Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
You’ll find here a demonstration that faithful contextualization can actually deepen a person’s conversion and discipleship.
By 1871, the trend of rapid growth reversed so badly that the church actually declined that year. How did the tide eventually turn?
From our continuing Revival and Reformation series.
The mentoring model of Jesus, as outlined in Mark 3:14, contains three characteristics that are examined in this article.
Three aspects in the Creation accounts of Genesis are explored regarding the “eternity” of the Sabbath: man’s creation in the image of God, God’s blessing the Sabbath,
and God’s sanctification of the Sabbath.
The author includes a response to the question of whether Adventist spirituality is unique.
The author advises that “when using and interpreting the writings of Ellen G. White, we must apply the same principles of interpretation to them as we do to Scripture.”