Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
A hobbyist is almost always an extremist, and is liable to regard his own special work as the cure for all evils.
There are some ministers who think that temperance lectures are entertaining and illuminating, but that they have no converting power.
Both the Scriptures and the Spirit of prophecy discourage debating as a means of winning souls to Christ and promulgating the gospel.
What is prayer? How do we pray for the sick?
A report from the sixth spearhead effort held in the new Seventh-day Adventist church in La Crosse.
0ur beautiful and impressive cover is a part of the great Reformation monument in Geneva, Switzerland.
"Open Thou Mine Eyes." How to Prepare for Retirement.
Occasionally we receive letters from staid, loyal Seventh-day Adventists who lament the sensational methods employed by some along the line of time setting.
We are grateful to the Ministry for giving us an opportunity to appeal through its columns to the pastors and local church elders concerning the religious liberty campaign for the month of January, 1941.
The calendar-revision question has taken on new life since the International Labor Council succeeded in getting the ear of the League of Nations.