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Fream Donald Maxine 1958 Jamaica

Fream Donald Maxine 1958 Jamaica

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3
FREAM S
JAMAICA
NEV/SLETTE
R t-
January,
1958
Once
each
year,
we
like
toattend
a
 hanging.
That
is
the
day
we
take
dovm
theold
calendar,
all
scribbled
up
with
notes,
dates,
reminders,
etc.
and
hangupa
brand
new
calendar,
all
its
days
fresh
and
bright.
For
a
full
minute,
we
just
stand
there
ad
miring
it
then
immediatelybegin
witing
appoint
ments
 ll
ov r
 t
I
Here
are
afew
 scribbles
on
recent
dates
(aside
from
the
regularly
scheduled
services
of
the
church.)
*Dec,
16th.
The
Seminarybuilding
is
getting
a face
lifting
-
theoutside
-v/allsbeingwhitev/ashed,and
the
inside
vjalls
painteci.
Itis
beginning
to
look
nice
and
new
again.
*Dec.l9th.FredandVickieHintz,with
two
children,
arrive
in
^Jamaica.(Theyhave
already
founda
place
to
rent
in
I^fendevillo,
 but
are
still
staying
withus
until
their
goods
arrive
by
boat.
,There
are
twenty
feet
under
the
table
at
eachmeal-a
Dig
lam
y,
-butloads
of
fun
i)
*Dec.
22nd.
 Macky s birthday,
 buy
gift)
and
her
children s
classes
are
presenting
a
program
at
the
church.
*Dec.
25,Deliver
baskets
offood
to
widows.
Young
people s
program
at
church.
*DeG.
10th,Begin
week
ofvacationBibleSchool
for
children.
^•
(Harry
Hill
didmostof
the
planningandwork,withhelpfromthe
regular
Sunday
schoolteachers,^
l^kixine
toldflannel-graph
stones
;_,eachday.Attendanceup
to
BO.l
*Dec.
31st.
Calldoctor.Threechildren
down
\d.ththe
 flu.
Watch
nightservices
at
the
church
 til
after
midnight.
*Jan.5th.Setalarm
for
5a.m.Earlybaptism
at
BoiseContent.
Afternoon
trip
to
Faith s
Penchurch.
(Fruitless?
services
rained
out;
*Jan.758,9th.
Men s
Institute
at
Seminary.
 33
men
from
sixteen
churches
attended.
Cots
were
furnished
andmeals
served kiamiachi
Clinic
style.
One
of
main
subjects
discussed
was
the
problem
01
marriage.
Just
aroundour
present
locality,
personal
workersgoing
fromdoor
to
doorfound
eight
out
of
tenfamilies
outside
the
church
because
theyare
living
in
concubinage
2
EBrw
7Tr?i?arf
i--
t/
:
*Jan.
7th,
The
Seminary
opened
for
another
term
with
five
new
i
students
enrolled.
Only
nightclasses
arc
being
held
this
term,
 .so
the
students
can
hold
jobs
during
the
day
in
Kingston,
Frecland
I
are
doing
the
teaching.
Pray
for
us,
and
these
youngmen.
In
ChriTst
s
service
Mac:
You
can
use
some
o
th s
news
notes
i
you
will.
This
letter
only
goes
to
a
fev7
dozen
contributors
during
the
current
month,
so
not
many
see
it.Donald
Froam
X
 
io
jlK
I^i
 ^arohW^
NOTES
FROM
JAMAICA
nr. nnT^
,,IP^-.nnrv,
 ^
During
December
the
building
of
Jamaica
Bible
Seminary
was
completely
redecorated
inside
and
out.
.
.On
December
19th
Fred
and
Mrs.
Vickie
Hintz.
with
two
children arrived
in
Jamaica
and
have
settled
in
M^eville
^^t^t s
 andevl ^
.
Up
to
8
children
attended
a
week
of
VB3
beginning
December
30.Harry
Hill
did
most
of
the
planning
andwork
with
help
from
the
regular
Bibleschool
teachers.
Mrs
Maxine
Fream
told
flannelgraph
stories
each
day.
Thirty three
men
from
16
churches
attended
the
January
7 9
Men s
Institute
at
the
Seminary.
.
.The
Seminary
opened
for
a
new
January
7th
with
Donald
Fream
and
Fred
Hihtz
teaching
only
night
classes
are
bfting
held
so
slnlidents
may
hold
Jobs
inKingston
during
the
daytime.
Address
is
Half
Way
Tree
Box
10 Jamaica
British
West
Indies.
 
JAMAICA
CHRISTIAN
VOLUME
8
MARCH,
1958
NUMBER
1
J M IC N
CHURCHES
 UILD
Review
For
1957
Looking
backover
1957 s
activities,accomplishments,
andfailures,
we
thank
God
for
the
good
that
has
been
done,
pray
to
learn
from
our
mistakes,
take
courage
andpress
on.
For
an
over-all
view
of
the
churches
duringtheyear,
our
figur eson
addi
tions
are
incomplete,
since
a
numberof
the
churcheshavenot
reported
theiractivities
regularly
to
the
local
paper,
 The
Jamaica
Christian.
A
Totalof
337
additions
have
been
reported
by
twenty-fivechurches
for
the
year.
Com
pleted
reports
are
expectedto
put
the
number
between
400
and
500.
PREACHERS
Out
of
theforty-five
churches,
the
pictureisvariedofcourse.
 any
churches
aregrowingand
advancing
in
avery
satisfactory
way,while
othersare
weakandstruggling.The
churches
that
are
growing
are
without
exception
those
that
have
goodleadership.
Here
again,thefunctionoftheBibleSemin-
ai-yintrainingleadershipisforcefully
A.
B.
C.
Livingston,Minister
of
Braeton,
exhorts
a
watclilngaudience
as
he
pre
paresto
baptize
a
young
Indian.
H.i..
1I
SI
BuildingRises
for
theBraeton
Churchseen;
for
seventeen
of
the
forty-five
churches
are
beingservedbySeminary
tiuineu
men,
although
some
are
on
part-
time
basis.Several
ofthe
older self
trained ministers
are
alsodoing
excel
lent
jobs,
and
may
be
even
a
little
ahead
in
the
matter
of
self-sufficiencyand
independance.
CONSTRUCTION
Construction
oneleven
church
build
ings
is
stillunderway
at
this
writing,
and
twenty
-
five
churches
are
now
housed
in
completedbuildings.
The
re
mainder
are
stillin
 booths
of
bamboo
or
stick.Of
thesethirty-six
buildings,nineteen
are
of
mauland
cement,which
are
not
too
satisfactory
and
will
even
tually
have
tobereplaced.
Sixbuildings
are
ofsteel-reinforced
concrete
block,
six
of
pouredconcrete,
two
of
cut
stone,
two
of
wood,
and
one
smallbuilding
of
brick.
Of
these
types
of
construction,the
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