Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
An impressive volume that thoughtfully reviews Seventh-day Adventist teachings in light of of Luther and the Reformation.
Twelve revolutionary principles of Martin Luther took center stage—then. Examining current pastoral practices, to what extent can we still call ourselves heirs of the Reformation—now?
Luther received the baton of righteousness by faith, then passed it on. The final runners are carrying it to the
finish line. It’s called the three angels’ messages. It’s the everlasting gospel.
A persistent and consistent prayer life propelled the gospel during the Protestant Reformation. A look at our prayer life today begs the question—is the protest over?
All agree that pastors and church members should work together. Luther revived the doctrine of the priesthood of all believers—is the doctrine now on life support?
A beloved university pastor once penned his version of the Ninety-Five Theses, based on justification by faith. Should these "95 theses" be fastened to the door of our hearts?
From our continuing revival and reformation series.
Many recognize there were reformers before Luther; few know about the Waldenses. Here is the fascinating history of the sacrificial contribution of the Waldenses—from one who knows.
How can a pastor begin to appreciate the life and writings of Martin Luther?