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Church work has become a kind of technicality
Church work has become a kind of technicality. Church-workers have become a sort of caste. The true church-worker is as wide as the whole activity which the church inspires. Wherever any man of the congregation is doing anything honest or merciful out of any impulse that he has gathered here, he is about church-work. Whenever any woman puts the spirit of the Sunday service or the week-day meeting into her household, and does her little to purify and Christianize society, she is a church-worker.—Phillips Brooks.
Making Knowledge Practical
"The guest of God"
WINIFRED M. BENJAMIN
PERCY PHILLIP VYLE
Working for the Church
ANNA W. HOLLEBAUGH
Having Other Gods
Teaching in the Sunday School
AIMÉE E. FRALEY
KATE L. CRUMP
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The Fifth Commandment
The "Word" that Heals
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The Way of Ascent
John B. Willis
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
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