WE HEAR a lot about consolidation in our church today. Many express the thought that they do not want to consolidate with this or that. But the Lord wants to consolidate with us. The Lord wants to unite with us. Yet He does not force us. Only with God can we consolidate the differences. . .
MIAMI wasn't supposed to be easy and it wasn't; but the Lord blessed in spite of human expectations. To describe our experience is simple the Lord took over. To go beyond that is like trying to tell a love story that will never end. . .
THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE persons were baptized at the end of a seven-week crusade held during last May and June in the Georgetown Seventh-day Adventist church in Guyana. It was demonstrated that large crusades can be successfully held in our church buildings. . .
ACCORDING to the Church Manual, "In the absence of a pastor, not only is the local elder the spiritual leader of the church, but he is responsible for fostering all branches and departments of the work. The Sabbath school work, the Missionary Volunteer work, the missionary activities of the church, the interests of the church school, and every other line of activity should receive his attention, his advice, and his encouragement. . .
ALAN WALKER, a city minister, writes: No apologies, please, for the Christian gospel. Tell it. Tell it on the mountains, tell it on the plains, tell it in the cities. Tell it, wherever people are found. Tell to the whole wide world that Jesus Christ is Saviour and Lord. . .
MISSION '72 is now upon us. This monumental project is a determined effort by the whole church to reach every home in North America with God's last message. It is the most massive sowing and reaping evangelistic endeavor yet conducted by the remnant church, and we are all eagerly looking forward to a bountiful and joyous ingathering of precious souls as the meetings begin on March 4. . .