Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
If we wish to minister with power, we must pray. But often we find prayer squeezed out of our lives by the multiplicity of duties that fill our days. The author suggests how prayer can begin again to surcharge our lives and empower our ministry.
Cumbersome jargon and the multisyllable are often only a mask for shallow and superficial thought. To feed every member in your pews, study deeply and preach simply.
If the world is to be won for Christ, there is no substitute for a passion for souls.
Is it in the best interest of the church for a person to remain in a leadership position for decades simply because he has avoided serious mistakes and egregious blunders?
The role of clarity and simplicity in preaching
A clarion call to reestablish family worship