(1951–1964; monthly; Temperance Department; 1964 circulation, c. 10,000; files in dept.; superseded 1965 by Listen News , a supplement to Listen , and by Secretaries’ Exchange ). A now-suspended organ of the International Temperance Association, intended to keep church officers and temperance leaders informed as to the plans, policies, and programs of the association and serving as an exchange bulletin for conference and church temperance secretaries, chapter leaders, and Action Unit officers promoting temperance in local communities. First appearing Jan. 1, 1951, as an eight-page magazine, it was on special occasions enlarged to 16 or 32 pages. See Action for Better Living.

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.