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Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2012 with funding from LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation :| JANUARY 2. All we need, to see such wonders on every side, is the faith which alone can open our eyes to the artistry of God, who has not left himself without a witness in every sky, on every tree. Every society has some pro- vision for social security. GARBER Those insights into God and man Which have been ours this year Will not be adequate to serve The new one drawing near. The pattern of work is similar to the agricultural extension work in America, but with a strong Christian emphasis. One of the difficulties of building up self-support among them is that the members are largely landless laborers, ground down and kept in poverty by the large landowners.
Snow works its own miracles of loveliness whether on desert slopes, on evergreen hillsides, on towering peaks or in pleasant drifts in your back yard. Since this mobility is not only in space but also in terms of social status, this, too, becomes a barrier be- tween members of families. Services were held in the Blissville church by Bro. Burial was in the Grovertown, Ind., cemetery.— Ethel Haag, Walkerton, Ind. and Clara Ridenour Hoover, was born July 12, 1924, in Perry County, Ohio, and died Nov. This movement is dedicated to the all-round improvement of rural life in Gujarat.
In the last century and a half the popula- tion of the world has doubled, and people have pushed out into every frontier, populating new continents and islands. This service program the Indian church is not yet able to carry.
JANUARY 2, 1954 3 First of all, the world has witnessed a tremendous increase in the total population, which has brought many countries to the point of inability to produce enough for all. Then there is the medical, educational, and economic aid program, which demonstrates the Christian spirit of service and strengthens the church.
Since "new occa- sions teach new duties," let us take another look at these changes to see how they affect older people and our own later maturity. Besides, the church, though growing in ength and experience, still needs and desires s encouragement of the mother church in prayer and personal guidance.
Because these changes have come about so gradually, many are not aware of them and therefore see no relation between Social Security legislation, pension plans, hous- ing projects and the honoring of one's parents. Macy, Howard Sherman, son of Eli and Emma Engle Macy, was born Oct. And a startling fact that there are actually more 3ple in our whole area who are not followers Christ than there were when the Stovers and ster Ryan landed here sixty years ago, because accessions to the church have not kept pace th the natural increase of population of the mtry.
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The pressure to have smaller fam- ilies is increased by the fact that children are no longer economic assets, as they once were, but rather are now economic liabil- ities upon their parents for the first twenty years. 23, 1953, at the home of her daughter in Glen Burnie, Md., at the age of eighty years. Fu- neral services were held in the Beaver Dam church by the undersigned, assisted by E. Here is a large rural area that has been responsive to the Gospel.
This means that to achieve an in- crease in the standard of living or even to avoid actual impov- erishment, the voluntary control of population is required. and Susan Pfoutz Morningstar, was born in Frederick County, Md., and died Nov. Mackley, she is survived by two sons, two daughters, fourteen grandchil- dren and two great-grandchildren. Looking at our various centers of work one by one, we come first to Umalla, farthest north and east.
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