STEPPING through the foam of the shore-break on the beach at Kovalam in South India, I looked to my right and saw about a hundred men struggling with something in the surf. What was it? Divided into two groups, they were hauling in an extremely long seine net. . .
A LEADING Methodist Church official in Indiana declared a year or so ago that the Methodist Church in North America needed about three thousand new ministers every year, but that only a little more than a thousand were leaving the seminaries each year to take positions in the church, and that out of this number some six hundred asked for clerical jobs or some sort of work that did not entail preaching. Hundreds of churches every year must go without pastors, and the number is increasing daily. . .
FOR many years the personal appearance of the Voice of Prophecy team has been a dream in the hearts of more than 210,000 Seventh-day Adventist believers in the Far Eastern Division. In the months of October, November, and December, 1968, the dream became a reality. . .
FAITH FOR TODAY'S station coverage stands at an all-time high—280 stations in North America and nine overseas countries (Bermuda, Guam, Korea, Liberia, Nigeria, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, Trinidad, and the Virgin Islands). They feature Faith for Today with its weekly gospel message. Types of programming include interview feature, song program, illustrated sermon, travelogue, and true-to-life situations. . .
WHEN the year 1968 slipped into eternity religious and political writers began to reflect on a year that brought heart break and sorrow on both the home front and the international scene. Editors and authors analyzed the Vietnam war and the Nigerian situation. . .
ONE very compact way of viewing our topic is to see it as having three distinct divisions: media, mass, and methods. But before analyzing these aspects of the whole, let's make certain that we have a general working- definition of the subject. . .
THE fact that God is, is one of the basic assumptions on which the Bible is written. It is the first premise of all Jewish and Christian theology. In the Scriptures "no argument is entered into to prove the existence of God: Instead, His existence is affirmed as a fact to be believed.". . .