A thirty-five year span is a significant period in the history of a church, especially in the bewildering world in which we now live. How has God's chosen, remnant church fared during this period of earth's history? Most churches during the last thirty-five years in Christiandom have taken a very sharp turn towards (1) ecumenism, (2) Pentecostalism, (3) Roman Catholicism, and (4) worldly practices. How has our beloved church fared? This book examines the answer to this question through the evaluations of eight consecutive General Conference Sessions.
Few delegates or visitors have attended eight consecutive General Conference sessions but one of the authors has. This review of the actions taken, messages presented and the activities undertaken will be of deep interest to church members and church leaders alike.