Church Ministries Worker / Sabbath School Worker

(formerly Sabbath School Worker; 1885–1990; monthly; R&H ). A journal designed for Sabbath school teachers and officers. It contained lesson helps for the teachers of the seven divisions, also articles on teaching methods, and on special topics such as Rally Day, Visitors’ Day, branch Sabbath schools, Vacation Bible Schools, Sabbath school Investment, and child evangelism. From 1985 it contained material for all church ministries officers. It was replaced by Action in 1990. In 1885 the Sabbath School Worker began as a 16-page quarterly printed in Battle Creek, Michigan (at 25 cents a year), providing no lesson helps, only articles on organization and teaching methods. In 1887 and 1888 in the interests of economy these articles were put into the Youth’s Instructor as a supplement, but...

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

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