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December 1967

 

Pointer's

By the Ministry staff.

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Preacher's Progress

The monthly column by Ron Runyon.

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Shepherdess: Who do we Think She is?

On the ideal minister's wife.

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What Adventists Have Taught on ARMAGEDDON and the KING of the NORTH (Part II)

A continuing look at the historical views held in our church.

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"Knowledge Puffs Up, But Love Builds Up"

The monthly know thyself column.

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It is Written in Australia

It is estimated that 80 percent of the population of Australia have at one time or another since 1964 been able to tune in to It Is Written.

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Have We Inspired Information on the Age of the Earth?

This subject has been a topic of discussion among many of our loyal believers. Therefore, we feel this article by F. L. Marsh deserves your careful study.--Editors

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The Grief Period and Its Application to Counseling

An understanding of the nature and duration of grief is a good counseling tool.

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The Ministry in an Era of Expertise

Here is a stimulating article of a little dif-ferent nature. Although it may not be in every respect the thinking of all on the subject, it is, nevertheless, thought provoking.

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Ford V-8 Evangelism

We must constantly be improving our methods of communication.

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Church Finance

A few brief thoughts in relation to church financing that I have discovered through the years make for a successful financial program.

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Evangelism--Is it too Expensive?

Testing the truth of this controversial claim.

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A Continuing Call for Revival and Evangelism

A year after the call the need still persists.

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Radio and Television

God-given means for the task

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Your Church can Experience Revival

"A revival of true godliness among us is the greatest and most urgent of all our needs. To seek this should be our first work."—ELLEN G. WHITE, in Review and Herald, March 22, 1887.

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