Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
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By intentionally embracing humility, courtesy, tenderness, and compassion, one can become one hundred, two can become two hundred, and three can become three hundred.
Baptisms, boards, business meetings . . . What’s your number one leadership priority? Is there room on your list for relationships and rapport?
Inspirational thoughts from our ongoing revival and reformation series.
“First-time visitor? So glad to see you!” It’s one thing to welcome them; it’s another thing to keep them. Pick up
these five indispensable principles and create a “sticky church.”
They mattered in Jesus’ day; they matter today. Discover why paying attention to people is still the best evangelistic approach.
Scholars recognize the apocalyptic significance of the seal in Revelation 7. But what about “the other seal”? This Pauline perspective is an absolute imperative for preachers of the eschaton.
Can a church, blessed with gifts of diversity, prioritize relationships over being right, unity over uniformity,
interdependence over independence, and compassion over control?
It’s OK to be apprehensive about them; it’s not OK to avoid them. Take home this seven-point strategy to successfully reach out to “pre-Adventists.” It’s easy. It’s effective. It’s even exciting.