Articles by H. Reese Jenkins
Evangelists are always on the lookout for something that will attract the public to their meetings.
RECENTLY I overheard an Adventist attorney tell one of his clients, "You would be surprised how many ministers come to me to have their wills drawn up and tell me, 'Make it out so my wife will get everything when I die, and then give it to my children.' " The attorney then added these words, "I haven't felt it was my responsibility to tell the ministers that they ought to leave something to the church. . .