Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
Evangelism is to the church what wings are to a bird! Clip the wings and the bird falters in its flight and finally ends up creeping! An odd position for a bird—creeping!
The petition, "Give us this day our daily bread," is more than an illustration of the depth and breadth and height of the loving care of God.
The important role of planning and preparation to preaching.
We may think of intemperance as the octopus of sin. It is an inveterate evil that can strike at the heart of even a preacher.
All who are authorized to preach are evangelists by act and not by method.
One of the most thrillingly interesting and dramatic meetings it has ever been my pleasure to attend was a gathering of some four hundred Protestant missionaries in Central China.
A preacher can be the best Adventist in his church, and every minister should be, and yet not make his ministry and preaching distinctively Adventist.
What did Paul mean by "reasonable service" in Romans 12?
How much the seeming imminence of war affect our discourse and sermons?
We here continue the discussion begun in the preceding number of THE MINISTRY on our approaches to other Protestant groups.