M.A. Hollister

By M. A. HOLLISTER, General Conference Medical Department

Ministerial Responsibility Outlined

That sound health reform has a definite place in the work of the gospel ministry in presenting the third angel's message to the world, is definitely pointed out both in the Bible and in the Spirit of prophecy.

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Motive in Service

True are the words that "a thoroughgoing Christian draws his motives of action from his deep heart love for his Master."

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Battle Creek Medical Council

Our Medical Administrators' Council, held October 17-19, 1937, in the Battle Creek Sanitarium, prior to the Autumn Council, proved from several viewpoints to be a most profitable occasion.

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Time, An Irreplaceable Commodity

The value of little things.

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Diet's True Perspective

How do we regard arguments for "person liberty" with regard to health reform?

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The Better Workman

Improvement in Method and Technique

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Utilizing Our Ministerial Graduates

Our ministerial graduates are very naturally anxious for assured conference employ­ment, though the immediate future does not hold forth the promises of recent decades. However, we believe there are avenues of serv­ice and ways of work open to the consecrated individual.

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Laboring "Two and Two"

Is it not desirable to follow the plans the Spirit Himself has advised?

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