A.W. Lyons teachings
Addresses Meeting The Rev. A. W. Lyons, pastor of the Immanuel Baptist church, Second Second South and Fourth East slreets, scene of the convention, addressed the first general session during the afternoon. "The special teachings and find- IrsrK of the Baptists are needed In today's world," he declared, adding that fundamental beliefs of the church ere "democracy and the Jiborty of consciousness." Rev. Lyons, a member of the General Council of Northern Baptists' Baptists' convention, reviewed the work of the convention in the missionary fields, and said that reports indicate indicate an "increasing confidence in the church." C. H. Colwell, president of the Utah convention, who presided at the afternoon general meeting, Knve a short response to Rev. Lyons' welcome talk. Closing the first day on a note of hope. Rev. Pace said that "although the «nd of Jesus was thought at hand when he was put to death, his work was taken up by tens of thousands of preachers, which," he declared, "symbolizes the power of the living Christ."