Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
When studying the Bible remember these two ideas.
As you read this article, contemplate the meaning of the phrase “but he had to” in the story of Jesus’ choice to go through Samaria when other routes were available.
A young monk nailed ninety-five propositions to a church door in Wittenburg 465 years ago this month. Reviewing the movement that was sparked by those hammer blows may help to put a hammer in our hands today.
Though often seen as a book revealing the future, Revelation
also should be read as a message that illumes the present.
There may be pressure and reason to exclude people from
our fellowship. The call to include them is more compelling.