Articles by Don H. Lee
A discussion of opportunities, problems, and responsibilities.
Evangelism in Japan has entered a new and promising era.
Witnessing to minister's of other denominations.
In December, 1716 the well-ordered household of Susannah Wesley was disturbed by a poltergeist, and the family endured the rowdy activity of the phenomenon. John Wesley, later to found the Methodist movement, was away at school, but his rector father, Samuel, entered into fervent combat with the spirit visitant. . .