Accent on What Is Vital

A novelist writes of a youth who says: “There is enough chaos in me for the Lord to create another universe out of.” This is true not only for him but for many of the rest of us. Note that it is creative chaos; for the youth recognizes that God can bring a universe of order from it.   This article appears in Volume 1, Number 3 published July 16, 1955 Download the PDF here 🔒

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Wilmina Rowland is executive secretary of the United Church Women, an organization comprising ten million members. This spring she delivered the above address as the convocation speech during Religion-in-Life Week at the University of Pittsburgh.

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