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From the Archives: In the Studio of the Soul

By Elsie Egermeier

Up two flights of steps I climbed one day to visit the cozy studio of my artist friend. There I found him quietly at work. The canvas before him was bare when I arrived, but soon it began to take on the initial appearance of a painting. I watched with impatient interest in the development of the scene. A stroke here, another there (apparently meaningless to me were some of them), here a deep hue, there a light shade, but all the while the painting grew more harmonious. I noted the unhurried progress of my friend. “Why doesn’t he splash on the paint a bit more lively?” I wondered. Continue reading

Not Your Daddy’s Warner Press


By Carl Stagner

Times change. So has Warner Press. The Church of God publishing house is no longer referred to as the Gospel Trumpet Company, and Daniel Sidney Warner is no longer at the helm. But Warner Press remains committed to equipping the church for maximum effectiveness, and that will never change. Technological advancements and cultural shifts have updated what the organization produces, but churches simply aren’t asking for what Warner Press once produced. They need meaningful content in a variety of formats. They need tools to aid them in reaching students, including multimedia curriculum and easy-to-digest study guides. They need administrative supplies and books written with today’s disciples in mind. Since 1881, they’ve been a trusted ministry partner to the movement. Recent developments at Warner Press are only adding to an impressive list of reasons the influence of your Church of God publishing house reaches thousands of churches—and millions of people—around the world. Continue reading