Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
Only the work accomplished with much prayer, will avail in the end."—The Desire of Ages, p. 362.
Relationships With Non-Adventist Ministers
A sermon given in the Temple City church, Glendale, California.
The need for clergyman.
Already the shortage of ministers is apparent.
Book recommendations from Harold L. Calkins
To come apart and rest awhile, to meditate, read and pray, to commune with God, with nature, and with our own hearts is re-creation indeed of the mental, spiritual, and physical powers.
If the apostle Paul considered books an important part of his life, should not we take advantage of this inexhaustible source of information and inspiration?
What keeps great preachers preaching? The lives of some of history's greatest reveal the common thread of a strong devotional life. The secret of their strength lay in their constant devotion to prayer and Bible study.
A call to the minister to be well read in high quality literature.