New Approaches to an Old Concept
THE SANITARIUM idea is definitely not outdated, although the term may be. This month's health section focuses on some of the current attempts being made by Adventist hospitals, medical groups, and individual practitioners in applying to modern medical practice the instruction the Lord has given to us concerning the sanitarium work. . .
Check Up On Your Church
There are guides to good hotels, good restaurants, and what have you. Now, according to Religious News Service, the Roman Catholics of London have published the Good Church Guide. . .
How to Meet Temptations
An address delivered to the Swiss Conference and European Missionary Council in Basel, Switzerland, Sept. 23, 1885.
How to Save Time in the Ministry (Part 1)
A MINISTER once polled his congregation through a questionnaire to discover how much time they felt he should be spending each week on various activities: sermon preparation, administration, counseling, committee and board meetings, church and prayer meetings, youth activities, pastoral visitation, shut-in visitation, and community activities. . .
Six Steps to a Successful Visitation Program
A SIMPLE and workable plan for visitation for Seventh-day Adventist pastors and evangelists is a must. Needless hours are often wasted prior to public evangelistic meetings in organizing the names that are hopefully interests, not to mention the loss of needed contact during the development of the interest. Also, the local pastors often labor under many self-styled types of visitation programs that are often of little help to the next pastor. In turn, the new pastor spends much time and labor setting up what seems to be a better organization. . .
It Is Time to Finish Our Work
THOMAS CARLYLE, the English essayist and historian, once attended a New Year's Eve party at a home in Northern England. Late in the evening he became bored with the trite, idle talk and quietly slipped out into the dark night and walked to the seashore. . .
He Delivers Them Out of Their Distresses
Editorial Note: This is a suggestive sermon outline to be used with the May 12 Disaster and Famine Relief Offering. . .
The Trespass Offering
EVERY offering was ordained to aid man's understanding of salvation. "God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have ever lasting life" (John 3:16). The offering of Christ our Saviour was the ultimate in offerings, swinging the gate of salvation wide open. All other offerings culminated in this one. . .
404 Trophies in Montego Bay
C. D. BROOKS, field secretary of the General Conference, was invited to conduct a series of meetings in Montego Bay, Jamaica, in connection with the Inter-American Division mammoth evangelistic thrust during the fiftieth year of the division's organization. . .