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Recognizing the importance and significance of the rural church problem within our Southern Baptist Convention, be it

RESOLVED, That we instruct the Program Committee for 1938 to provide a period on the Convention Program for this problem to be presented under the direction of Professor J. W. Jent.–J. H. Cosby, Virginia.


WHEREAS, The multiplication of organizations is tending to mechanize our denominational life; and

WHEREAS, There is much overlapping and lost energy as a result of this excessive organization; be it

RESOLVED, That the Southern Baptist Convention now in session appoint a committee whose duty it shall be to survey the situation with a view to coordinating and correlating the numerous units of our denominational work.–George W. Sadler, Liberty, Missouri.