A look at the statements of the last Autumn Council.
Water in the Bible is emblematic of the Holy Spirit.
Making a distinction between clean and unclean animals, insofar as using their flesh for food is concerned, has long been a well-known practice among Jews. It has a place, too, among the beliefs of Seventh-day Adventists.
A reader asks: "Is it disrespectful to use You instead of Thee and Thou when addressing the Lord in prayer?"
If there were no pastor, if the sheep were left without shepherds as they were in Jesus' time, the helpless people would be harassed and ultimately destroyed.
Our people need to be visited, but every visit should have a purpose.
Were we to attempt to catalog all the possible "little foxes"—pitfalls of the twentieth-century minister—we would indeed end up with one or more volumes of considerable proportions. So I shall limit my remarks to a few of the exteriors of a minister's life which can and do often trip him up...
From August 5 to September 2, 1967, seventy workers and students participated in the first field school of public evangelism to be held in the Korean Union.
"The one great cure for any ills in a church is evangelism."
More than perhaps any other group of workers, church pastors or district ministers are on their own when it comes to the administering of their days. . .