Five Great Needs

Henry Clay Morrison

In my observation of conditions in our country, I have become fully persuaded that the Five Great Needs in order to the preservation of our homes, the spirituality of the Church, in its mission of evangelization of mankind, the building of character, enforcement of law, and the development of an intelligent, righteous and progressive civilization are: First, good family government with discipline and guidance, which produces obedience among children. Second, the regernation of the Holy Spirit of the individual in the early morning of life. Third, that Christian Educaiton which prepares one for the duties of life, and produces intelligent, conscientious citizenship. Fourth, industry, beginning in the early youth, that will take the place of the city gymnasium. Fifth, the prompt enforcement of law, so that those who are criminally inclined will be deterred, realizing that if they do violate the law they will be promptly and severly punished.