Articles by John Ford
A stenographically reported address on the effectiveness of radio, given before the North American Presidents' Council, October 27, 1935, just preceding the Louisville Autumn Council.
The temporary wooden tabernacle has proved a very successful auditorium in which to hold evangelistic meetings.
The first and chief requisite for successful evangelism is constant contact with the Holy Spirit, and a willingness to be led by Him. The second requisite for success is to believe what you preach.
A sample program.
As we have used broadcasting for several years in our evangelistic campaigns, our experience has given me some definite convictions relative to the value of the radio in this work.
Who can compute the mystic power of music? Who can measure the influence it exerts for weal or woe?
A round table discussion on efficient methods.
A round table on efficient methods.