Articles by Michael W. Campbell
A book review on an important Adventist Hero
How can a pastor begin to appreciate the life and writings of Martin Luther?
Benjamin McArthur’s biography is a tour de force of Adventist history.
What does it mean to follow “the Bible and the Bible alone”?
Six hundred years after his death, Jan Hus still speaks to us through his life.
The subject has always elicited strong reaction. Does the Bible address it?
Whether you are a student of Christianity in Asia or someone who has an interest in missions or church history in China, this volume is a great place to start.
Seventh-day Adventists and the formation of ministerial identity: Lessons from our past (October 2014)
This article sheds light on an important aspect of Seventh-day ecclesiology.
“God’s chosen agency for the salvation of souls”1: Lessons from the preaching ministry of Ellen G. White (April 2014)
Because Ellen White believed that proclaiming God’s Word was an essential requirement for an Adventist minister, she rebuked those who did not have this gift and urged them to pursue a different livelihood.
Reviewing the life of an eccentric genius and reluctant prophet.
In this article, the author defines a pastoral visit and explains its importance.
As a pastor, when I read this book, I was inspired by his life. His struggles with health, church conflict, and even depression give me hope.
Whether you are on a family vacation to any of these sites or are organizing a formal church or school tour group, this book is a must have!
E. Brooks Holifield examines in detail the history of clergy—both Protestant and Catholic—within American religious history.
Must-have information for the serious student who wishes to research the historical development of the church.
Two pastors share their ideas about interacting with their congregations through the sermon.
Seeking a Sanctuary will challenge Adventist ministers to better understand how those outside of our religious community view our denomination and thereby become more sensitive to our public persona.
A high and sacred calling: a look at the origins of Seventh-day Adventist ministerial training (April 2007)
Where have we come from, as it relates to preparing ministers to preach the Gospel? Where are we going?
Truth is progressive. This idea is foundational to Adventist epistemology, and ultimately, for a theology of spiritual gifts. More Than a Prophet builds on this concept by arguing that the Adventist denomination needs to grow in its understanding of Ellen White's prophetic life and ministry.