Circulation Meeting on Behalf of the Periodicals, June 4, 1935

Address, In Part, by Miss Joan Follett, European Circulation Manager, who was Chairman of the Meeting

I have been asked to try and tell, during the next few minutes, of a little of the circulation work which is being done overseas in Europe.

That there is a hunger and thirst for spiritual things in the countries of the European field is unquestionable; that there is a profound need of them is evident; therefore the circulation of our literature goes on in those lands, among many peoples and tongues. It is abundantly proved true that God's people are to be found wherever there is the receptive thought, the willing heart, the listening ear. Our periodicals find no barriers of nationality, language, or distance able to impede their progress or frustrate their work. With sure direction they reach those who desire them, and with every such contact bring more of the healing Christ into human experience.

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