Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
Thoughts from the editor's desk.
Omaha Presidents' Council: Listening in on the First Day's Session, October 23, 1930.
The greatest need of this movement today is a more spiritual ministry.
It appears to me that one of the first essentials in the consideration of this problem is to make absolutely sure, from the standpoint of leadership, that "greater spirituality, piety, and usefulness" are the objectives toward which we are leading.
The role of the conference president in training men.
We all realize, and could truthfully testify to the solemn conviction resting upon our hearts, that we stand today in need of a great spiritual awakening, and that we must have more power from God.
There is a basic difference between a missionary spirit and the spirit of a missionary.
The present-day evolutionary philosophy is the great apostasy of the last days, and it is this philosophy which sets the stage for the final struggle between good and evil.
A personal testimony.
The suggestion that faint pencil outline be made on paper, which is invisible to the audience until traced with chalk or crayola, is a most excellent idea.