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TheAmerican Missionary

Published by
THE CONGREGATIONAL HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY

THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION
THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY

THE CONGREGATIONAL EDUCATION SOCIETY
THE CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY-SCHOOL EXTENSION SOCIETY

THE CONGREGATIONAL BOARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEF

CONTENTS FOR FEBRUARY, 1920
PAGE

PAGE EDITORIAL: "Launch Out Into the Deep".. 577 LOOKING FOR THE SILVER LINING. By

Rev. Alan M. Fairbank

COS
THE PASTORS' SECTION

THE PATH AHEAD. By Rev. George A.
Conrad

612 THE PASTOR'S JOY. By Charles H.

THE C. H. M. S. TREASURY. Charles Richards, D.D.

578

11. Baker, Treasurer THE PHILOSOPHY OF A CROWD. By W. H. Richardson

580

THE CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY

EDITORIAL
THE CONGREGATIONAL COMMISSION

613
BUILDING A MODERN CHURCH. By Rev.
ON EVANGELISM
Edgar R. Fuller

616

PROVIDING FOR THE MUSICAL SERSELLING THE GOSPEL By Ernest Bourner Allen, D.D.

VICE. By Charles H. Richards, D.D. ... 619 582

THE EDUCATION SOCIETY THE PILGRIM MEMORIAL FUND

EDITORIAL IMPORTANT CHANGES. By W. W.

SOME NORWEGIAN AND DANISH STANDScudder, D. D.

581

ARD BEARERS. By Rev.. 0. C. Grauer 621

THE CONGREGATIONAL TRAINING AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIA

SCHOOL FOR WOMEN

CHURCH ASSISTANT IN RURAL COM.
TION
MUNITY

62 EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT

581 PRACTICAL EDUCATION FOR A BELATED THE SUNDAY SCHOOL EXTENSION PEOPLE

580 TWO OF THREE-AMERICA'S GREATEST

SOCIETY PRESIDENTS

587 A SENATOR'S EULOGY

588

EDITORIAL THE VISIT OF THE MISSIONARY MAN.. 599

WE CAN AND WE WILL

029 TOUGALOO COLLEGE IN 1919-20

391

SOME MONTANA POSSIBILITIES
STRAIGHT COLLEGE, NEW OREANS, LA. 593
A YEAR AMONG THE DAKOTAS

THE BOARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEF ΤΗΕ Α. M. A. TREASURY. Irving C THE YEAR NINETEEN HUNDRED AND Gaylord, Treasurer

596

NINETEEN
THE CHRISTMAS FUND

f32 THE HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY A LETTER THAT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF EDITORIAL

63 597

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT
THE REINCARNATION OF A FRONTIER
TOWN. By Rev. Richard R. Shoemaker 599

THE WOMAN'S HOME MISSIONARY
HOME MISSIONS FROM А WOMAN'S
STANDPOINT. By Mrs. Emma Graves

FEDERATION Dietrick

601 SCHAUFFLER BU'ILDING FUND IN THE WILD AND WOOLLY WEST,

TOPIC FOR MARCH, 1920

633 Rev. A. J. Sullens

603

CONGREGATIONAL WORLD MOVEMENT.. 634 OUR DIRECTOR OF FOREIGN-SPEAK

IS YOUR CHURCH ORGANIZED FOR ING WORK

605 MISSIONS OUR DIRECTOR OF RURAL WORK 605 HERE AND THERE

635 DAY BY DAY IN OKLAHOMA, By Rev. Samuel Pearson

007 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS OF RECEIPTS 636

394

By

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TheAmerican Missionary

Published by
THE CONGREGATIONAL HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY

THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION
THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY

THE CONGREGATIONAL EDUCATION SOCIETY
THE CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY-SCHOOL EXTENSION SOCIETY

THE CONGREGATIONAL BOARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEF

CONTENTS FOR MARCH, 1920

PAGE THE VENDERWERKER NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE

.671 VISIONS AND REALIZATIONS OF A HOME

MISSIONARY PASTOR, By Rev. Jesse W
FOSTER

672 A TWENTIFTH CENTURY TOVAV OF THE

BIBLE. By Miss Alice Ruth Palmer
A RIGHT USE OF OPPORTUNITY. By Miss

Rhoda J Dirkinson
FROM OUR CZECHOSLOVAC CHURCHES

By Superintendent of Grerer
THE H MS. TOFASURY HOLDING OCP

OWN. Charles H. Baker. Treasurer ..... 677

PAGE EDITORIAL: The Determinative Factor in Education

.....641 THE PASTORS' SECTION INTERNATIONAL CONGREGATIONAL COUNCIL

.612 PERSONAL WORK. By A. Z. Conrad. D. D. 614 THE CONGREGATIONAL COMMISSION

ON EVANGELISM PASTORIAL AND PERSONAL EVANGELISM By Archibald Hadden

.645 PASTORAL LEADERSHIP IN EVANGELISM By Rev. Laurence L Barber

.646 THE CONGREGATIONAL WORLD

MOVEMENT
THE STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM OF THE

CONGREGATIONAL WORLD MOVEMENT
By W. W. Scudder. D D.

