Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
In order to build on the sure foundation, the word of God, one must seek for the true meaning of the word.
It is easy for us to see how institutionalism has hindered evangelism in mission lands in the case of other mission boards; but are we not in danger of drifting in the same direction?
There is one sure, certain way to have success in working for souls——the way of personal contact.
Readers of the Ministry will be interested in a report of the recent Student Volunteer Movement convention held in Buffalo, December 30 to January 3.
Next to the direct operation of the Holy Spirit upon the human heart, the profound and sincere belief of the preacher in the integrity of the message he proclaims is doubtless the most potent influence that can be brought to bear upon the hearer.
The rebuke and appeal in the following letter, sent recently to one of our evangelists, touch upon a point that unfortunately makes it personal to many who are engaged in the gospel ministry.
Often our young men, and older ones too, are pressed into the service of conducting the music in our meetings, even when without previous experience. For such, a few suggestions may be timely.
Reviewing the method of understanding the prophetic periods of Daniel and Revelation.
When in 1875 I accepted "present truth," my whole outlook was changed, and life seemed to take on a new meaning.
To speak successfully in the open-air forum, one needs to have a very definite conviction that he has a divine message, and must not be moved from its presentation.