Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
Adventist schools overseas-increasing in number, breadth, and depth-are helping to meet the church's need for a well-trained work force.
How can we keep Adventist education from falling prey to the aimless drift that afflicts so much of America's educational system?
If evangelism is not an important goal of our educational system, our schools should not be called Christian schools.
All over the world, wherever pastors and teachers work together, students are being led to Christ.
If there is a university near you, chances are good that Adventist students are attending. How can you meet their needs?
The fate of the church rests squarely upon the shoulders of its leaders. Where are you leading your church?
Here's how you can handle those liabilities your occupation as a preacher poses to your children.
Are the celebration churches bringing Pentecostalism into the Adventist Church? Should the church allow this style of worship?