Year Book and Official Roster of the Young Men's Christian Associations of Canada and the United States of America

Year Book and Official Roster of the Young Men's Christian Associations of Canada and the United States of America

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ... visitation, as well as the work at the ofliee, has been performed since then by the assistant State Secretary, Mr. Child. The work of Evangelistic Secretary Botterill, has been owned and blessed of God, and as the result, the active members of the Associations have been quickened, and unconverted young men have been led to Christ. The State Committe has employed the services of three agents for special work--J. W. Hansel, at Kansas City, for two months, in local financial work; S. A. Kincaid, in Lexington, for three months, in opening the way for the permanent employment of a general secretary; and W. Ha: -grave White, in ofiice work at the headquarters in St. Louis, for three months. Though the working force of the committee has not been as large as it was last year, yet the work has not run behind, because of the time and attention bestowed upon it by individual members. An excellent State Convention was held at Gallatin last October. 166 delegates were present, and $6,000 (same as last year) was subscribed for State work. Four district conferences have been held. They proved to be of great advantage not only to Associations in the towns in which they were held, but also to the places represented. We are under great obligation to the International Committee for the services of Mr. Mott at the State Convention, and for the invualuable aid rendered the Railroad Association at Slater, by Mr. Hague. NEBRASKA. During the past year we have endeavored to strengthen the existing Associations, and to secure meetings and Bible training classes for men in the smaller towns. These meeting will lay the foundation for successful and intelligent Association workers in the future. At present there are 33 Associations, an increase of 4 during the more

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  • Paperback | 68 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 141g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236953347
  • 9781236953346