The Power of an Informed Ministry
What we read is important, but how we read is more important.
A Daily and Weekly Program
If we are to discuss the value of our program we may with profit reflect first whether we have a program at all, or what kind of program we should have.
Meeting Changed Conditions—No. 2
The more difficult it becomes to draw a large audience to the evangelistic meetings, the more important it is to have in hand a large list of interested people prior to the first meeting, as a result of adequate preparation of the field.
Prophetic Illustration (Concluded)
Every man on an evangelistic team has an essential part in making the program successful.
The Pastor and His Youth
There are three avenues through which the child may be guided from babyhood on to manhood; namely, the home, the school, and the church.
Training Local Singing Evangelists
Since it is often inadvisable or impossible for the conference to furnish a song leader to each worker who is holding evangelistic services, the training of such assistants in the local churches becomes of extreme importance.
Contacting Non-S. D. A. Ministers
I want to share with you some experiences that will illustrate the value and primary importance of our health literature as an entering wedge.