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Book

Publication Date

1937

Abstract

Delivered in the auditorium of Abilene Christian College, Abilene, Texas, February 1937

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Table of Contents

The Perfected Church—for What Purpose, by C. A. Norred - 7

How They Went in the First Century, by Homer Hailey - 9

Motives for Missionaries, by R. C. Bell 15

Ripened Fields, by John Wolfe - 24

The Responsibility of the Local Congregation in Preaching the Gospel, by E. C. Coffman - 33

Responsibility of Each Preacher in Carrying the Gospel to the Whole Creation, by J. Emmett Wainwright - 40

“They All With One Consent Began to Make Excuse,” by Paul Southern - 46

Workable Plans, by George S. Benson - 57

Awakening the Churches, by B. D. Morehead - 64

Characteristics of the Workers, by J. Dow Merritt - 68

Training the Workers, by James F. Cox - 79

Qualifications of Workers and Methods of Work in Oriental Fields, by George S. Benson - 88

The Message for the Workers, by B. L. Douthitt - 93

The Geography of the Mission Field, by Unknown - 98

“The Orient,” by Unknown - 100

The African Work, by J. Dow Merritt - 102

The Populous Northeast, by P. D. Wilmeth - 105

The Extensive Northwest, by W. Don Hockaday - 108

The Great Southwest, by J. Emmett Wainwright - 111

The Religious Southeast, by H. L. Schug - 114

Women Workers in Foreign Fields, by Hettie Lee Ewing - 116

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