Neglect Not Thing Own Soul—No. 1
In the busy activities of life, and in the hurry and bustle of church affairs, there is danger that we as workers shall be robbed of that which is most essential to all spiritual life and ministry,—prayer and Bible study.
The Advent Movement and Darwin
The move from faith to skepticism in the early 19th century.
The Sustentation Plan in Operation
As a result of the careful study given to the situation, a plan was inaugurated whereby each conference would set aside a certain percentage of its tithe for the purpose of providing an amount sufficient to keep these aged men and their widows from suffering for the necessities of life.
Rome's Change on Infallibility
How would you answer the question, "Has the Roman Catholic Church changed its teachings?" Please cite incontrovertible facts.
Teaching Health Reform Successfully
As evangelists endeavoring to persuade people to accept our message as a whole, we find that one of the difficult things for new converts to see is the importance of a healthful diet.
Human Versus Divine Energy
It seems well-nigh impossible for some Christian workers to rid themselves of the notion that spiritual results may be obtained by methods merely material and intellectual.