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February 1948

 

Editorial Postscripts

From the Ministry back page.

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Is Your Congregation Comfortable?

The mannerisms of a minister can put a congregation on edge and make people feel un­comfortable.

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Season With Salt—Not Pepper

Gracious speech will not be overseasoned with verbal condiments.

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Associate Youth With Experience

To become a skilled workman in an ordinary trade, one is required to spend a stip­ulated amount of time as an apprentice. The apprenticeship is the essential part of the train­ing given, and determines the value of the workman's labor and the demand made for his services.

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The Yoga System of Philosophy

It may prove profitable to acquaint ourselves with the Yoga system of philosophy.

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"They Must Increase"-No. 2

Part two of our look at the world-wide psychological revolution as it relates to China.

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Fuller Memorial Sanitarium.

The Fuller Memorial Sanitarium was established in June, 1937, as a result of a gift from the late George S. and Mary Fuller Es­tate to the Seventh-day Adventist Layman's Benevolent Association of New England.

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Sabbath Evening at Loma Linda

In this eventful age youth are urged to prepare, prepare, prepare. At no other time in the history of our denomination have condi­tions been so favorable for this preparation.

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Medical and Evangelistic Work

The conclusion to this two-part series.

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Health Reform and Character Development

In the treatment of the sick, as well as in the maintenance of good health, a firsthand knowledge of health principles is essential. Add to this knowledge a generous portion of good sense, and you are well equipped.

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Echoes From Kansas City Council on Evangelism

The 1946 Fall Council the General Con­ference Executive Committee was author­ized to call a special group together to study the question of how to organize our church program in order to make opportunity for more soul-winning evangelism. That com­mittee, or commission, met last October in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Greater Evangelism Keynote of Autumn Council

The striking words of the General Confer­ence president, in his opening address at Grand Rapids, Michigan, made all aware that the 1947 Fall Council promised something out of the ordinary.

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Rural and Small City Efforts

The command to us today is to go out with a compelling message, not only in the highways but also in the by­ways.

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A Frank Discussion on Revealing Our Identity

On evangelistic objectives and techniques.

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Music in the Smaller Church

We often read articles telling what song leaders do to make their song services at­tractive and inspirational, and these articles are very helpful. I am a young church organist with some training and Adventist musical back­ground. In this short article I should like to discuss music in the smaller churches, from the ordinary church member's viewpoint.

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Music and the Communion Service

For a number of years this has been the rule at our church, with marked effect on the regu­lar worshipers, and visitors have thought it worthy of description in the pages of THE MINISTRY.

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Some Causes of Alcoholism

Part II of our look at the effects of drinking alcoholic beverages.

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The Preacher's Multiplication' Table

Recently appointed superintendent of the Mexican Union Mission.

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Ellen G. White—The Human-Interest Story

Part two--a look at Mrs. White as homemaker.

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In the Face of Great Obstacles

Devotional sermon, Autumn Council, Grand Rap­ids, Michigan, November, 1947.

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  Echoes From Kansas City Council on Evangelism

 

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