Make Full Proof of Thy Ministry"
Yes, we know that some evangelists use moving pictures as crowd getters; I have done it myself in times past. But evangelistic meetings are not in exactly the same category as prayer meetings.
IX.—Office and Work of the Holy Spirit
The monthly music column on musical excellence.
A Dorcas Federation was held on December 5 at the American Legion hall in Utica, New York.
Conscientious physical diagnosis should, and often does, lead to spiritual diagnosis.
Probably no greater compliment was ever paid a man than when it was said of Jesus, "The common people heard Him gladly." How can this be applied to the radio?
We need to catch a new pitch in our broadcasting plans for the future.
The first denominational radio workshop proved to be a true success.
On Sunday afternoon, February 6, 1949, some interesting remarks were made by Bishop Duane G. Hunt about the Sabbath in a Catholic-hour broadcast over our local Edmonton radio station CJCA.
There is danger that some of the younger workers of the Advent Movement will go "soft."
A new day has dawned for Adventist recognition and growth.
The monthly query column.
Written as a class project while attending the Seminary.
According to the divine pattern for Bible work, the Bible instructor is more than a home visitor. But there is also a definite work to be performed by the "gospel visitor," which is recognized by the Spirit of prophecy.
You seldom find a good Seventh-day Adventist who has the Coca-Cola habit; but, as a denomination, we might well analyze the advertising technique that sells 34,000,000 bottles of this beverage a day.
We have carefully examined the ten new lessons of the Twentieth-Century Bible Course entitled "Hope for the World."
In some localities tent meetings are practical and economical for holding public meetings, but great care should be taken to see that they are rightly conducted so as to represent the message we bear.
In Chicago the Illinois Conference has undertaken a unique evangelistic program.
This has been a progressive year in our college ministerial training program. A fresh impetus is being given to intensifying the practical approach in training our young men.