Articles by F. R. Isaac
Here at Boulder we have been trying to do what we can to make our workers and laity sanitarium-conscious, and to put the gospel into practice at home.
Experience here at our sanitarium demonstrates that when this fundamental truth is observed, men and women are convinced of the essentials of true living, and hearts are made ready for the reception of the third angel's message
The Boulder-Porter School of Nursing has launched out upon a program which we believe will prepare nurses for aggressive medical missionary work in our conferences and churches.
"Now, Elder Isaac, tell me, is my son, who died ten months ago, being tormented in hell? He was a good man, although not a member of a church. I want to know whether the torches of hell are turned upon him and whether he will burn forever?"
Elder Isaac not only serves as chaplain of the Porter Sanitarium but also teaches the classes in Bible and evangelism for student nurses. He is deeply interested in providing a very practical experience in soul winning for those in training. His pointers in the following outline are of special value for freshman nurses, but there is also valuable help in this outline for all who participate in cottage meetings and community Bible classes, as well as sanitarium Bible instructors who reach individual patients.—L.C.K
Thoughts on how to avoid spoiling a good sermon.