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A thoughtful businessman remarked that he had discovered a new reason for believing that a church is a divine institution. "No other enterprise," he said, "could survive if managed so haphazardly." This statement is so true of the Sunday school. Generally speaking this school is an agency within the church, yet inseparable from t.he church whole. The Sunday school is more than a business enterprise. It is and basically should be a soul saving station, but it is also an educational institution. The affairs with which it must deal, should be of sufficient importance to be efficiently and effectively handled.
Schott, Walter J., "The In-Service Training of Sunday School Personnel" (1960). Western Evangelical Seminary Theses. 443.