Series VI
Speeches and writings, 1934-1983
Boxes 9-12

Box Folder Content
9 19 [ACTS, CORA, and MUST II]
9 19 "Amenability"
9 19 "And He Said Unto Them, Follow Me"
9 19 Annual Conference As A Reminder (Area Supplement)
9 20-21 The Appointive System, 1976 January
9 22 Bishop Short on the General Conference, 1968
9 22 Bishop U.V.W. Darlington, 1954
9 22 Bishop's Pastoral Message, 1967
9 22 The Bishop's Physical Health
9 22 The Bishops and Current Developments Regarding the Episcopacy, circa 1968
9 23 The Bishops and the 1964 General Conference--An Appraisal
9 23 The Bishops and the Protection of the Church
9 23 The Bishops, the Church, and the Racial Situation Today, 1963
9 24 The Black Manifesto. The Black Manifesto and Subsequent Developments (see also The Reaction in the Churches), 1969 November
9 24 Board of Missions (used in 1964-1968 Quadrennial Report)
9 24 The Board of Missions and the Bishops
9 24 The Camp Meeting
9 24 Camp Meetings--A History, 1934
9 24 Can A Lay Person Be Elected and Consecrated a Bishop?
9 25 The Case for E.U.B. [Evangelical United Brethren Church] Union
9 25 Central Committee of the World Council of Churches, 1962
9 25 A Charge of Foot-Dragging, 1966
10 1-2 Chosen To Be Consecrated: The Bishops of the Methodist Church, 1784-1968. Lake Junaluska, North Carolina: The United Methodist Church, Commission on Archives and History, 1976
10 3 The Church as Institution and Instrument, 1964
10 3 Church Union in Process, circa 1968
10 3 [The Churches of Middle Tennessee, ca. 1964]
10 3 The College of the Church
10 3 Comments on Ministry Study Paper
10 4 Comments upon the Reports on the Nashville Consultation
10 5 The Coming General Conference (Area Supplement)
10 6 The Common People and the Church
10 6 Concerns, Confusion, and Concrete Action, 1968
10 6 Concerns of the Church in Mission, 1972 June
10 6 COCU [Consultation on Church Union]
10 6 Convocation on the Black Church, circa 1972
10 7 COSMOS, 1979 February 18
10 8 Council of Bishops, 1979 April
10 9 [The Council on Ministries and Administration]
10 9 Current Discussions of the Episcopacy
10 9 Dealing Administratively with Minorities, 1972
10 9 Decision No. 513
10 9 Do Away [With] Episcopacy
10 10 Ecumenical Affairs, 1963
10 10 The Ecumenical Movement and Present Trends, 1965 July
10 11 [Emory University]
10 11 The Episcopacy in Methodism, 1967
10 11 Episcopal Greetings, 1972
10 12 Ethical Relationships of Bishops and Their Successors
10 12 Ethical Relationships of Bishops to One Another
10 13 E.U.B. Union
10 13 Factors Giving Pause in Matter of Largely Expanded Institution
10 13 Factors to be Considered
10 13 The Faith of the E.U.B. and the Methodist Churches
10 13 Functions of the Council of Bishops
10 13 General Conference, 1960
10 13 General Conference Issues to which to Address Ourselves, 1966, 1972
10 13 The General Involvement of the Bishops in the General Conference
10 14 The General Oversight and Promotion, 1983 May
10 14 Getting E.U.B.--Methodist Union on the Track, 1966 April
10 14 The Glory of the Parish Ministry
10 14 How Christ Must Be Presented to Modern Man to Win Their Loyalty
10 14 How We Arrived Where We Are In Mission
10 15 The Human Element in Our Heritage, 1970
10 15 I Saw A Bishop
10 15 The Inadequacy of Words
10 15 Institutionalism
10 15 Interjurisdictional Relations
10 15 "The Jurisdictional System," 1964
10 16 The Kentucky Conference and Appalachia
10 16 Kentucky Wesleyan Inauguration
10 16 King, Martin Luther, 1968 April 5
10 16 Korean Visit
10 17 The Larger Church and the Local Congregation
10 17 The Last Board Meeting (Area Supplement)
10 17 The Last Twenty-four Hours of a General Conference
10 18 A Laudable Plan for Methodism in County (Area Supplement)
10 18 Leaving for Conference (Area Supplement)
10 18 The Local Church in Mission, 1971
10 18 A Look at the Secretaryship [of the Council of Bishops]
10 18 Louisville Conference Cabinet
10 18 Major Problems of the Council of Bishops as Seen by the Secretary
10 19 The Man on the Front Line, circa 1964
10 19 The Martin Situation As of Date, 1954 10 April
10 19 McKendree, William
10 19 Memorandum for Nominating Committee
10 19 Memorial Service, Jurisdictional Conference, 1976
10 20 Memories at Christmas
10 20 Merger of Conferences and Districts
10 20 Message to [American] People Called Methodists
10 20 Methodism Had A Method
10 20 Methodist Appointments (Area Supplement)
10 20 The Methodist Church and the Financial Calls of the World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches
10 20 The Methodist Church of Cuba, 1983
11 1 The Methodist Concept of a World Church
11 1 The Methodist General Conference of 1966
11 2-3 The Methodist Heritage and Its Contribution to the Church Universal
11 4 [Methodist Home of Kentucky]
11 4 "The Methodist Witness In The Wesley Hymns"
11 4 [Methodist Women], 1965
11 4 The Minister's Role as Interpreter, 1962
11 5 Ministry in the Methodist Church
11 5 "A Ministry for the Tennessee Conference"
11 5 Napier, Brian Wilson
11 5 The National Council
11 5 New Strains upon the Connectionalism of Methodism, 1965 November 14
11 5 The Next Phase of the Quadrennial Emphasis (Area Supplement)
11 6 A Notation on Life Episcopacy
11 6 One Lord, One People, One Witness
11 6 "One Witness in One Word."
