Articles by M.V., Campbell
The launching of any plan intended to extend the work of God in the earth is, I am sure, of interest to every Seventh-day Adventist worker.
The value of the district plan of organization in a conference depends in great measure upon the type of organization used, and upon how it is used.
In the series of recommendations on evangelism voted at the recent Autumn Council, one suggestion is made which is new to a large part of the field, and reads as follows:
Read if your church is static.
The Theme for the Assembly of the World Council of Churches Other Voices Augment Swelling Advent Chorus (Part II) (March 1953)
What Influences Lead to Decision? The Theme for the Assembly of the World Council of Churches Other Voices Augment Swelling Advent Chorus (Part II)
Loyalty to the state and loyalty to the church.
Devotional Given at the Autumn Council
In order to be certain that each new Sabbath keeper receives a uniform course of training, we have prepared, and for the past four years have been using and one page is devoted to each person who starts to keep the Sabbath.
With the depressed financial status of the world, it is hard to compare monetary results accurately, but it has been clearly demonstrated that the new members have proved a financial asset to us as a conference and to our world-wide work.