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June 2009

 

Editorial: Many avenues, one destination

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.

 

When you are treated unfairly

Four suggestions on how to respond when you've been the victim of unjust treatment.

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Reflections on the centennial celebration

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.

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An Adventist approach to Islam

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Family systems in congregational settings

Read the four recommended strategies on restructuring the system so that the church family can handle conflict constructively

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The vacant parish: Managing a pastoral search process

How can a pastoral transition experience be a positive one for the pastor and congregation?

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Rediscovering public evangelism

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.

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Surrender: The neglected imperative in salvation

If justification and salvation are free, where do we place surrender, which seems to suggest the giving up of freedom?

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The gospel to all the world: An interview with Hope Channel

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.

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Book Review: Christian Remnant- African Folk Church Seventh-day Adventism in Tanzania 1903-1980

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."

 

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