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Articles by Louise C. Kleuser

'They Are They Which Testify" (April 1947)

Church leaders must continue to study how to direct the restlessness of modern youth into profitable Sab­bath activity.

"Quiet Resting Places" (August 1947)

Do you need to get away?

"Run, Speak to This Young Man" (April 1959)

There is always a great urgency on the part of the church to lead young people to Christ, for all too soon the golden opportunities of youth pass away.

"She Hath Wrought a Good Work" (January 1960)

A eulogy Ena Alger Ferguson, a teacher and Bi­ble instructor of rare ability.

"Where Can I Find a Bible Instructor?" (November 1959)

The question of finding well-trained, quali­fied Bible instructors has been a long-stand­ing denominational problem. Important as the services of a Bible instructor are to the church, the need for these workers has never been fully met.

A Chat With Our Shepherdesses (July 1957)

The monthly shepherdess column.

A Heart-to-Heart Talk With Adventist Women (November 1955)

As the decades have rolled on since the rise of the Advent Movement 111 years ago, the women of our denomination have been developing in many spheres of usefulness. Right from the early years of Advent­ism our sisters have played an important part in proclaiming the special message for this hour; but in the present decade they are revealing their influence in various services hitherto un­known in our denomination.

A Young Woman's Profession (May 1944)

The call for bible instructor's continues.

Acknowledging Our Blessings (November 1958)

Celebrating thanksgiving and praising God for His many blessings.

Adventism's New Milestone (April 1957)

A look at how Adventists have been accepted by some Protestants as "born again" Christians.

Adventism's World Vision (September 1957)

Our experience and perspective continues to expand globally as we welcome more people from far and near.

An Unusual Christmas (December 1958)

Realizing the spirit of Christmas and making it a precious season.

Another Shepherdess! (April 1956)

The bible instructor is a true shepherdess.

Attracting the Youth to the Bible Work—No. II (March 1932)

When there is a leader, youth will ever follow.

Attracting Youth to the Bible Work—No. 1 (February 1932)

While an apparent overproduction in some departments of our work is receiving serious study, the efficient, all-round, practical Bible worker is still in demand.

Babel Voices on Evangelism (January 1943)

There seems to be a definite shift of emphasis in this critical hour.

Barnabas on Sunday Observance (Novemer 1944)

Biblical Exposition and Homiletic Helps.

Basic Training for Personal Evangelism (May 1959)

The term "personal worker" requires a new emphasis in an hour when there is true need for this type of worker.

Bible Instructor Group Meetings (June 1947)

Six of the ministerial institutes held in connection with the ten union conference ses­sions in North America are now past. Here's our report.

Bible Instructor Group Meetings VIII. (July 1947)

The Atlantic Union ministerial institute was held in New York City.

Bible Instructor's Place in an Effort (May 1943)

Presentation at Northern Union Evangelistic Council, Minneapolis, January, 1943.

Bible Instructors at Cleveland (October 1958)

The Cleveland General Conference was an inspiring occasion for our Bible instructors who arrived from near and far. How we were happily surprised at the number in attendance.

Bible Instructors' Book Needs (February 1955)

A number of Bible instructors have asked the Ministerial Association for sugges­tions on reading aids to help them understand their work. We here wish to recommend a few books of the type we now consider musts in evange­lism. There are, of course, many other helps that we might consider in this connection.

Bible Reading Texts (September 1949)

How many texts should be used in a Bible reading?

Bible Readings by Land and Sea (January 1949)

Bible Council Instructor--Plans and Methods, Experiences and Problems

Bible Work a Satisfying Calling (April 1957)

How the Bible Worker can retain their optimism in the face of various challenges.

Bible Work Well on the March (December 1960)

God is helping our missionaries teach our doctrines to the people for whom they labor, and then to select for the Bible work those who indicate special ability.

California Bible Instrutors Institutes (April 1949)

Recent, well-attended Bible instructor institutes, with two of the California conferences in each area participating, brought great inspiration and much practical help to the per­sonal workers in these particular fields.

