Articles by Theodore Carcich
Presentation at Illinois workers' meeting, submitted to THE MINISTRY by request of the workers present. These principles eventuated in an evangelistic effort in Chicago, with Elder Carcich as speaker and the Chicago ministers as supporting workers.
It is not very often that we get a chance to talk with you unordained men alone. I wish it were possible to sit down with each one and just chat to our hearts' content; but I do not have that opportunity. Hence this letter.
The Holy Spirit as the unique power of Christianity.
Communicating with others for God is an awesome responsibility.
Eleven suggestions for winning more people to Christ.
The response to President's Pierson's appeal for worldwide evangelism and revival.
The years of life loom ahead. Measured by the past they should bring their share of happiness, health, and success, along with a proportionate share of sorry, illness, and disappointment.
How does a false report and rumor start? And what can you do about it?
Conference held in Battle Creek, Michigan, August 10-13, 1964.
How our leader is leading the way in our new evangelistic efforts.
Our work to reach the Jews.
Ever try fishing? Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men
"He was a good man . . . and much people was added unto the Lord" (Acts 11:24).
The large number of apostasies which take place in our ranks each year should cause all of us to seek some method of reducing such losses.
How are we going to reach down inside of these people and awaken them to the fact that their only hope of happiness in this life and assurance of eternal life is to become acquainted with the Great Physician, who can heal their disease of body, soul, and spirit and through faith make them whole?
How should he be treated, and how should he be introduced?
Under the circumstances, what do we do? Shall we retreat and abandon the big cities because of their inherent complexities and challenges?
One compensation of obedience is the acquisition of spiritual truth and knowledge. Generally, knowledge is looked upon as belonging to the mind. This, of course, is true of certain factual knowledge as scientific experiment and theoretical truth. It is certainly not true of spiritual knowledge.
The author gives wise advise on giving advice
Adventists and Evangelism
NOWADAYS preaching is considered as a somewhat prosaic and outworn occupation. Everyone, even preachers, occasionally takes a crack at the sermon and the sermonizer and the seeming futility and unpopularity of preaching. . .
"Merely to sit and rest, dreaming only of past glories, is to invite a progressive paralysis that will eventually destroy."
Warning signals to watch for.
A message from a conference president to his workers.
What should guide us in plotting the future and directing God's work in all the world divisions?
Many seem to feel that because of dreaded irrelevance the preacher and his preaching belong in the same class as the whooping crane and the timber wolf.
God uses men to carry on His work on earth. Sacred history is replete with their leadership exploits. In every significant Biblical event there was a bold leader and a given task.
The prophetic clock marches on relentlessly.
The monthly shepherdess column.
WHAT does total evangelism mean? Certainly it means more than just programming evangelism on high denominational levels. It is relatively easy for experts to map strategy, but the success of any evangelistic thrust depends upon committed individuals in every strata of church organization. . .
What's wrong with a little gambling? Why, the same thing that is wrong with a little murder, a little larceny, a little lying, and a little adultery.
"Ye shall receive power" (Acts 1:8).
The personality traits that make ministers successful