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History of the CHOG in Hardin, Montana, 1949


Scope and Contents

Letter describes a group of German CHOG persons that emigrated from Gackie, North Dakota to Hardin, Montana in 1934. Gottleib Arbeiter was called to pray for a church member that had been struck with pneumonia but he could not come because of the distance (~750 miles away). He instead encourages them to call for A.J. Stuart and Bro. Forbes, both of who are closer. Prayer for the sick brother brought healing instantly.


  • Creation: 1949



1 Sheets

Language of Materials

From the Series: English

Repository Details

Part of the Anderson University and Church of God Archives Repository

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Anderson IN 46012 United States