King's Business - 1946-06

Plan Ahead for Stony Brook If your boy is only five, eight, or ten, it is not too soon to begin to plan his college-preparatory education. The wisest decisions are made after careful investigation. Moreover, many of the better preparatory schools have few vacancies and early application is desirable. What do you want in your boy’s school? You may be among the many parents who prefer: 1 ) Christian program that un­ dertakes to reach every boy. 2) Small classes, individual at­ tention to each boy's aca­ demic needs. 3) Sound, thorough instruction, accredited f o r college en­ trance. 4) Experienced, Christian mas­ ters, whose influence will be felt on your boy in the class­ room, on the athletic field, and in the dormitory. 5) Boarding school life which gives your boy an opportu­ nity to grow in manliness as he lives in a school commu­ nity. 6) An excellent school reputa­ tion, established by the edu­ cation of boys, sent from almost every state and many foreign countries, and the record they have made in the colleges and universities. If you wish to plan ahead, write to the Headmaster for a copy of the School catalogue. t o n y / j r o o k J c h o o l FRANK E. GAEBELEIN. LITT.D., Headmaster Stony Brook, Long Island, N. Y. Please Mention King*s Business James A. Stewart MORSEL ALONE? The prayers of all the readers of the King’s Business are earnestly solicited. Subscribe to THE GOSPEL FOR THE CONTINENT, our official missionary paper. Co-editors James A. Stewart, and Dr. Her­ bert Lockyer. 50c per year. Read about the early life of James Stew­ art. Attractive booklet, MY STORY, 50c postpaid. Write your nearest office for literature or information. 1179 Delaware Ave. Buffalo 9, N. Y. 602 Witherspoon Bldg. Philadelphia 7, Pa. 4 Gowan Ave. Toronto 6, Ontario, Canada 20 Algie St. Glasgow S. I. Scotland JAMES A. STEWART Founder and General Director Mrs. R. E. Neighbour, Home Director Dr. Harlin .1. Roper, Pastor Scofield Memorial Church For Sunday Schools, Bible Classes, Young People’s and Missionary Societies, Vaca­ tion Bible Schools, Prayer Meetings, and Home Study. Samples 15c; 4 grades 50c; Complete set $2.40. THROUGH THE BIBLE STUDY 2010 Bryan St. Dallas 1, Texas THROUGH THE BIBLE STUDY Genesis to Revelation, Chapter by Chapter. The European Evangelistic Crusade, Inc. is reaching Europe’s starv­ ing millions with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ t h r o u g h its international evangelistic Bands. HAVE YOU EATEN YOUR

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