“Side by side, wearing the yoke of Christ, the laborers of God must do their appointed work.  The question as to who is our neighbor is answered in the mission fields at home and abroad that await our labor.  These call for no Pharisaical principles, no narrow views.  The worker is not to follow his own ideas and plans for work.  The Lord’s individuality is to be sunk in no living being.  Christ’s followers are to love God supremely, and their neighbor as themselves.”

The Home Missionary, June 1, 1897