Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
An ancient inscription and a large pile of slag point to Israel's construction of the tabernacle following the Exodus.
By comparing Old Testament and New Testament references to the fall of Babylon we can learn how to be a part of the true Israel of God today.
Identifying your church's strengths and weaknesses can help you enlarge its entryways and close its exits.
How is it possible for an imperfect person to feel comfortable in the presence of a perfect God?
Expressing your love in tangible ways appropriate to your spouse's needs and personality will enrich your relationship.
You can renew your people's faith in God by using the anointing service for its intended purpose instead of reserving it for those on their deathbed.
Organize as you research.
This article is submitted by the Health and Temperance Department of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists