15, 1985.

Works by this author

Language: English

Herald of Holiness - August 15, 1985

William E. McCumber
Charles Strickland
Charlotte Elmore
Raymond W. Hurn
Karen Lea
S.C. Stevenson, Jr.
Steve Cooley
Ivan Beals
Marilyn Turner
Philip Manson
Ethelyn A. Shattuck
Ruth Ellis Hoeckle
M. J. Still
Alice Hansche Mortenson
Frank Eifert
John A. Wright
Evelyn Stenbock Ditty
Jann Salutz
A red and yellow sunset silhouetting tall evergreen trees.

2 The Long View, General Superintendent: Charles H. Strickland
3 A Church Reborn, Charlotte Elmore
4 Letters
5 The Church that Wouldn’t Die, General Superintendent: Raymond W. Hurn
7 Your Day, Lord (a Poem), Karen Lea
8 A Worldly-Minded Church, S. C. Stevenson, Jr.
9 Nazarene Roots: The Gospel Wagon, Steve Cooley
10 God Wants Our Full Obedience, Ivan A. Beals
11 “Because You Gave…”, Marilyn Turner
12 Love, the Silent Communicator, Phillip Manson
13 My Secret Choir (a Poem), Ethelyn A. Shattuck

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Herald of Holiness - June 15, 1983

William E. McCumber
V. H. Lewis
Helen F. Rothwell
Bruce E. Oldham
Ralph A. Mickel
Kay Gibbs Bradley
June Wetzel
Steve Cooley
Ralph L. Moulton
William Walter DeBolt
John B. Bryan
Stephen G. Green
Jack M. Scharn
David L. McCracken
Lowell H. Hall
Ruth Ellis Hoeckle
William Goodman
Neil Wiseman
Edward F. Cox
James A. Mapes
A cityscape of Oaxtepec, Mexico with a large hexadome.
Oaxtepec, Mexico 1983 World Youth Congress See Page 5

2 Motivation, General Superintendent: V. H. Lewis
3 A Faithful Layman, Helen F. Rothwell
4 Letters
5 World Youth Congress ’83 – Accompáñame a Mexico!, Bruce Oldham
6 You Act Like Your Father, Ralph A. Mickel
8 A Modern-Day Job, Kay Gibbs Bradley
9 Metamorphosis (Poem), June Wetzel
9 Nazarene Roots: At an Altar in Pennsylvania, February 4, 1894; Steve Cooley
10 “Dad, Say Something!”, Ralph L. Moulton
11 Trust (Poem), William Walter DeBolt
11 “It’s in Your Pocket!”, John B. Bryan

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