Imparting A World Vision

Imparting A World VisionImparting A World Vision—No. 1

Address at Blue Ridge Educational Convention, August, 1937.

By L. H. CHRISTIAN, Vice-President of the General Conference


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By L. H. CHRISTIAN, Vice-President of the General Conference

January 1938

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