Alton Hacker

Alton Hacker was a poet from Santa Ana, California, in the 1980s.

From Herald of Holiness - March 1, 1987.

Works by this author

Language: English

Herald of Holiness - December 1, 1984

William E. McCumber
William M. Greathouse
John W. May
Michael Christensen
Galen D. Wilcox
A. Brent Cobb
Viola Jacobson Berg
Kenneth Vogt
Eric E. Wiggin
Alton Hacker
Howard Culbertson
Leita Twyeffort
Gary Skagerberg
Connie Unknown
Marion K Rich
Evelyn Stenbock Ditty
Sue Prentice
William Goodman
David W. Restrick
A bible juxtaposed over a globe.

IN THIS ISSUE:
2 Immanuel – The God of Compassion, General Superintendent: William M. Greathouse
3 The Greatest Commandment of All, John W. May
4 Letters
5 “You Did It to Me”, Michael J. Christensen
6 Publish or Perish, Galen D. Wilcox
8 God’s Book is Alive, A. Brent Cobb
9 His Book (a Poem), Viola Jacobson Berg
9 The Terrible Burden of Submission, Kenneth Vogt
10 Margaret’s Choice, Eric E. Wiggin
11 A Prayer for My Tongue (a Poem), Alton Hacker
12 Escaping Golden Claws, Howard Culbertson

English
Type: 
Complete magazine

Herald of Holiness - March 1, 1987

William E. McCumber
John A. Knight
C. Neil Strait
Alton Hacker
Robert E. Maner
Mervel A. Lunn
Steven Doerr
David F. Nixon
Alice Hansche Mortenson
Nina Beegle
Mary K. Hughes
Roy Stults
Glen L. Van Dyne
Carole L. Spengler
Connie Unknown
A stained glass window of Jesus praying.
Thanks! See page 34.

IN THIS ISSUE:
2 The Lenten Season and Revival, General Superintendent: John A. Knight
3 The Cost of Neglect, C. Neil Strait
3 Keep Me Tuned – A Prayer, Alton Hacker
4 Letters
5 The Dirty Dozen, Robert E. Maner
6 A Tribute to M. A. “Bud” Lunn, Board of General Superintendents
7 Tributes to “Bud”
9 Losing the Focus, Steven Doerr
10 Do Something with your Hands, David F. Nixon
11 O Kindle a Love, Alice Hansche Mortenson
11 Chaplains and Changed Lives, Nina E. Beegle
12 40 is just Beginning, Mary K. Hughes

English
Type: 
Complete magazine

Herald of Holiness - May 1, 1983

William E. McCumber
Orville Jenkins
Board of General Superintendents
Alton Hacker
Virginia A. Copling
Kenneth Sullivan
Crane Delbert Bennett
Phyllis L. Barkey
Linda K. Mowery
Ross Hayslip
Kathleen D. Bailey
John A. Wright
Roy Austin
Reva Boggs
Gene Van Note
C. Neil Strait
Larry Leonard
H. Ray Dunning
Evelyn Stenbock Ditty
Jamie Mroposki
A family standing from smallest to tallest: son, daughter, son, mom, and dad.
National Family Week May 1-7

IN THIS ISSUE:
2 A Fitting Tribute to Motherhood, General Superintendent: Orville W. Jenkins
3 Proclamation, Board of General Superintendents
4 Letters
5 Are You Easy to Live With?, Alton Hacker
5 The Gentle Thoughts (Poem), Virginia A. Copling
6 “See You Later, Mom!”, Kenneth E. Sullivan
7 A Good Land, Crane Delbert Bennett
8 Spurs, Phyllis L. Barkey
9 Watershed (Poem), Linda Kay Mowery
9 A Great Enemy, Ross W. Hayslip
10 Sibling Rivalry, Kathleen D. Bailey
11 Where Is God?, John A. Wright

English
Type: 
Complete magazine