For sometime I have been studying the follow-up methods and results of our radio and correspondence school interests, and at long last feel that some observations can be made.
From the Ministry back page.
For those interested in the history of the Sabbath-Sunday controversy, here is an item from the article "Vespers," by Desmond A. Schmal, S. J., which appeared in The Catholic Mind (Jesuit) of December, 1946.
I have been told by someone who claims to be in a position to know, that during the later years of Mrs. White's life she departed from the vegetarian dietary she recommended, and occasionally ate meat, especially chicken. Is this true?
Devotional Study, Autumn Council, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1946.
Temperance is a commonly misused word. How should we understand it?
How this work came about.
The question of how to preserve the health is one of primary importance.
How fitting and pleasing it is to a patient for the doctor to say, "You were healed by divine intervention.
The large visual aid illustrating the ten commandment law is in itself an impressive-symbol of the declaration of Revelation 14:12: "Here are they that keep the commandments of God.
There is no visual aid which I use more frequently than the Ten Commandments, painted in large letters on plywood, resembling two tables of stone.
A work such as we are carrying forward in Boston through the Welfare Mission gives the church membership constant opportunity to exercise that altruism and charity which are such a vital part of true Christianity.
This is to continue our discussion of sermon reporting as featured last month.
The addition of many new members resulting from an evangelistic campaign always brings a thrilling stimulus to the church membership as a whole.
The midweek prayer meeting is too often just another service attended only by those who feel it their duty to be present, but not because of any interest in the service.
"Surely the Lord is in this place; and I knew it not."
A symposium in three parts.
At the San Francisco General Conference of 1941, two new secretaries were added to the headquarters Ministerial Association staff.
A look at the far-reaching influence of music on our lives.
Fourth number in series on student seminar objectives.