Camp Meeting Bible Work (June 1960)

CAMP meeting is a season of refreshing for the minister and Bible instructor as well as for the laity. But the camp meeting, more than any other occasion, requires the spiritual serv­ices of our workers.

Camp Meeting impressions (November 1955)

Seventh-day Adventists are still greatly interested in camp meetings. How are these efforts faring around the world?

Candles in the Night * (June 1961)

Ministry Magazine has arranged to present in this section of our journal a series of reviews on Christian women who have made definite contributions to God's cause in various crises of the church.

Candles in the Night -- No. 6 (April 1962)

God has always reserved for Himself men and women who would minister to every need of His children. The history of the Christian church abounds in lov­ing humanitarian service. No need has been overlooked and no area excluded. This was true when Elizabeth Fry (1780-1845), a Quaker minister, became burdened for the inmates of Newgate Prison in London.

Candles in the Night -- No. 7 (June 1962)

Throughout the centuries women became the composers of gospel hymns and songs. In recent times Christian women have supplemented the evangelist's preaching talents by inspiring audience response to appropriate altar calls. Theirs is a ministry of song!

Candles in the Night—No. 2 (September 1961)

DURING the period of the early Christian church, his­tory records many noble examples of womanhood. Christianity was not popular in its infancy; the times were turbulent and many suffered persecution for their faith. We have a num­ber of examples of outstanding women who bore a true witness for Christ, women whose in­fluence was felt outside of their homes as well as in their families.

Candles in the Night—No. 3 (October 1961)

The sixteenth-century Reformation became one of the greatest crises of the Christian church. Decisive issues were at stake, and some of the noblest examples of living the "newly re­vealed" doctrine of righteousness by faith were women associated with the leaders of the move­ment. Woman's candle shone the brighter in the gloom of those Reformation times!

Candles in the Night—No. 4 (November 1961)

Quakerism has made distinctive contribu­tions to Christian thought. Its women were spiritually inclined, domestically skilled, and had courage like steel. In fact, the te­nacity of Quaker women made history.

Candles in the Night—No. 5 (January 1962)

Many a needy Dorcas Society in our ranks would grow in strength and usefulness if more of our sisters exemplified Catherine Booth's spirit of devotion and self-sacrifice.

Career Women in God's Work (April 1958)

The church faces a new problem when married women are employed in the various fields of gospel service. What should be done about this situation?

Devices for Illustrating Truth (September 1949)

The need for visual aids in evangelism is becoming more apparent.

Do Women Figure in Evangelism? (September 1955)

Pointedly, though we need various types of workers for our educational, medical, and pub­lishing work, evangelism also greatly needs a strong force of personal workers.

Editorial Keynotes (May 1943)

Full Facts Furnish Wholesome Challenge.

Editorial Keynotes (November 1942)

Why a dearth of bible workers? Part 1.

Editorial Keynotes (December 1942)

Why a Dearth of Bible Workers? No. 2

Editorial Postscripts (March 1947)

At the San Francisco General Conference of 1941, two new secretaries were added to the headquarters Ministerial Associa­tion staff.

Entering the Ministry (March 1958)

This article will consider a typical minis­terial couple during the first three years of their internship.

Erroneous "Witnesses" Doctrines (April 1947)

From an examination of the doctrine of "Jehovah's Witnesses" by Lehman Strauss

Evangelistic-Analysis of the Cities (January 1946)

The trend of the world's masses is cityward. How can we reach them?

Exalting the Ten Commandments (December 1943)

Biblical Exposition and Homiletic Helps.

Expanding Methods in City Evangelism (April 1961)

New methods must speedily be devised by experienced and ingenious workers. A stimulating fellowship of city evangelists might well give special study to successful city evangelism, which is still one of the greatest problems our denomination has to solve.

Fourth Centenary of the Scottish Reformation (November 1960)

The year 1960 marks the fourth centenary of the Scottish Reformation in which John Knox played such an important part. A former Roman Catholic priest, he was a man of great character but much misunderstood by his enemies. Living in those turbulent times, John Knox proved to be the man of the hour.

