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John Halford, Editor of Christian Odyssey Magazine

John Halford

John Halford, Editor of Christian Odyssey Magazine

John Halford, editor of Christian Odyssey, talks about his experiences in the church, visiting more than 100 nations, and making good use of the retirement phase of life.

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John Halford passed away on October, 21st 2014 after a battle with cancer. His impact on our denomination was vast as he worked across many different capacities up until his passing. For those who knew him, his memory will live long in their lives and his example will live even longer. Please take a moment to watch this video (recorded in 2010) to hear a brief dialogue from an interesting life.

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How Beethoven Helped Me Understand the Bible

How Beethoven Helped Me Understand the Bible

Like most people, I enjoy Beethoven’s symphonies. Or to be strictly honest, like most people I enjoy parts of Beethoven’s symphonies. Like the opening movement of his Fifth, sections of the Sixth and of course the famous chorale movement of the Ninth. But again, being strictly honest, I find much of the rest rather boring. 

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John Halford
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Changing Seasons

John Halford

Changing Seasons

Long time GCI member, John Halford, gives us a unique perspective on retirement and "Growing Old Gracefully.”

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What Happens When We Die?

A funeral is never easy, but this one was going to be particularly difficult. Janet seemed to be a successful, attractive person with a lively sense of humor. Then her life fell apart.

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John Halford
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The Empty Tomb—What’s in It for You?

We don’t know precisely when. We are not sure exactly where. But early one morning nearly 2000 years ago, something happened in Jerusalem that affects the life of every human being who has ever lived.

Jesus, a carpenter from Nazareth, had been arrested, condemned and crucified. As he died, he entrusted himself to his heavenly Father and his Holy Spirit. Then, his battered corpse had lain in a tomb carved out of solid rock, sealed by a heavy stone rolled across the entrance.

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John Halford and Joseph Tkach
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Approaching the Light

world's largest silicon detectorGod, the blessed and only Ruler, the King of kings and Lord of lords, who alone is immortal and who lives in unapproachable light, whom no one has seen or can see. 1 Timothy 6:15-16

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John Halford on The Planetarium

John Halford

John Halford on The Planetarium

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Whose Hope? What Future?

They call it “going viral.” Almost overnight a video, a news item, or perhaps a piece of music rockets from relative obscurity to universal recognition. It happened with Pachelbel’s Canon in D Major. He wrote it about 1680, but it lay forgotten for three centuries. Then, in about 1980, it began appearing everywhere—advertisements, background music to movies and TV series, and as an entrance march at weddings.

Scriptures can be like that, too. Like this one:

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John Halford
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