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February 1980

 

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Shepherdess: Just Three Words

"I love you" can be said in a multitude of ways, but it had better be said or something dies.

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Faith and the Flood

Is the Genesis Flood Important to Christian Belief? This author definitely feels that it is and tells why he thinks so.

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Directing People to Help

The wise pastor knows he is not capable of meeting every need of every person.

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Dame Kathleen

A great Biblical archeologist is gone, but her influence continues to contribute to the discipline she loved.

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Response to an Open Letter

The president of the General Conference replies to the editor's December editorial.

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Harvest Time

Annual Council action urges emphasis on evangelism.

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Annual Council Highlights

A review of those actions that have special interest for pastors.

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How the E.G. White Books were Written—5

This concluding article of the series features a statement in 1933 by D. E. Robinson, who for many years was a secretary for Mrs. White and on the staff of the White Publications. Based on his personal experience, observation, and documentary research, Elder Robinson describes the work done by himself and others in working with Mrs. White to prepare her works for publication. ——Editors

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The Future of the Adventist Ministry

Maintaining the faith during last-day crises will be a function of men of the Word who relate the deep things of God to the needs and concerns of their flock.

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Every Member a Minister? From Theology to Church Reality

The typical church member does not identify himself as a minister or know how to fulfill ministry in his daily life.

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Every Member a Minister? From Baptism to a Theological Base

Jesus' own baptism is the prototype of every believer's baptism. One of the implications of that fact is the concept that at baptism the Christian is equipped for the work of ministry.

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