Articles by Louis K. Dickson
I do not believe that any one specified plan for such soul-winning work should be stressed above another.
Articles for inspiration, counsel, and caution.
A round table discussion on city evangelism.
The wise president, with the interests of the young people pulsating in his heart, will seek to know the youth
Those who are tempted to feel that the counsels of the Testimonies were good enough for the earlier leaders, but a bit behind the needs of the present hour, remind me of Carlyle.
Shall we insist on sixteen grades for applicants for ministerial work?
An inescapable challenge confronts the remnant church today.
The motivating spirit and implementing actions now stand out in bold relief
We must not be bumblers in this crisis hour.
The generation to whom we now go with the message of truth for this hour has undergone a tragic change in thought and mental attitude toward those great fundamentals which gripped the minds of their forebears.
Highlights from the last autumn council.
Timing, intelligence, courage, and dynamic forces.
The Week of Sacrifice and the Week of Prayer offerings are to be combined again into one offering this year.
When in the history of the Advent Movement has it been so easy to send our missionaries quickly to the ends of the earth, and extend to them adequate guidance, counsel, protection, support, and sympathy, as at the present hour?
Administration is just another name for leadership.
Leadership acceptable to God at this moment calls for something more than ability merely to keep the wheels of our great organization moving.
By way of suggestion, it might be well to give some study to the advisability of arranging for fourteen-grade ministerial graduates to have one year of internship before they go on and complete the sixteen-grade course in college.
A Personal Tribute to Its Beneficial Influence
To secure able men for the ministry is an object of transcendent, urgent, world-wide concern to the church of the advent movement.
John 17 and Christ's marching orders for the church.
Before we can achieve a greater unity of spirit, purpose, and power, we must ask and answer such questions as the following: Shall we return to Rome, to Athens, or to Jerusalem?
How making soul winning the business of the minister threatens the church.
The evangelist of the advent movement stands out in bold relief, distinct from all his forebears in this field of endeavor.
Beside other outstanding characteristics of Jesus' evangelism, one very important aspect cannot fail to arrest our attention. His evangelism exhibited perfect leadership in all its pristine beauty and glory
The youth problem of the church will be to a large degree answered when we as ministers discharge our full duty toward our young people.
If we are in earnest about finding the cause of depression within the church, we must look elsewhere than in reports of lowered tithe, lessened foreign mission offerings, or receding home missions finance, for there is a shortage that does not appear in the surveys of our activities.
The Sabbath school is a mighty evangelistic agency, a crowning phase of church organization.
Two demands are paramount today in the church as in the world; namely, the demand for leadership and the demand for "followership."
A round table discussion on efficient methods.