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Jul-Aug 2012 Newsletter

The African Report Newsletter: Jerry V. Hogg, 462 Amanda Circle, Knoxville, TN 37922 Email: jvhogg@charter.net July-August 2012 Sponsored by: Sunset Church of Christ, Sunset International Bible Institute, 3723 34th Street, Lubbock, TX 79410 WINTER’S WINDY WEATHER Never in my life have I been so cold! Some days I thought maybe our 27 June flight had landed us on the Antarctica continent instead of the tip of Africa! Without space heaters and electric under-blankets, we would have been most miserable. There are several broken and cracked windows in this ol’ house under the chestnut tree that need replacing (a job for warmer weather), and the wind came whistling through. We pulled heavy drapes over the windows, closed off as many doors as we could to shut out the wind, but still felt the cold blasts! SNOW IN SOUTH AFRICA

SIBI Reception at Harding Lectureship

Alumni Breakfast During the Harding lectureship, Truitt Adair, president of Sunset International Bible Institute, along with Kay, will be honored with the Harding Distinguished Service Award. They will be receiving the award during the keynote speech on Monday, October 1, at 11:00 a.m. in the Administration Auditorium. To give you the opportunity to personally congratulate and speak with Truitt and Kay, we are hosting a breakfast reception. It will be held on Tuesday morning from 7:30-8:30 a.m. in the Regions Room (206) in the Heritage Banquet Center.
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July 2012 Monthly Letter

Jerry & Ann Hogg P. O. Box 11165 * Rynfield 1514 Benoni, Republic of South Africa Email: jvhogg@charter.net * Cell: 011-791-9735 July 31, 2012 Dear Brethren: Time is marching on. Our stay in South Africa is about half gone. Teaching and preaching has occupied our days. We trust it has been of help to others. At least, that's what many tell me at the end of each lesson. It looks like we'll be able to stay until October as planned. Lots of things are scheduled before that date. I'll be flying to Malawi in September at the invitation of the sponsors in Indiana, to teach for a week there. It will be good to visit that work once again, and to see how things are progressing. Then, of course, the annual Southern Africa Bible College Lectureship comes at the end of September. Ann and I are already receiving lessons from the speakers. She has begun her editing/formatting process.

May-Jun 2012 African Newsletter

The African Report Newsletter: Jerry V. Hogg, 462 Amanda Circle, Knoxville, TN 37922 Email: jvhogg@charter.net May-Jun 2012 Sponsored by: Sunset Church of Christ, Sunset International Bible Institute, 3723 34th Street, Lubbock, TX 79410 CATCHING UP! Time has a way of passing us by, if we don’t grab hold of opportunities and do things in a timely fashion. With all that occurred in the States with Joey’s surgeries and traveling to raise funds every weekend, reports got lost in the shuffle trying to take care of everything. Consequently, it was somewhat surprising to see that our newsletters had been overlooked since we came out to South Africa in February. Now, we must play catch-up. As I have written a monthly letter telling folks about Joey and his tumors, I honestly thought the newsletters were done, also. They weren’t. Monthly letters are sent to regular supporters, and to anyone who gives funds during that period of time, whereas newsletters are sent to everybody on our mailing list, over 1300 to folks from about every state in the Union and emailed to many in the States as well as in South Africa.

Jun 2012 Monthly Ltr

Jerry & Ann Hogg P. O. Box 11165 * Rynfield 1514 Benoni, Republic of South Africa email: jvhogg@charter.net * Cell: 011-791-9735 June 30, 2012 Dear Brethren: Again, we hear South Africa calling! After having gone thru 2 surgeries to partially remove 2 cysts and implant drainage tubes in our grandson Joey's mouth, and with me travelling every weekend raising funds, we were more than ready to board that plane in Knoxville and head to Wash. DC for our connecting flight back home to SA again. This time, we hope to stay until the middle of October with no interruptions. Al & Donna Horne were the first familiar faces we saw as we came through Customs on Wednesday night, the 27th of June. Actually, they were there to meet and pick up a young couple that their supporting church (Memorial) is also sponsoring, heading for Blantyre, Malawi to work in an orphanage. Theo Rappard, one of SABC's teachers, had driven our van out to collect us and all our luggage this time. The trip seems to get longer each time, but we all fared pretty well, and got some sleep.

Memorial - Eugene Cardinal, 1967

Friends, Just received word from his daughter that Eugene Cardinal (’67) passed away in Phoenix, where he had lived and ministered for many years. Eugene was inexplicably nicknamed “Shorty” (even though he was over 6 feet tall) and he was known by that name by all who were at SSOP during his tenure. Kay and I lived next door to the Cardinals for a time while we were fellow students and we ministered across town from each other for the 10 years we were in Phoenix. There are fewer and fewer of us around from the ‘60’s decade of the school! Truitt

June BICA newsletter

Attached is the June newsletter for the Biblical Institute of Central America.

June Updates

Jerry & Ann Hogg 462 Amanda Circle * Knoxville, TN 37922 Phone: 865-777-1768 * Cell: 865-809-4603 Email: jvhogg@charter.net June 7, 2012 Dear Ones: At this time, we are still in the States, but plan to return to Africa by the end of June. We are working with our travel agent to finalize the date of June 26th. Unfortunately, this being the high season for travel, the cost for our tickets is much higher. I have tried to get that lowered, but there is only one slightly lower-cost date, 26th of June, and I cannot get 75D seating at that time. My agent said that’s the only date with a reduced price. We have sufficient funds and have paid for the tickets, but need to replace it.

The African Report

HERE AND NOW It seems only yesterday that the November through January issue of The African Report was mailed, and now it is time once again to write all our supporters, past and present. We left the States on February 27th, with plans to stay until October in South Africa this year. Sad to say, that was not to be! Sometimes, there are things that come up one doesn’t know about in advance. If known, we certainly would have made different plans. I’ll explain later. AT HOME IN AFRICA Just as we were getting settled in our home-away-from-home in the upstairs flat at SABC, work was being completed on the old house on campus, the one under the chestnut tree, for our use. I had decided I just couldn’t climb those stairs any more, and since Ann had developed a pinched nerve in her back that affected her hip, knee and right foot and made her limp along, she didn’t object.

Jerry and Ann Hogg Report

Jerry & Ann Hogg 462 Amanda Circle * Knoxville, TN 37922 Phone: 865-777-1768 * Cell: 865-809-4603 Email: jvhogg@charter. Net March 31, 2012 Dear Brethren:

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