Articles by Winton H. Beaven
Talk presented at Midwestern Radio Workshop at Saint Louis in May.
Since the news and activities of the 1954 General Conference session were well publicized and reported in our various denominational journals last year, this important event is not reviewed in this article.
How are your techniques?
Meeting the changing standards and needs of educations.
A look at the characteristics and different kind of alcoholics.
One of a series of chapel talks given at Potomac University while Dr. Beaven was dean of the School of Graduate Studies.
Commencement address given in Sligo church June 4, 1959.
THE GOSPEL commission found in Matthew 28 has always been taken seriously by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Its efforts to evangelize the world, and in particular to make the world aware of the coming of Jesus, as taught in the three angels' messages of Revelation, have been met with increasing success in many quarters of the earth. In 1973 for the first time, more than 200,000 people were brought into the church. . .
A FUNNY thing happened on the way to Utopia; somewhere be tween 1950 and 1970 the great American melting pot broke. Whether it was the wars and their residues, the growth of knowledge, the shrinking of the globe, the loss of belief in the American dream, all of these and many more who knows? But the dream was shattered, and to a degree is gone. . .
What makes an alcoholic an alcoholic? Scientists do not always know, but recent well-documented studies are beginning to provide the answers.
Burnout is becoming common in the ministry because of added stress. But it is a wholly preventable and curable problem. Ministers and administrators need to work together to prevent it.
Dealing with stress and burnout in caring professions