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April 1948

 

On Revealing Our Identity—No. 3

Continuing our look at how to approach public evangelism.

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Editorial Postscripts

From the Ministry back page.

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Union Evangelistic Centers

In the series of recommendations on evan­gelism voted at the recent Autumn Council, one suggestion is made which is new to a large part of the field, and reads as follows:

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In the Face of Great Obstacles

Our literature work is not just a method of missionary work. It is one of the few divinely revealed indispensable features of His program.

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Nurse's Avenues of Ministry

The apostle Paul in 1Corinthians 9:22 said, "I am made all things to all men, that I might by all means save some." A nurse should accept this challenge as her own, and broaden her many avenues of ministry.

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Patient Contacts at St. Helena

If a domestic worker faithfully does his or her duty, his silent witness, I am persuaded, is more effective than anything a minister can say di­rectly upon the subject of religion.

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Sanitarium's Place in the Community

Conclusion of a talk given at Workshop for direc­tors of nursing, Takoma Park, May, 1947.

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The ABC's of Press Relations

There is nothing esoteric about the prac­tice of successful press relations.

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The Problem of Protein Supplementation

This discussion is concerned chiefly with protein or amino acid evaluation, because this is the big problem of a lacto-ovo vege­tarian diet, and even more so of a strictly vege­tarian diet.

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A Physician-Evangelist Partnership

Relating the physical and the spiritual.

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Story of Ministerial Association—2

A look at the development of the Ministerial Association.

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Ellen G. White—The Human-Interest Story

The fourth part of our look at Ellen White considers her role as a writer.

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The Use of Art in Bible Work

How to incorporate art and keep it well done.

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The Worker's Study Life

In Gospel Workers we read: "The ministry is becoming enfeebled because men are as­suming the responsibility of preaching without gaining the needed preparation for this work." —Pages 94, 95.

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Bush Evangelism in Nyasaland

To reach these souls we will have to meet the requirements of the prophet Jeremiah: "I will send for many fishers, saith the Lord, and they shall fish them; and after will I send for many hunters, and they shall hunt them from every mountain, and from every hill, and out of the boles of the rocks." Jer. 16:16.

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Bahaism (Concluded)

Our continued look at the religion of Bahai.

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Church of the Lighted Lanterns

An allegory for your consideration.

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Relationship of Music and Evangelism

The monthly music column.

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Parable of a Stone for Bread

By CLARENCE E. STENBERG, Instructor in English, Campion Academy, Loveland, Colorado

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Have You Trained Them to Work?

As evangelists and pastors we have not completed our work of bringing peo­ple into the church until we have trained them to work for others in some way.

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