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"Arise go over this Jordan" (December 1979)

Only as we immerse ourselves in God's Word, will we find the help we need to make ready a people prepared for the Lord.

"Catholic Unity Octave" (April 1938)

A look at religious world trends.

"I've Had You Adventists All Wrong" (June 1977)

"It was an unusual experience to share so much in a seminar sponsored by another denomination."——Lutheran pastor.

"In the Beginning"—Health (April 1944)

The second part of our look considers fresh air.

"In the Beginning"—Health (May 1944)

The fourth part of our series examines the vital importance of water.

"In the Beginning"—Health (June 1944)

Our fourth part of our exploration considers the topic of food.

"In the Beginning"—Health (August 1944)

The fifth part of our exploration looks at the topic of exercise.

1000 Days of Reaping: A Progress Report (April 1983)

Various world divisions report on plans and progress in the emphasis being given to evangelism during the period from September 18, 1982, to June 15, 1985.

1956 Ministerial Book Club (March 1956)

Books worth reading this year.

25 Questions People Ask About Prayer (October 1964)

The answering of questions on prayer always produces interest. Certain areas relating to prayer in the personal life of Christians have been of concern to most people. Our members usually appreciate a frank discussion of these problems. We do not have all the answers, but a careful study of these problems in the light of the instruction of the Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy writings usually reveals a solution.

A Life Well Spent (January 1959)

This is the first time we have published a service of this kind in the columns of this journal. However, Charles S. Longacre was so well known to our workers around the world that we felt we could well share this with our readers. This service was in many ways a model of sympathy, dignity, and beauty. Among those who took part in this service were C. J. Coon, retired president of the Potomac Conference, who read the obituary; R. R. Figuhr, General Conference president, who preached the sermon; and J. A. Buckwalter, secretary of the General Conference Religious Liberty Association, who offered the prayer.—Editors

A Life Well Spent (January 1959)

This is the first time we have published a service of this kind in the columns of this journal. However, Charles S. Longacre was so well known to our workers around the world that we felt we could well share this with our readers. This service was in many ways a model of sympathy, dignity, and beauty. Among those who took part in this service were C. J. Coon, retired president of the Potomac Conference, who read the obituary; R. R. Figuhr, General Conference president, who preached the sermon; and J. A. Buckwalter, secretary of the General Conference Religious Liberty Association, who offered the prayer.—Editors

A Panoramic View (February 1928)

Glimpses of ministerial training

A report to the President of the United States (September 1982)

On Service to the Nation Through Private Initiative: A contribution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church

A Statement on Biblical Spirituality (August 2012)

The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s official stance on biblical spirituality, from Andrews University.

A Taste of Pentecost (July 1968)

The simple story of what happened at the ministerial association evangelistic council, May 14-18, Camp Berkshire, New York

Actions of Vital Concern (February 1946)

Autumn council highlights.

Adherence to Church Standards (March 1942)

In the light of the recent Autumn Council action adopting a uniform baptismal cer­tificate and summary of faith, it is well to restudy the 1941 General Conference action on "Adherence to Church Standards" and depre­cation of independent standards.

Advance of Foreign Medical Missions (April 1941)

Our Medical Work from 1866-1896-No. 16.

Again!Again!Again! (January 1977)

On health and religion

Aluminum Cooking Utensils (September 1942)

Is it unwise to use aluminum cooking utensils?

Ministry Reports: Annual Council—1984 (December 1984)

This year's Annual Council dealt with some weighty issues, among them the church's structure, the role of women, and policies for handling the tithe. You can gain a "feel" for the proceedings by reading our report.

Applying the Apocalyptic (November 1976)

How do we make sense of apocalyptic literature in light of the many prophetic interpretations being expressed today?

Around the World Circle (March 1930)

Association news from around the world church.

Around the World Circle (April 1930)

News from the Association around the world.

Around the World Circle (May 1930)

Association news from around the world.

Around the World Circle (June 1929)

Association news from around the world.

Around the World Circle (January 1928)

Ministerial Association news from around the globe.

Around the World Circle (February 1928)

News from around the world.

Around the World Circle (March 1928)

Ministerial news from around the church world.

Around the World Circle (June 1928)

Association news from around the church world.

Around the World Circle (November 1928)

Association news from around the world.

Baptism (Symposium) (July 1940)

A Ministry symposium on baptism.

Bible Instructors and Shepherdesses (November 1958)

What is their role in the life and work of the church?

Bible Lands Tour Evaluations by Tour Members (February 1958)

Nine members of the Guided Tour who rep­resent various countries have expressed their reactions to the trip in the paragraphs that follow.

Bible Worker Interchange (October 1941)

Methods, Experiences, and Problems

Breath of Life in Washington, D.C. (June 1979)

Evangelistic meetings conducted by General Conference personnel result in hundreds baptized.

BRI consensus statement (October 2012)

Contemplate this statement regarding biblical anthropology, produced by the Biblical Research Institute, from the Third International Bible Conference.

Budgets! . . . Plans! . . . Actions! . . . Why? (January 1965)

"What are we here for? Are we using our potential in the best possible way to reach our goal?"

Call us what you please—but please call us! (August 1979)

An open letter to church administrators.

Carefulness in All Public Utterance (March 1938)

Action of the Battle Creek Autumn Council.

City - Center Evangelism (November 1958)

How do we do evangelism as it relates to city centers?

College Ministerial Seminars (October 1942)

Current field training notes.

College Ministerial Seminars (March 1938)

Current Field Training Notes
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