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Christ is central
Though many Friends would choose peace, love, or social concerns, proclaiming Jesus Christ is our highest priority. Page 2

Is it hard to part?
Editor Jack L. Willcuts' visit and ministry among eastern Friends brings new meaning to the words "separation" and "unity." Page 5

'Now I'm more careful for whom I pray'
"How does God answer most prayers? By supernatural methods? No, I think most prayers are answered through other people." Page 6

The secularization of mental processes
Ideals, values, and the discovery of God are distinctives of Christian higher education, believes an eminent Friends scholar. Page 8

Missionary Voice
Two spirit scenes 10
'Thank you, God, for all the mountains!' 12
Impossible? 13
Mexican praise and prayer notes 13

Kansas town takes pride in Help-Line
A small community can profit from the listening ear and friendly voice of an anonymous telephone counseling service. Page 16

'The Country Fair'
Friends and neighbors in Omaha, Nebraska, enjoy an evening of fun as a climax to a Sunday school enlargement campaign. Page 18

Regular Features
Friends Write 2
The Face of the World 4
The Children's Page 14
Friends Concerns 19
Friends Gather 24
Books 27
Over the Teacup 28


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Evangelical Friend, September 1972 (Vol. 6, No. 1)