Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
One of the most heartening features of the recent Autumn Council was the discussion on evangelism. Here's a report.
Portion of devotional study, Autumn Council, Grand Rapids, Michigan, October, 1946.
A symposium in three parts.
Dealing with unpleasant experiences and interruptions
Lessons from a recent evangelistic event.
The importance of gaining understanding and gaining good will. Some recent experiences give emphasis to this point.
Statistics show that the large majority of young people who become Christians and join the church do so during the adolescent period. Pastors should take advantage of this information.
The counsel of the Spirit of prophecy is that we should visit the ministers of other faiths when we come to a new town.
Even missionaries, it seems, are not immune from the fear and dislike of making new discoveries and adopting new methods in work.
Naturally our missionaries preach the gospel to everybody. But it is sometimes charged by opposers that our aim primarily is to reach adherents of other churches.