Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
The need for a less fragmented and more integrated expression of Seventh-day Adventist belief
Staying the course and maintaining the vision, especially in difficult times (a sermon)
Embracing the varying gifts and emphases of one another in ministry
Creating an effective, productive pastor's class.
four key questions for the "instant parent" of an orphaned "church plant."
The dynamic, positive role of negative forces in human experience.
Applying four New Testament growth principles in the church.
Sorting out the interaction of day-to-day human intervention with miraculous, divine intervention.
Tracing God's healing involvement in every circumstance.