Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
Highlighting the sesquicentennial of the Adventist Church
David Trim, Rowena Moore, and Benjamin Baker answer questions about what they call “a three-legged stool—archives, statistics, and research” that represents a department at the General Conference headquarters.
Paul’s discourse on Phoebe hints at the remarkable stature this woman had among the early Christians.
Spotlight on revival and reformation
How might a pastor dialogue with someone who has elevated sincerity to the top of his or her virtue rankings?
The author describes how a careful study of our history and teachings will show that a positive ecumenism and a problematic ecumenism exist.
In Acts 15, Luke records the first Jerusalem Council as they deliberated on issues. Read the description of ways the early church dealt with controversial doctrinal problems.
Read how the biblical story of Jonathan centers on a vision implementation with practical applications for leaders.
Book review on faith, friendship, and freedom
A minister’s guide to online resources on Adventist history