Checking Our Losses

One of the most alarming facts that we face as a denomination is the large number of apostasies we have in comparison with our baptisms.

By H. E. LYSINGER, President, Carolina Conference

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By H. E. LYSINGER, President, Carolina Conference

July 1937

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