Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
This book has been apotheosized, crystalized, and mummified——but deep insights await the one who is willing to dig for the treasures buried there.
No matter how carefully formulated, propositional truth is at best a cold, lifeless corpse without the quickening spirit of a personal relationship.
Laymen and ministers in El Salvador unite in the most productive evangelistic effort in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
A pastor needs the personal confidence to say, "I can do a number of jobs well, but God has called me to the ministry and humbly I accept the challenge."
"The greatest honor a man can receive is conferred by a touch on the heart."
The local congregation is the most visible manifestation of the body
of Christ, and the church is the depository of authority."
James David Chase and Jere Wallack take a second look at local radio evangelism, examining some of the reasons pastors are not on the air.
Response and Reaction to Elder Wilson's "Open Letter." MINISTRY summarizes comments from readers and analyzes them.