Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
One who travels about a great deal and visits in many different churches, large or small, has an opportunity to observe many things that a local pastor or elder never sees.
We are called to give the gospel to the millions.
What do you need to make you good ministers, fruitful laborers?
In order that strength and unity may be maintained in a conference, there must be equal or proportionate consideration given to all departments.
Of all the things that a minister must do, the most difficult is, not raising in-gathering funds or building churches, but preaching. What does it mean to be a preacher?
The method of introducing visiting ministers and speakers in our churches needs to be given greater thought by our workers generally.
In the busy activities of life, and in the hurry and bustle of church affairs, there is danger that we as workers shall be robbed of that which is most essential to all spiritual life and ministry,—prayer and Bible study.
The apostle Paul understood the necessity of a personal, living connection with God.