11 7 Operation of Methodism Overseas
11 7 Ordination in United Methodism: A Historical Summary, circa 1976
11 8 The Oslo Conference
11 8 Our Thanks (Area Supplement), 1968-1969
11 8 "Paine College and the Southeastern Jurisdiction," 1968 January 30
11 8 The Pastoral Proposal to the Church, 1965 July 4
11 8 Possible Follow-Through (General Conference Rules)
11 9 Present Trends in the Ecumenical Movement
11 9 Problems for the Council of Bishops, 1970
11 10 The Proposed Discipline of the United Methodist Church, 1965 November
11 10 The Proposed Program Council
11 11 Quadrennial Program, 1966-1968, presented in April 1965
11 11 Quartette (World Methodist Conference)
11 11 The Reaction in the Churches (See also The Black Manifesto and Subsequent Developments)
11 11 The Relationship of the United Methodist Church to the National Council of Churches, 1969 June 27
11 12 Relationships with Affiliated Autonomous Churches, 1984
11 13 Report of the Louisville Area, 1964-1968
11 13 Report on European Visitation, 1954 November
11 13 Report on Southeast Asia
11 13 Resolution [Sells, James W.], 1970 March
11 13 The Responsibilities of An Annual Conference in a Day Such as Our Own, 1970 June
11 14 Retiring Bishops, 1980
11 14 The Role of the Council of Bishops
11 14 A Rotation or Life Episcopacy, 1976
11 14 The Significance of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
11 14 A Significant Year Ahead (Area Supplement), 1968 January
11 15 Situation Conferences--EACC
11 15 The Situation In Methodism Can Be Worked Out If
11 16 Some Voices to Hear, 1975 November 14
11 17 The Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference, The United Methodist Church: The Episcopal Message, 1968 July 24-28
11 18 Southeastern Jurisdictional Council. The Southeastern Jurisdictional Council and the General Situation in the Church Today, 1969 October 21
11 18 Special Assignment Possibilities for Bishops Retired but Not Yet Seventy-two Years of Age
11 19 The State of the World and the State and Need of the Church, 1971 June 9
11 19 Statement for Methodist Time Capsule, 1966
11 19 Statement on COCU [Consultation on Church Union]
12 1 [Statement to] Structure Committee, 1968-1972
12 1 A Statement to the Holston Cabinet, circa 1955
12 1 Structure--A Historical View
12 1 Study of the Episcopacy
12 2 The Succession Wherein We Stand
12 3 The Thinking of Our People
12 3 Time of Decision, 1967; To See The Whole World (Area Supplement); Together and Connectionalism, 1965 December
12 3 Toward a Richer Devotional Life, 1955 February 8-11; Tribute to a Beloved Couple (Area Supplement); A Tribute to Bishops Franklin and Harmon; Two Possibilities
12 4 Union of the Methodist and Evangelical United Brethren Churches, 1965 July 15
12 5 [Upper Room]; Visit to Antigua, 1967 May; Visit to Fiji, circa 1967; We Sing Our Theology; 1966 September 6; Welch, Bishop Herbert, 1970
12 6 The Welcome Dinner (Area Supplement); What Is Happening To The Bible?; What Leadership Can the United Church Expect of its Bishops?
12 7 What the Southeastern Jurisdiction Now Faces, 1966
12 8 When Ye Have Done All; Where We Are in Merger in Kentucky, 1970; Where We Are Now, 1966; Women in the General Conference; The Word is Reconciliation (Area Supplement), circa 1968
12 9 The World Methodist Council--The Way Ahead
12 10-14 Untitled, 1959-1981
12 15-16 Untitled and undated
12 17 Miscellaneous correspondence
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