Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
The people in your parsonage are the most important people of all to you. Here are some suggestions for keeping them that way.
A study of 3,217 members in 28 churches across the Lake Union indicates common denominators for both church and individual growth.
Not what some Adventists have concluded, says the author.
Why don't the editors of Ministry have more to say on the current discussions regarding the nature of Christ and righteousness by faith? Where do you stand on these issues?
Isn't tracing "I love you" in wet sand with the big toe of the right foot enough of a ceremony, if a couple is really in love?
Symptoms of this ancient disorder are not lacking in the church today. Watch for questions like, "How many baptisms?" and "How much money?"
Cities . . . thousands of them. . . . People by the millions. . . . People ignorant of God's message for our day. But there is a way they could be reached.
Bishop John A. T. Robinson, the man who wrote "Honest to God," now comforts the conservatives.