Toward on Adventist theology of worship
The forms of Seventh-day Adventist worship must take their cue from descriptions given in the Word of how worship is carried on in heaven. Our greatest liturgical task is to provide an earthly counterpart of the worship of heaven in light of the three great unifying doctrines of Adventism the Sabbath, the high-priestly ministry of Christ, and the Second Coming.
People helping people
Jesus' basic concern was to care for people s needs, both spiritual and physical. In North America, the Adventist Church is actively trying to help the public see that like its Lord, everything it is doing is designed to help people.
Judgment exalts the cross
Divorcing the judgment from salvation is like trying to separate love from marriage or color from a rainbow. Here the author describes the union between judgment and salvation as being indissoluble and at the same time paradoxical.
Professional Jealousy and the Spirit
When this elders' meeting turned into something no one had planned, the associate pastor groaned and took the news to his superior. But the pastor showed an attitude that has a lesson for us.
Managing the church's most valuable asset
People are the center around which church activities pivot, and much of our time is spent in management situations. Here are some questions to help you assess how well you manage people.
The Davenport Case
Neal C. Wilson, president of the General Conference, recently talked with MINISTRY editors about the situation in which the church finds itself regarding investments made with Dr. Donald Davenport. This interview, condensed from the hour-and-one-half conversation, ranges widely and candidly through the issues, plans for dealing with those involved, and the ethical implications for the church and its workers.
1000 Days of Reaping: A Progress Report
Various world divisions report on plans and progress in the emphasis being given to evangelism during the period from September 18, 1982, to June 15, 1985.