To imply to our constituency that we are impoverished by reason of the smallness of our income, to insinuate that our pay is paltry and that we are inadequately salaried, is nothing but rank dishonesty.
What are the conditions in our day that will cause our wayward and confused young people to come to us for help? There must be a way to span the barrier that too often exists between the pastor and the youthful members of his flock.
AS A CHURCH we take proper pride in the fact that Christ is the glorious center of every doctrine and tenet of our faith. We dare not preach any message unless it bears in visible prominence the impress of the cross. The power of Paul's ministry derived from his constant exaltation of the cross. . .