Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
To many, discipline has negative connotations. But your self-discipline will benefit yourself, your family, and your church.
When was the first time you received a pastoral visit? Do you ignore some members because they are harder to visit?
Traditionally, most of Christianity has believed in an unending hell. But does the Bible really support such a teaching?
How can you recognize burnout and differentiate it from other physical and psychological problems? And what
can you do about it?
How safe are our children within the fortress of Christian education? Are they learning to exercise their faith, or only their minds?
The pastor's wife is typically expected to be warm, bubbly, and outgoing. But what if she is naturally shy? What are the roots of shyness, and how can a shy person have an effective ministry?
What would the public think of Christianity if all the
skeletons in the personal and corporate closets were dragged out?
On Health and Religion. This article is provided by the Health and Temperance Department of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.