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in- Rev. F. *r. McFadeti. I>. 1>, "Watchman. what of tho night" a to tho Progressive Campaign 7 From a know le?l so of tho results of the con foronces i 11 some of the Presbyteries and in the Synods of Virginia and from tho spirit that i> being mani fested, 1 believe there is a deeper iiuickening of the conscience of the Southern Presbyterians, a greater and better undorstandin: of i li ? ? relations between Uod ati<l the ntembers as t ? ? stewardship of life ami property, am! a readier willingness to finance t ho kingdom than ever before. The re sults of last year's educational work 1st. MORTGAGE LOANS FOR SALE 1 it tli nominations < ?f $500, SI, 000, $2,000, $.1,000 $5,000. M-cim-il l?y iiuproxcd eitv n . 1 1 i-tatr. Morton G. Thalhimer First Nat l Bank liKlii. Richmond, Virginia "SUMMIT VIEMS" John Kdward Hushnell The title attractively and graphically represents the theme of uu1 sermon which finds it* subject matter in that wonderful fourteenth chapter of .lolin. The author seems really to have caught that subtle* tender, comforting yet searching spirit that breathes through the immortal word, of the divine Master. There are other sermons in the book quite up to tin* level reached bv the title sermon. PRICK, SI. 25 NKT Order from PRKSBYTKRIAN COM \1 I I I 1.1. OF PI BI IC.VI ION Richmond. Va. Texarkana. Ark. -Tex. are being felt this year. There seems to be heard the sound of abundance of rain. There is the stirring in the tups ot the mulberry trees that is be ing In ard and seen and heeded by the members that will cause tlietn to bestir themselves as never before with the blessed result that we shall reach the goal and go over the top. \ 1 1 ; i n i \ i*. i\ i\ i'om'k u i:\t i:. The 1 1> l Presbyterian pastors who attended the Inter-Church Conference in Richmond last week spent a whole morning in discussing the interests of the Presbyterian Progressive Cam paign. There were also several con fi-reii" cs of smaller groups of the cam paign managers. These conferences wen- under the direction of llev. Wil liatn K. Hudson, Svnodical manager. No speeial action was taken, as none was deemed necessary, but much lime was devoted to considering tie: best methods for making the cam paign a success. Kncouragiug reports were presented from all over the State showing what lias been done and how much interest lias been awakened, in dicating that the prospects are vry good for reaching the desired ends, it was found that about half of the churches would make their Kvery .Meinher Canvass in March and the other half would do so in April. ivrr.li t lit ItCll MO\ IIMKNT. (Continued from page 1) accomplishment, spiritual, educational and financial, which are justly to be an ticipated." I'.Ment of Co-operation. It is left, to each denomination to determine the extent to which it will co-operate in the financial campaign. If any de nomination has obtained all the money it needs for the next live years it can enter on all the other phases of the movement, if it so desires. Knlist incut. The Inter-Church World Movement has planned a great spiritual campaign for the purpose of enlisting tho entire lite of conse crated men and women, and of se curing sutlicient funds to carry the entire World Movement program of the evangelical churclios. Arrange ments cover four-week periods of em phasis on the work of < 1 ) the Spirit ual Resources Department; (2) the Stewardship Department: ( P. > the hife-Work Department. The World Survey Conference recommended that the whole period from January fit It until Kaster he set apart for an evan gelistic campaign, co-ordinated with similar campaigns of the various de nominations. and emphasizing th" work of the departments named above in this general evangelistic campaign. Churches Co-operating: No organ ization except churches are include.! in the movement. And none lint evangelical Protestant churches are allowed to co-operate. Sometimes representatives of non-evangelical churches have attended conferences, hut they have not been given olticial recognition. Nearly all of the larger evangelical churches of this count rv are co-operating in the Inter-Church Movement. M UiMI'ICINI COINTUY IS I \ IK '-'.'-'Hit acres. h:ilf in cult ivsit ion: splendid old mansion. s;ii'l lo liavt* cost $7"t,(MMI. I '.\eclletii -oil: o( M ) acres of ri\rr low ground-. 2*i tenant dwellings; five million I'wl of i inilit-r. I 'rice. SI. ">0. (Hill. Write ns alioiit atiYtliini; you waul in farms. J. \. CDNNKI.I.V A <<>. DRESS UP As i >1 It'll .is \ < hi ran: il makes lilr s\\ ft'ii-r. BERRY CLOTHES Makr tlrrssiny iip rasii'st autl rliraprr in I lit' lolly t II II l>r railsr valilr is ] >11 1 into thrill lor I lit- prirr. t >nr mail ortlt-r depart nieiit ran srrvr you any\\lnTr in t'vrry tiling Ilit'll .iikI lioys wear. I >rli\ frirs I ret'. RICHMOND, VA. 18 9 2 The Oldest Company in Virginia ( HARTERKI > To ACT AS Executor Guardian Trustee ? Administrator Virginia Trust Company THE SAFE EXECUTOR Richmond, Ya. To the CHURCHES using the MARCH Dates EVERY MEMBER CANVASS Be Sure You Are Ready Then Go Ahead! The Every Member Canvass is the Royal Road To a Competent Church It will bring Financial Competency, Social Efficiency, Spiritual Potency Do It Right Do It Thoroughly Campaign Committee Presbyterian Progressive Program The Southern Presbyterian Church must not fail Again