II. The Custody of the Ellen G. White Writings
As was pointed out last month, there are at the "Elmshaven" office practically all of the extant Ellen G. White writings, published and unpublished. In the light of this fact, these questions naturally come to the mind: Did Mrs. White, before her death, plan for the future care and use of these writings? If so, to whom were they entrusted?
Statistical Report Highlights
The seventy-second annual Statistical Report of the denomination shows that the membership of the 7,818 churches now stands at 404,509.
Approaching Foreigners and Laboring for them—No. 1
The basic principle in all missionary work is love.
To speak of our religious beliefs as "the truth" may cause some to wonder it we regard ourselves the only custodians of "truth." Would not modesty dictate a different form of speech?
Our Relation to Our Youth
Wide-Awake, consecrated workers will not overlook the importance of giving themselves in unselfish service in behalf of our youth.
Pagan Week, Day of the Sun, and Calendar*--No. 1
In the ancient pagan concept of the universe, the fixed center was supposed to be the earth, about which revolved Saturn (farthest), Jupiter, Mars, the sun, Venus, Mercury, and the moon (nearest).