Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
The exile of Pope Pius VI in 1798 has been seen by Adventists as an event with prophetic significance. Cedric Ward analyzes Napoleon's role in that happening.
Evangelism in the capitals of two nations results in the baptism of hundreds.
Evangelistic meetings conducted by General Conference personnel result in hundreds baptized.
The General Conference president writes to Adventist church leaders on the subject of Righteous by Faith.
An appeal to church leaders, written in 1890, needs to be read and reread.
"And of the children of Issachar . . . were men that had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do"(l Chron. 12:32).
An interview with E. H. J. Steed, Director, General Conference Temperance Department, regarding Temperance Year 1979.
Arthur L White begins a series dealing with the preparation, expansion, and revision of various editions of his grandmother's works.
The King's Highway. This royal road, often mentioned in the Bible, tied Israel into the very hub of ancient international contact.
What Assurance of Salvation Can a Seventh-day Adventist Christian Have——II? How will such assurance be shown in the everyday life?