The Christian Annual: For the Year of Our Lord, 1921 Unknown author

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Published: September 27th 2015

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The Christian Annual: For the Year of Our Lord, 1921  by  Unknown author

The Christian Annual: For the Year of Our Lord, 1921 by Unknown author
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Excerpt from The Christian Annual: For the Year of Our Lord, 1921The proceedings of the Executive Board, the several Boards in joint session, and the Board of Church Polity are given in full except such routine matters and administrative proceedingsMoreExcerpt from The Christian Annual: For the Year of Our Lord, 1921The proceedings of the Executive Board, the several Boards in joint session, and the Board of Church Polity are given in full except such routine matters and administrative proceedings as are common to all such meetings.The Executive Board of The American Christian Convention held its annual session in Dayton, Ohio, October 19-22, and was presided over by Rev.

F. G. Coffin, President of the Convention.Three of the members were not present: - Mr. Hermon Eldredge, who came, but was called always by relegram- Rev. W. P. Minton, who was in Japan- anfd Professor S. O. Albaugh, who was detained by professional duties.The routine business and executive provisions were of the usual character and number, and would be of but little interest to the readers of The Christian Annual.The report of the Secretary revealed a deficit in the resources of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, which had resulted from the increased cost in all lines of its service, and also an unjustifiable indifference was authorized to remit an additional hundred dollars to the Council, and to pay the expense of our members from the current fund of the Convention.The facts and conditions of the Park Grove Chapel, Springfield, Ohio, were considered by the Board, and Hon.

O. W. Whitelock and Rev. J. F Burnett, were appointed to investigate the matter, and to act upon their best judgment.A petition from the American Bible Society, that our churches be asked to include that organization in their benevolences, was carefully considered, and resulted in the adoption of the following resolution:Resolved, That we sympathetically endorse the American Bible Society, and recommend that our churches include this Society in their budget.In taking such action we desire to point out to the Society that each church in the denomination is autonomous, and final action must rest with the church itself.We recommend at the same time that be sent only to the more important of our churches - this in the financial interest of the Society itself.The Convention Secretary had been supplying at Franklin, Ohio, as opportunity afforded, which fact was reported to the Board, and the following action taken:Moved by O.

W. Whitelock that the Convention Secretary be authorized to supply at Franklin Christian Church, subject to such denominational calls as shall demand his service, until such time as a pastor of the church can be secured, which, in the judgment of the Board, need not be delayed. Carried.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

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