Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
That which brings fear to the world, brings courage to the church, because the most distressing circumstances are recognized as signs of our Lord's near return.
Reviewing a recent prejudiced attack against Seventh-day Adventists.
Third in a series of worship talks given at the General Conference office.
An address given at the Southern New England ministerial council, January, 1962.
Are we still a people of the book?
The most complete and important of the many descriptions of the final message to be given "in the spirit and power of Elias" to "make ready a people prepared for the Lord" is recorded in Revelation 14:6-14.
Andrews University believes in having a building large enough for housing its increasing number of books, magazines, and collections.
To many Seventh-day Adventists the book of Ezekiel is just as enigmatic and difficult as the books of Daniel and Revelation seem to be to other denominations.
In Judas we see a distorted character, twisted by sin and eaten out by pride.