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How to get church members to work : a brief and pointed exposition of the causes of carelessness in the church, among pastors, officers, and members : with advisatory hints on how to remove them

How to get church members to work : a brief and pointed exposition of the causes of carelessness in the church, among pastors, officers, and members : with advisatory hints on how to remove them

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Person, pastor of a Colored Methodist Episcopal Church in Texas, discusses obstacles in the way of effective church work among laity and clergy and proposes remedies for these obstacles.
Pref. signed and dated: I.S. Person, Tyler, Texas, June 28, 1892.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
LC copy inscribed in ink on t.p.: Tyler Texas 1892. Copy imperfect: top margin cut, some page numbers missing.

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