Gideons International


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Gid′eons Interna′tional


n.
an interdenominational lay society organized in 1899 to place Bibles in hotel rooms. Formerly, Gid′eon Soci`ety.
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Memorials may be made to American Diabetes Association or Gideons International.
I have before me a copy of The Gideons International Bible, where the story of the visit between cousins Mary and Elizabeth are related in Luke 1:39-56.
He served the Valley churches as a preacher until his health failed and was a dedicated member of Gideons International, an organisation which distributes Bibles in schools, hospitals and other public places.
Family flowers only by request, donations if desired to either the Stroke Association or Gideons International c/o Penybont Funeral Services, Meadow St., Bridgend.
The Gideons International is an association dedicated to telling people about Jesus.
Gideons International are holding a coffee morning in The Well on Saturday, April 21 from 10am-noon.
They were also leading members of para spiritual organisations such as Gideons International, the Haggai Institute and Child Evangelism Fellowship.
McPeak began his work in the automotive market research community and, at the helm of Sightline, has overseen market research for the Tennessee Titans, Duracell, Gideons International and Zillow, among others.
Visitors to the Town Hall have included Mr and Mrs Monkcom, from Gideons International, who kindly presented me with a Bible; Merseyside Special School Forum, who held an exhibition for myself and the Mayors of other boroughs to show their recent work; the Rotary Club of Cannock, with guests, the President of the Rotary Club of Brie-Pontault, in France, and the President of Bad Kreuznach, in Germany; and Barry and Alison Cave, to thank him for his years of service as Chair of the Magistrates' Bench.
In addition Koons volunteers with Gideons International as the Faith Fund chairman.
The address was given by John Blamires of Gideons International who spoke about the work of the Gideons worldwide.
These policemen, whose authority to represent the state is symbolized by their uniforms, showed preference for Christian religions (particularly Gideons International's Protestant denomination) when they distributed their Bibles.