Mark Finley

Mark A. Finley, DDiv, is the founder and president of the Living Hope School of Evangelism in Haymarket, Virginia, United States. He also serves as an assistant to the president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Silver Spring, Maryland, United States.

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God of the open door

A beloved leader calls us to view a dispiriting streak of closed doors to the church as a providential stream of open doors to the community.

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Undying influence: Reflections on Billy Graham’s influence

Dr. Graham's undying influence will continue to live on.

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Cultivating relationships through small groups

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.

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United in message, mission, and organization

Study with the author the challenges of unity in a growing church with divergent opinions while being one body led by one Spirit.

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Unity: Then and now--A divine movement united in mission and message

In this article, we are challenged to look deep into our spirituality to maintain church unity in the face of Christ’s commission.

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Breaking through: Christ’s methods in the twenty-first century

How can we follow Jesus’ example and make a difference while living in this postmodern society?

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Religious news from around the world.

NY13: A comprehensive evangelistic initiative

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Biblical Spirituality: Rediscovering Our Biblical Roots or Embracing the East?

A Christ-centered, Bible-based approach to meditation, contemplative prayer, and spiritual formation.

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28 Years in an Iron Lung

A little over a year ago, after the interview took place, Joan Herman developed a malignancy that took her life. Courageous to the end, and trusting fully in God, her last days were spent in continued ministry to those about her.

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