Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
MINISTRY Editor J. R. Spangler interviews Robert W. Olson, secretary, and Ron Graybill, assistant secretary, of the White Estate.
The beginning preacher probably faces no other task in his ministry with more trepidation and less preparation. Here's how novice and veteran alike
can avoid some of the more mortifying pitfalls.
Even in this late hour indeed, because of this late hour we may sense the very footfalls of the coming King. Never before in history has the church had more evidence to believe that our Saviour may return almost immediately.
Champion warriors in the Adventist Church today who mistake each other
for the enemy, need to remember that they are on the same side and to use a two-edged weapon.
Ted Wilson, who is involved in New York City ministry, presents the case for a city evangelism directed from rural outposts.
Gottfried Oosterwal, professor of mission, presents the case for a city evangelism directed by those who themselves live in the city.
The church potluck, though much maligned, can provide a nutritious variety of healthful foods; it's up to you.
Let's begin teaching our people the hundreds of hymns in the current book that remain unknown and unsung.
We know more about Nebuchadnezzar then we do about any other ancient king, and all we know confirms the Biblical record.