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January 1943

 

Sanitarium Contacts and Influences

How are we to regard our sanitarium work?

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The Soul-Saving Church Choir

Mrs. Chester has been asked to write her convic­tion about the soul-saving choir because both she and her choir exemplify the principles here set forth.

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The Minister at Study

Ours is truly a most sacred work, calling for a deep spiritual experience based on a profound con­viction of duty, and with a background of thorough preparation.

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Editorial Postscripts

From the Ministry back page.

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A Time of Opportunity

The call of the nation is to action.

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Medical Missionary Course Values

The enemy of our souls is seeking in every possible way to lead men away from God. One of his most successful ways of accomplish­ing his task is to drag men down physically.

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The Pathology of Alcoholism

This presentation is restricted to a discussion of the visible effects of alcohol on hu­man tissues as seen at post-mortem examina­tions.

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Medical Work in Colombia and Venezuela

From our monthly medical missionary column.

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Editorial Keynotes

Bible Workers Renamed "Bible Instructors"

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Effective Contacts Among Non-Adventists

A Survey of Mission Problems, Methods, and Relationships

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The Place of Public Evangelism No. 1

There are many today, not of our faith, who are sens­ing the fact that the home has been recreant to its trust.

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Babel Voices on Evangelism

There seems to be a definite shift of emphasis in this critical hour.

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Unique Openings for Bible Work

Present-day conditions have brought a new em­phasis to the whole question of religious education for children in public schools. As revealed in this article Miss Zeelau has seized an opportunity which fitted into a Lutheran community.

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Relation of Radio to the Message

The radio has been rightly styled the "air arm of the message." It seeks to co-operate in the execution of a God-given commission which requires the message of Revelation 14 to be heard in every corner of this old world.

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The Greater Bible Work—No. IX

Part nine of our series.

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Radio Technique and Procedure

A dozen commonly asked questions answered.

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The Roman Pontifex Maximus

I. Pontifical History in Brief

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The Minister and Historical Materials

All who would fully utilize the present and all who hope to make their future profitable, dare not neglect giving attention to the past.

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