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August 1985

 

Editorial: Conflict and perspective

How many times have I counseled a friend to remember that there are always two sides to a dispute? And how many times have I been sure that my side was the only right side?

 

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Shepherdess: Team Ministry

The author shares how team ministry has worked in her family, pointing out that it is a two-way street. She notes that societal changes require some changes in the concept, but some things remain constant.

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Apocalyptic firelights

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Tips on teaching new hymns

If you've ever found yourself singing a solo as you tried to get the congregation to sing a new song, you'II welcome these suggestions for getting everyone involved.

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How to use the new hymnal

Our new Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal is fresh off the press, and brimming with good music, new and old. You will find many new features in it. This article will help you get more value from each page of the hymnal.

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Financing the building program

If you're planning a building project soon, you're probably wondering just how to work out the finances.

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Preacher-teacher collaboration

In many churches the church school requires a major portion of the overall budget, yet its work is viewed as separate from the church itself. Is there a more effective way to unite the work of church and school in soul saving?

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And furthermore...

Our June issue featured their differing views (under pseudonyms) on Christ's human nature. Now you can read their responses to each other's articles and discover their identities!

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Launch out into the deep

Harvest '90 is the new theme for world evangelism. This article will inspire and challenge your thinking as the author zeros in on the key element in soul winning.

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Grow a strong church

Is preaching without teaching enough? Or is teaching without preaching enough? If you re among the majority of pastors, who spend nearly as much time concerned with the church's janitorial services as with its educational work, we challenge you to rethink your priorities.

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