Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
The counsel of the great apostle Paul that men should be ordained in every church to care for the members of the flock is particularly important.
Is it possible for any Seventh-day Adventist to be in good standing in the church who is not interested enough in the work of the church to be a member of the Sabbath school?
There is nothing of small importance in the life, influence, and work of a gospel worker.
While all the services connected with the Lord's house and worship should be characterized by reverence, special solemnity should invest the sacred services of baptism, the communion, and marriages and funerals.