IN THE interest of the consumer the Federal Government is requiring manufacturers and producers to label their products. Food processors especially must tell the people what is in the package. Vitamins, minerals, calories, fat, and minimum daily requirements are what nutrition-minded homemakers are conscious of. Some even want to know whether it was organically grown. . .
The church must be willing to pay the price if it is to have success in
soul winning. But the price involves more than dollars and cents. It
costs blood, sweat, and tears. There are no shortcuts, no easy,
painless methods of saving souls. Even God Himself found evangelism to
be expensive, but decided it was worth the price. Can we do less?
C. E. Bradford, North American Division leader, talks about the Caring Church Action Strategy, a comprehensive new plan for reaching the entire division territory with the gospel of Jesus Christ and the news of His coming. This will happen, he says, when we care enough about people in our communities.
In commemoration of what happened in Minneapolis in 1888 the North American Division will hold its year-end meeting there from October 30 to November 5 of this year. Ministry editor J. Robert Spangler interviewed Charles Bradford about the meeting's significance.