Articles by Paul H. Eldridge
The very nature of radio broadcasting makes possible a type of religious program which is not often heard, and yet is peculiarly suited to Seventh-day Adventist belief and doctrine.
In the field of religious radio programs, there is one promising feature which has not as yet received much attention.
A most unique opportunity in the history of missions.
The gospel message goes to new regions.
Where do I stand in the eyes of the people around me?
A new effort to provide additional training for field workers was undertaken in Indonesia during 1963.
The time has come to finish giving the gospel to the world, and God has opened the windows of heaven so it can be done.
The value of the airplane in mission work.
Thinking back over many years of committee work, I find that one particular type of individual has often captured my unhappy attention. It is the person who feels compelled to comment on every subject. Uninhibited by lack of knowledge and experience, he is an instant reactor. And his ideas are often as far out as they are fluently expressed. When he asks for the floor, the stifled feelings of exasperation around the room are almost audible. . .
About forty-five minutes after leaving Pusan, Korea, our jet liner began its approach to the airport in Fukuoka, Japan. Soon we entered ugly-looking clouds, which even at twenty thousand feet seemed almost solid. Descending sharply with lowered wing flaps producing the same kind of sensation as a bus braking on a steep hill, our plane made a number of turns, first one way and then another. With absolutely nothing visible through the clouds, I found myself getting tense. . .
WHEN Paul wrote his first letter to the church in Corinth, he included among his words of greeting this unique expression: "The testimony of Christ was confirmed in you.". . .
A PREACHER is many things: counselor, teacher, fund raiser, church administrator, spiritual trouble shooter. He must be a man of integrity, impeccable personal habits, untarnished reputation, friendliness, and total dedication. He must feel a divine call to the ministry and stand as God's instrument of salvation to men. "Who is sufficient for these things?" (2 Cor. 2:16).
Editorial Note: This is a suggestive sermon outline to be used with the May 12 Disaster and Famine Relief Offering. . .