917 THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSO

CIATION EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS

.618 COVERNING OPPORTUNITY--EQUAL, UNEQUAL. AND NONE AT ALL

.613 THE STORY OF A DAY AT BRICKS. NO. CAROLINA

.651 MOCIONARY LETTERS FROM THE SOUTH 653 OBITUARIES: Miss Jennie A. Robinson, Herhert H. Wright

657 THE A. M. A. TREASURY Irving C. Gaylord. Treasurer

..658

THE CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS

.678 RIPAL AND VILLAGE CHIRCHES Be Secretary Charles II, Richards

.679 HOW THEY BUILT А PORTABLE SANC

TUARY

THE EDUCATION SOCIETY
AT WORK IN A STATE UNIVERSITY 185
AN APPEAL TO OUR HOMES, By Rev. Royal
J Montgomery

CSS
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT
THE BOARD OF MINISTERIAL

RELIEF
IN ORDER TO ANSWER A LARGE NUMBER
OF QUESTIONS

690 SECRETARIAL CHANGES

.692 PRINTING OF RECEIPTS JOHN H. SAFFORD

THE HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS

659 THE STORY OF VINITA OKLAHOMA. Bv Sunerintendent A. E. Ricker

.661 A WOMAN'S WORK IN A MISSOURI FIELD By Mrs Louise B. Esch

.605 THE TAST CHI'RCH OF DEEP HOLLOW

JUNCTION, Bv Mice Bertha M Shenart ors
OUR INDIAN PARISHES IN LOUISIANA
By L. L. Simmons

.670

THE WOMAN'S HOME MISSIONARY

FEDERATION
"I WANT TO TELL YOU SOMETHING".
TOPICS FOR APRIL, 1920

693 THE FEDERATION AND THE CONGREGA

TIONAL WORLD MOVEMENT. By Alice
Mather Walker

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF RECEIPTS

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The American Missionary

Published by
THE CONGREGATIONAL HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY

THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION
THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY

THE CONGREGATIONAL EDUCATION SOCIETY
THE CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY-SCHOOL EXTENSION SOCIETY

THE CONGREGATIONAL BOARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEF

CONTENTS FOR APRIL, 1920

..... 1

.51

PAGE

PAGE EDITORIAL: Shall we Beat a Retreat! ..., FLORIDA AND THE MISSIONARY AUTO

MOBILE, By Assistant Superintendent George THE CONGREGATIONAL COMMISSION B. Waldron

35
AN IMPORTANT PARISH IN TEXAS, By
ON EVANGELISM
Rev. William I. Caughran

38 ENLISTMENT FOR SERVICE

THE C. H. M. S. TREASURY, Charles H. TAKE SOMEBODY YOUR SIZE

Baker, Treasurer

40 CONGREGATIONAL WORLD MOVE

THE CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY
MENT
EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS

41

VARIED TYPES OF CHURCHES. By SecreFEARING THE LIGHT 3 tary Charles H. Richards

.42

THE NEW CHURCH. Poem. From "The World THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSO- Call,' by Jessie Brown Pounds

47 CIATION

THE EDUCATION SOCIETY EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS

8 A CALL FOR TEACHERS

48 9

EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS
WHAT HERBERT HOOVER THINKS

HIGHWAY
THE NORTHLAND

J.
10

By D. SOUTHERN EDITOR PLEADS FOR JUSTICE

Brownell TO THE NEGRO

11

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT
TRAINING BY DAILY ROUTINE AT ALLEN

NORMAL SCHOOL THOMASVILLE. GA. 11 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL EXTENSION
A DAY AT MOORHEAD SCHOOL. MISSIS-
SIPPI

.12

SOCIETY
A DAY AT LINCOLN ACADEMY, KINGS PRAIRIE PREACHERS, By Rev. John Gil-
MOUNTAIN, N. C.

14
man Dickey

.52 A DAY AT LINCOLN NORMAL AND INDUS- CHILDREN'S DAY TRIAL SCHOOL, MARION. ALA. .15 RECENT MISSION SCHOOLS

.54 INDUSTRIES AT BALLARD NORMAL SCHOOL, MACON, GA.

.17 NEGRO QUIZ FOR CANDIDATES

THE BOARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEF

.19 NOTABLE PROGRESS IN ORIENTAL MIS- HAS THE CHURCH FORSAKEN THE MINISSION WORK .20 TER WHO IS NOW OLD?

.55 THE A. M. A. TREASURY. IRVING C GAY- EXTRACTS FROM TWO INTERESTING LORD TREASURER .21 LETTERS

57

MINISTERIAL RELIEF IN THE MONTH OF THE HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY MAY

.57 EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS

.22 MAP SHOWING MISSIONARY FIELDS HAV- THE WOMAN'S HOME MISSIONARY ING THE USE OF AUTOMOBILES

23 FORDS-WHERE LOCATED AND

FEDERATION

WHERE
NEEDED, By Secretary Frank L. Moore .24 FOREWORD

68 EXTENDING THE KINGDOM IN NO MAN'S TOPIC FOR MAY 1920

.58 LAND. By Rev. Samuel Pearson

.26 PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS TO AUXILIAROUR SWEDISH GENERAL MISSIONARY IN IES THE NORTHWEST, By Rev. J. A. Peterson 32 SUMMER CONFERENCES

.59 A MISSIONARY JOURNEY IN THE LARGER SUMMER CONFERENCES-DO THEY PAY..60 PARISH CAR, By a Teacher in the Country Life Institute, Star, N. C.

.33 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS OF RECEIPTS 61

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Changes of Address must reach us by the 15th of the month.
Address all business communications and make remittances payable to

THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY

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