Articles by Wilbur K. Nelson
Sanctified, balanced thinking is a great essential of the ministry in this urgent final hour of history.
To be used to guide a boy into a life of ministry for God should be among the highest ambitions in each preacher's career.
A look at the history of Fundamentalism and its relation to Adventism.
THE foolishness of robbing the body of rest in one's search for success is cited in Psalm 127:2 where it says: "It is vain for you to rise up early, to sit up late." To paraphrase this ancient admonition we seem to hear the psalmist saying. . .
Not only has man's physical environment near the cities been dangerously polluted but the spiritual degeneration that brought judgments to Sodom again typifies city life of this last generation.
How educated should a minister be?
Why and how healing and preaching go together.
The story of Abram La Rue.
JUST what does it take to win a soul to Jesus Christ in the sophisticated seventies?
What is the approach the school should take in providing this type of training within the ministerial curriculum? Is a radical change implied?
WERE a pen of inspiration to outline "a program for ministerial effectiveness during this new decade, what would be written? What great issues that challenge the ministry today would merit prophetic comment?
Our desires for the church and our present duty in the church need not produce tension or discord.
THERE is an ancient and fascinating story that comes alive during a time of rioting in ancient Rome about five hundred years before Christ. The people were in rebellion against the governing nobility. They cried, "You great men have the titles; all we have is toiling. . .
NO DOUBT you remember being in the junior tent at camp meeting when the leader said: "Boys and girls, this morning we are going to have a story from a real live missionary!" "Live" missionaries who remain in the field of service know the vital importance of good health. Physically, mentally, and spiritually they must stay alive if they are to effectively witness for Christ. . .
Evangelism and youth.
It has been the custom of the graduating class for the past three years at Pacific Union College to wear the conventional academic dress.