Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
Paul recognized the importance of reading, both in his own life and in his counsel to the young ministers under his care.
Countering the idea that the work for our young people is largely finished once they are baptized.
Written shortly before Elder Cone's recent transfer to the Florida Conference.—EDITOR.
One of the gifts of the Spirit of God is that of pastors. (Eph. 4:8, 11.) No pastor can be successful in his ministry unless this gift of heaven is daily bestowed upon him.
After attending two prominent schools where the standards of artistic church choirs are of the highest, I am impressed with certain trends, which, if carried over into our work, would dilute the strength of our vocal-music program.
The Bible instructor today would do well to capitalize in present-day interest in the continued serial story.
Truth teaching has been greatly simplified by using the different sets of graduated studies now published for home Bible study.
Are you in the "canning" business of Philippians 4:13?
Evangelistic Orthodoxy and Unorthodoxy
Vital "Testimony" Counsels.