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Handbook, 1909
			

                      A. M. E. Church.                        27

  Total to Secretary on account
    of salary  .................... 288.65
  Number of members found on roll when entering Office  400
  Number of members added since entering Office ......   44

  Total number of members ............................. 444
  Number of certificates lapsed for
    non-payment .......................   50
  Number of members died .............     9
  Number of members found on roll when entering Office..  400

    Financial members ................   385


THE ALLEN CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR LEAGUE, NASH-
                       VILLE, TENN.
  The General Conference of 1908 made Rev. Julian C.
Caldwell Secretary of this important Department. He has
opened his office in the Sunday School Union Building, Nash-
ville, Tenn. Doctor Caldwell has spent much time organiz-
ing the people in the interest and work of Christian En-
deavor. He speaks through the Christian Recorder. By
these two methods he is likely to have great success. The
work of endeavor has increased greatly in our Church
during his first year's administration, but it will require
much activity to make this work general. He has the dif-
ficult feat to perform of making the ministry like it, pat-
ronize it, and help direct it, in order to insure success.
   Statement of Business for Year Ending May.
Receipts  ..................................................  $1029.34
Expenses  ..................................................   1085.93
Balance ........................................                 56.59
       Object and Mission of the Endeavor League.
  The Allen Christian Endeavor League is the young peoples' de-
partment of the A. M. E. Church. The name signifies church loyalty,
as n "Allen," inter-denominational fellowship, as in Christian En-
deavor, and denominational pride, as in league.
 Its cardinal principles are:
  I. To promote intelligent and practical living among the young.
 II. To train them in proper methods of Christian work and help-
fulness.
 III. Fellowship in Christ.
 IV. Loyalty to Christ's Church.




			
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Handbook, 1909


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