WILLIAM E. BIEDERWOLF
Sec. The National Federated Evangelistic Committee
Its Justification—Operation—Value. $1.75
“It is a text-book and a call. Every chapter is full of value. It tells how to give the invitation and how to conduct the after-meeting. It is a book for every one who is interested in doing evangelistic work.”
Herald and Presbyter.
FREDERICK L. FAGLEY
Executive Secretary Commission on Evangelism Congregation Churches.
An Outline of a Year’s Program. $1.00
Mr. Fagley lays down a sensible, workable plan of work, including the formalities and maintenance of an evangelistic committee, a program of preaching, methods of personal work, deepening of the prayer-life, etc.
The Assurance of Salvation
And Other Evangelistic Sermons. $1.25
“Sermons of the distinctly orthodox type and suggestive in outline and illustration. Warm the soul and stimulate the thought.”—Evangelical Messenger.
CHARLES FORBES TAYLOR (The Boy Evangelist)
The Riveter’s Gang
and Other Revival Addresses. $1.25
“The value of this book lies not alone in the anecdotes and sermons that it contains, but in the illustration of how a successful evangelistic preacher may enforce his teaching.”—Lookout.
ROGER W. BABSON
Pres. Babson’s Statistical Organization
Making Good in Business $1.25
The famous Business Expert here applies a fundamental knowledge of business principles to daily business life. The latest work by the author of “Fundamentals of Prosperity” is crammed with the most valuable sort of hints and suggestions for the attainment of a successful business career.
WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN Author of “Self Control”, etc.
The Trusteeship of Life
A Study in the True Values of Existence $1.25
A new volume of Mr. Jordan’s winning Essays which have called forth the hearty praise of Henry van Dyke who said: “They are suggestive and stimulating. His philosophy has three big little words—courage, cheerfulness and charity.”
FREDERICK LYNCH Educational Secretary of The Church Peace Union
Personal Recollections of Andrew Carnegie $1.50
“Happily Dr. Lynch’s little volume of personal recollections of Andrew Carnegie admirably supplements the autobiography. These two books taken together will explain the real Carnegie to his countrymen.” Independent.
PHILIP I. ROBERTS
A Study in Personality. $1.00