Articles by Archa O. Dart
This article is taken from No. 3 of a new series of twelve leaflets entitled the Christian Home Series, published by the Educational Department of the General Conference. They are available through your Book and Bible House.
The work of the minister is to make people happy, not sad; to strengthen the home, not weaken it; to encourage children to have greater love and respect for their parents, not less.
Wouldn't it be wonderful we had no financial problems at all in the home or in the church? Why do we have to be burdened continually with this extra load?
The strength of the church is determined by the strength of the home. The pastor as shepherd of the flock will lead his people in a way that will assure them happy, successful homes.
Before choosing a life companion both the man and the woman should ask themselves all ten of these fundamental questions...
The basic fundamentals of marriage counseling for Ministers.
The minister who budgets his time can be a true husband and father to his family and still not neglect his church responsibilities.
The church that cares for the orphans of the believers and of the community will have a rich award.
To assist the busy pastor in his endeavor to train parents, the Home and Parent Education section of the Department of Education is dedicated. Perhaps a review of the objectives and the work of this section will enable a minister to know where to turn whenever he desires help in this field.
The other day a pastor came to me and asked, "What can I do with the children in my church?
The most productive field in which any evangelist can work is with the children of the church and the next most productive territory is the children of the neighborhood.
A MINISTER'S HOME influences more people than his pulpit. A good family is of inestimable value to the minister.