A reprint of the classic book written by Edward J. Nankivell, a member of the Institute of Journalists in London and an avid stamp collector. He wrote this book to promote the virtues of stamp collecting as a healthy recreation for everyone from the Price of Wales to ordinary school children. It was originally published in 1902. The timelessness of his lively arguments is apparent by their validity today. This book presents a fascinating and charming look at early stamp collecting. Its very readable narrative also provides a delightful glimpse into the wider world of pre-World War I England. The original book included a substantial section offering stamps and stamp collecting equipment from the original publisher. That section, as well as other illustrations, has been reproduced here and offers a unique look at the stamp collecting world of yesterday. Completely reformatted and typeset for readability.
Printing with stamps provides an easy way to be creative and playful. It is within reach of everybody and requires few materials. This rudimentary but timeless technique can produce surprisingly original results, sometimes extremely simple but at other times reminiscent of sophisticated design. You can refurbish your home without breaking the bank!
There is a clear scriptural identity of a deacon that can bless today's church. There is a distinctiveness of a deacon that can help the church grow while maintaining the original scriptural integrity and intent of the role. This book uses scripture to discuss and disclose the value of having deacons who are functioning according to the word of God. It gives clear, Bible-based descriptions of what the deacon is. It reveals the STAMP of a deacon. Being a chosen servant, teacher, assistant, minister and promoter is the STAMP of a deacon. The STAMP of the deacon is what scripturally qualifies them as great, spirit-filled leaders in their local churches.
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