Re-Thinking Missions: A Laymen's Inquiry after One Hundred Years

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General Index
Academy of Music, 173
Administration and Organization, committee, xiii
Administrative function, xi, 289-312
accounting methods, 310-312
accounting problems, 313
allocation of funds policies, 309
career questions and devolution, 300, 305
charts on unity, 317, 320
children of workers in the field, 296
compensation of field workers, 294-296
demand for specialists, 301
devolution, 304-306
diffusion and concentration, 302- 304
distribution of funds, 307
doctrinal discords, 299
finance problems, 307-312
financial responsibility of mission
boards, 307
furloughs, 296
keeping field workers up to date, 294
living standards in the field, 295
morale, 297
nationals in personnel, 306
orientation schools for field workers, 102-106, 115, 293
personality problems, 298
personnel criticisms, 15-18
personnel problem, 289-302
personnel qualifications, 292
personnel turnover, 297, 299
reasons for personnel shortage, 290-292
reorganization at the home base, 313-324
short term personnel, 301
special problems of unmarried
personnel, 299
unity advantages, 322
varying competence in field, 292
Adventist Mission, 89
Aegean Sea, evangelizing countries of, 82
Agra conference, 1929, 166
Agricultural missions, 214-236
approach to task, 220-221
economic and social problems, 223-225
educational work, 225-227
relation to evangelism, 214, 223
rural reconstruction and aid, 227- 234
scientific work, 217
Agricultural Missions Foundation, 236
Agriculture, animal husbandry, 215, 216, 221, 222, 228
credit problem, 224
education, 225-227
oriental, 214-218
research, 222
science in, 217-218
statistics, 219
tenancy, 224
Agriculture, Department of ( Japan), 233
Agriculture and Rural Life, committee, xiii
Ahmedabad, India, 242
Ai Kei Gakuin Social Settlement, 269
Ai Sei Kan Settlement House, 269
All-Asia Women's Conference, 257
Allahabad, India, 165
Allahabad Agricultural Institute, 225
Allen, Young J., 185
All-India Woman's Conference, 255

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