Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
Read these seven elements that illustrate themes of a biblical vision of pastoral ministry noted in Paul’s letter to Timothy.
Relational evangelism for a “now” generation. . . . Read what can happen when a church in the city embraces its millennials, artists, and intellectually curious.
Read an example of how your church can help save lives in its community.
Disciple making in an urban center requires connecting with people, engaging with the culture, serving sacrificially, living faith publicly, and challenging reasoning.
The author asks, “Could Jesus return today?” and hopes to be among the last generation when Jesus returns!
How do we, as ministers of the gospel, respond to the questions voiced in our society?
How is interpretive theology attained in parish life?
To understand motivation, the author recommends beginning with a scriptural starting point.
Quotations can make or break sermons. The following suggestions are offered as an aid in making the most of quotations that speakers might wish to use in their pulpit discourses.
"The temptation to recline. The temptation to shine. The temptation to whine."