Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
This talk, given at the morning worship hour during the 1956 Spring Council, seems particularly appropriate for this special issue on pastoral work.
An address delivered at the Potomac Conference workers' meeting, Takoma Park church, March 20, 1956.—EDITOR.
What qualities distinguish the better pastor-counselor?
God's plan for the confession and remission of sin is wonderful. But does this amount to setting up confessionals?
Why study words?
Pastors are admonished to "preach the word"
Study of the processes of counseling can aid the city pastor to a more effective work for Christ.
Pastors must never lose sight of their true responsibility.
For the Christian to act in his own strength is to court disaster; the anxieties and tensions of life are never as great as they are to the Christian who chooses not to abide in Christ.
As we continue this brief series on our approaches to those of differing faiths among Protestants, let us keep in mind the 1956 Book Club selection, A Guide to the Religions of America.