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Articles by Rosalie H. Lee

Dress Standards in the Early Christian Church (February 1968)

A careful study of early church history reveals that the Church Fathers in the first and second centuries advocated the strictest adherence to high standards of conduct, dress, morality, recreation, and temperance.

A Bible School for Every Worker (September 1969)

IN VISIONS of the night, representations passed before me of a great reformatory movement among God's people. . . . Hundreds and thousands were seen visiting families and opening before them the word of God. Hearts were convicted by the power of the Holy Spirit, and a spirit of genuine conversion was manifest. On every side doors were thrown open to the proclamation of the truth."—Testimonies, vol. 9, p. 126.

A New Concept--A Conference Bible Instructor (March 1975)

A CONFERENCE Bible instructor, available to the whole field, is the answer the Ohio Conference has adopted to meet the problem of "Not enough Bible instructors to go around."

On Priorities and WInning Souls (July 1974)

"All over the world men and women are looking wistfully to heaven. . . . Many are on the verge of the kingdom, waiting only to be gathered in." --Evangelism, p. 462.

Ministers' Wives as Bible Instructors (June 1974)

IS IT possible to be a minister's wife and a Bible instructor at the same time? Ask Mrs. O. J. Bell of Keene, Texas, that question and she will reply, with a twinkle in her eye and an affirmative nod, that she has been at it for better than twenty years!

Your Attitude Is Showing (July 1972)

DEAR JESUS, help me to be sweet and kind and good!" This lovely prayer came from the lips of my five-year-old niece. It was not just a one-time prayer, but an everyday request that made a deep impression on me. . .

Phaseout or Emphasis (December 1971)

ISN'T the Bible work gradually being phased out?" This question was recently asked of a conference Bible instructor by a layman of the church. . .

My Personal Part in the Ministry (March 1971)

WHEN I was asked to share something of my personal part in my husband's ministry, I thought, What do I really do to help him that is worthy of mention? There are countless things that every minister's wife probably does that are hardly significant enough to recount, like being his secretary, housekeeper, cook, et cetera. Are any of these my greatest contribution to his ministry?

What Is Wrong With Young, Single Bible Instructors? (May 1970)

What is wrong with young, single Bible instructors? Plenty! I think I am well qualified to know, for I was one of them. (I am thankful God doesn't expect us to be perfect before He calls us to His work.) My problem was that when I entered the work, fresh out of college, I was too inexperienced to know all these sound reasons for my not being able to do the job.
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