The focus of Hope Channel involves spreading the message of Jesus Christ, but it's not the technology that's important-it's the message.
Four suggestions on how to respond when you've been the victim of unjust treatment.Read article
From a small group of ten individuals in one area, the church in Zambia has grown to a current membership of more than 560,000 believers in 100 years.Read article
Read the four recommended strategies on restructuring the system so that the church family can handle conflict constructivelyRead article
How can a pastoral transition experience be a positive one for the pastor and congregation?Read article
The Great Commission of Matthew 28 has led pastors and churches around the world to designate 2009 as the Year of Evangelism throughout the world.Read article
If justification and salvation are free, where do we place surrender, which seems to suggest the giving up of freedom?Read article
The Seventh-day Adventist Church for many decades has used technology as one way of carrying out its mission. Hope Channel is an important tool for pastors and congregations. During a recent interview with the editors, Hope Channel president Brad Thorp and vice president Gary Gibbs shared some of the latest developments of this television ministry.Read article
Stefan Hoeschele's volume deals with the history and theological/ecclesiological development of the Seventh-day Adventist mission and church in Tanzania 1903-1980.
Book Review: Prophetess of Health: A Study of Ellen G. White
As part of its expanding Library of Religious Biography, Eerdmans has reprinted Ronald Numbers's Prophetess of Health: A Study of Ellen G. White, in recognition of her role as one of America's "important religious figures."