Our Future Programme

Keith Clayton

Category: Editorial

READERS WILL BE INTERESTED to know that PRECIOUS SEED Committee met for a three-day Conference at the beginning of last October to deal thoroughly with important matters for which adequate time could not be found at our bi-monthly Committee meetings.

Although constantly encouraged by testimonies to definite help received we have always felt that the demands of other work made it impossible to realize the full possibilities of the magazine. We are very pleased, therefore, to be able to say that at this Conference arrangements were made to enlist additional editorial help with a view to increasing the effectiveness of the magazine. A programme has been drawn up to cover a wide field of systematic teaching and we hope, D.V., to bring this into operation in a few months’ time.

Among other matters discussed was a new cover for the magazine, now that the present block is getting worn out. It was most difficult to make a final choice from the many excellent designs kindly submitted, but when funds permit of the new cover being produced we believe readers will agree that it is a great improvement, whilst retaining a recognizable link with the past.

Perhaps we ought to make it clear that the Conference did not involve any charge to the magazine funds, as each member bore his own expenses.

There are 8 articles in
ISSUE (1960, Volume 11 Issue 1)

Accounts of the Year ended August 31st, 1959

Around the World in 31 days

Ascension of our Lord and of Elijah

Gospel Work and other Assembly Activities

John’s Gospel Chapter 13

The Meal Offering & The Drink Offering

Our Future Programme

Sound Doctrine

This article is not part of a series

There are 91 articles by this author

We Consider Blessed Those Who Have Persevered

Travelling On My Knees - 2 Corinthians 1.11.

The Teignmouth Gospel Hall

An Appreciation OfIvan Steeds

We Count Them Happy That Endure

He maketh me to lie down in green pastures. Psalm 23. 2

Celebrating 100 years of service for The Western Counties and South Wales Evangelisation Trust

Choice Gleanings

Bethany Residental Home

Who says the Word of God is not important?

Winshill Gospel Hall

Mill Green Gospel Hall


Look for God’s Look for God’s hand in it!

The UK Assembly Address Book

The Benefits of Belonging

Deep-Water Faith!

Emptied to be Filled

Empty Chairs

Merrion Hall, Dublin

Report of Gospel Work & Other Assembly Activity

A Family

A Body

Reports of Gospel Work and other Assembly Activity

A Hospital

The Greater London Crusade

Brierfield, Lancashire

Priter Way, Bermondsey - A Story of Dockside London

Be Neighbourly

Nursing a Grievance

God’s Sovereign working in the Telugu Desh

Don’t make a mistake

In a Devon Coastal Town (Seaton)


Is this your Gospel Meeting?

Special Notice

A Situation we must face

Crediton - from 1850 to 1956

New Hall for Lynmouth

Why and Wherefore?


Spending and being Spent

Canley - Coventry

Dwindling Assemblies

Divine Sovereignty and Human Responsibility

Income and Expenditure

Resignation of Mr L. F. Morice

Musbury, Devon

Musbury, Devon - 2

Please Don’t Forget This Time

New Committee Members

Income and Expenditure

Holiday Evangelism

Home for Elderly Believers

Eastern Counties Missionary Home

The Holy Spirit

Loughton, Essex

Accounts of the Year ended August 31st, 1959

Our Future Programme

A Library for Biblical Research

Homecall of A. C. Hinton

Our Programme for 1961

Tell Yorkshire

Statement of Accounts for Year End August 1960

Dr John Heading


Home Workers Fund

The Indispensable Man

If God should go on strike

Scripture text posters

Denis Clapham

Views from the News

Copimg with difficulties within a marriage

Bexley Christian Assembly


Slow Down

Golden Bells

Bethel Gospel Chapel

Are you hooked on logic?

I cannot understand

The Bow Assembly, Devon, England

What is Relational Evangelism?

God is ...

Code name: Confusion

Matthew 24. 42

Faskally House and Trust

A Hunger for the Word

Parkside Hall, Maidenhead

2008 China’s Year!

Walk Before God

Yorkshire Christian Camp