The Challenge Comes, the Trumpet Sounds

Author: Carlton C. Buck

Born: Au­gust 31, 1907, Salina, Kansas. Died: Feb­ru­a­ry 13, 1999, Eu­gene, Or­e­gon. Buck at­tend­ed Bi­ola In­sti­tute, La Mi­ra­da, Cal­i­for­nia; Whit­tier Col­lege, Los An­ge­les, Cal­i­for­nia; the Los An­ge­les Bi­ble Sem­in­ary (BSM 1946); and San Ga­bri­el Col­lege (MA 1950). Or­dained in 1934, he pas­tored at the First Chris­tian Church in Ar­ling­ton, Cal­i­for­nia, for five years, at three other church­es in Cal­i­for­nia, then at the First Chris­tian Church in Eu­gene, Or­e­gon, from 1960 un­til he re­tired. His works in­clude: At the Lord’s Trea­su­ry At the Lord’s Ta­ble Communion Thoughts and Pray­ers Devotion Time Verse Quiet Time Verse… Go to person page >

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First Line: The challenge comes, the trumpet sounds
Title: The Challenge Comes, the Trumpet Sounds
Author: Carlton C. Buck (1907)
Language: English
Notes: Text only.
Copyright: © 1966 The Hymn Society of America



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