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Trained Teachers! Preparation for
The Vital Necessity in Every Sunday
DETERMINE TO HAVE THEM IN
1. Organize your PRESENT teaching force into a training class for greater efficiency.
2. Organize your PROSPECTIVE teachers into a class and train them.
The Text-book which leads in
Preparation for Teaching
Preparation for Teaching has been approved by the Educational Committee of the International Sunday-school Association and is recognized in all states as a First Standard Teacher - Training Course. Those completing the course are entitled to the official teacher-training diplomas.)
Preparation for Teaching is used by teachertraining classes in 28 different denominations in the United States, Great Britain and Canada, and has been adopted by the Reformed Church, the Lutheran Church, and the United Presbyterian Church as their official teacher-training text-book.
Preparation for Teaching, is used as the regular text-book in the Bible hour with the Sophomore and Junior classes of the Moravian College, Bethlehem. Also in the Allegheny United Presbyterian Theological School, Lincoln University, and other colleges.
Preparation for Teaching has been translated into the Korean language and is used in the training of Korean Sunday-school teachers. Its translation into Swedish is under consideration.
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CONTENTS FOR FEBRUARY, 1912
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THE COLLEGE BOARD, Robert Mackenzie, D.D., LL.D., Secretary
A Message from the Moderator of the General Assembly
Whitworth College, Tacoma, Wash.
The Place and Destiny of the Indian in the Nation's Life. Brig. Gen. R. H. Pratt, U. S. G.
After Fifty Years. Rev. John P. Williamson, D.D.
After Thirty Years. Rev. Morton F. Trippe, D.D.
The Revolution in China from a Missionary Standpoint
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