Giving New Impetus to the Bible Work (November 1941)

Our Monthly Bible Worker Interchange column.

Greater Bible Work—No. XII (June 1943)

The worker who prepares people for the sacred step of baptism must himself have a clear conception of its significance in the Christian life.

Holding Our Converts (April 1947)

These four studies might profitably provide topics for the Sabbath service or prayer meeting

Introducing the Seminar Plan (December 1946)

The secretaries of the Ministerial Association join our college Bible teachers in discitssion of seminar possibil­ities and methods.

Is Adventism Facing a Recruiting Problem? (April 1958)

To be specific, professions such as Bible work, nursing, and teaching in institutions built up by the church, require woman's gentle and skillful touch.

IV. Teaching Truth for Decision (March 1947)

Fourth number in series on student seminar objec­tives.

Junior Choir in Child Evangelism (March 1942)

Emphasizing child evangelism in the church.

Letter From an Intern Minister's Wife (February 1959)

At a meeting of student ministers' wives held in one of our colleges we listened to a very enjoyable letter from a young woman who was enjoying her first experience as the wife of a pastor-teacher. This letter was a girlish chat with her former college friends whose husbands anticipated enter­ing the ministry. Ruthie's interesting epistle reveals her consecration and gratitude for service and so we asked for the privilege of using the letter in THE MINISTRY.—L. C. K.

Making Friends for the Truth (March 1944)

This truth is a great magnet drawing to itself all the children of truth.

BIBLE INSTRUCTOR: Modern Sabbath Issues (November 1951)

One of the SDA fundamental beliefs- Sabbath

New Twentieth-Century Course (June 1949)

We have carefully examined the ten new lessons of the Twentieth-Century Bible Course entitled "Hope for the World."

Northern California Bible Workers' Council (July 1942)

Teaching How to Converse With God

Off to a Good Start (February 1958)

The point that the purpose of our shepherd­ess organization is to foster Christian fellow­ship is of sufficient importance to be repeated.

Origin of Our Bible Work (November 1948)

II. The Colporteur Pioneers Bible Readings

Origin of Our Bible Work (December 1948)

A look at the history and development of our early colporteur ministry.

Origin of Our Bible Work 1. The Early Beginnings (October 1948)

Beginning with this number of THE MINISTRY, a series of six consecutive articles on the origin of the Bible work will be presented.

Origin of the Bible Work (March 1949)

VI. Future of Our Bible Work

Our Friends the Baptists * (June 1961)

This is the second article of a series designed to acquaint our workers with ways that will bring better understanding between Seventh-day Adventists and their fellow Christians.

Our Friends the Congregationalists: Discussions on the Contemporary Religions of America—No. 6 (October 1961)

In the year 1931 the Con­gregational and the Christian churches discovered that while they had been separated for many years, they were identical in their ideals and principles. A merger of the two bodies was then brought about, with a for­ward look toward soon merging with the Evan­gelical and Reformed Church. We can well un­derstand why the Congregationalists have given strong leadership for the union of churches in both the National and World Council of Churches.

Our Friends the Disciples of Christ: Discussions on the Contemporary Religions of America—No. 4 (August 1961)

Thoughts on the Disciples of Christ, an indigenous American religious group.

Our Friends the Lutherans: Discussions on the Contemporary Religions of America—No. 5 (September 1961)

Lutheranism developed in sixteenth-century Europe from Martin Luther's in­tense experience with the doctrine of righteous­ness by faith, instead of by works, as practiced by Roman Catholicism.

Our Friends the Methodists: Discussions on the Contemporary Religions of America—No. 8 (December 1961)

Having much in common with Methodism, Adventism may claim a friendly relationship with Wesleyan thinking. The Methodist revival was the third religious awakening in England. It followed the sixteenth-century Reformation and the seven­teenth-century Puritanism. Historians rank the Methodist awakening of equal importance with the French Revolution and the Industrial Rev­olution of the century. Some claim that Wes­ley's preaching saved England from a revolt similar to that of France.
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