As I wrote this article, we were approaching the Thanksgiving season, anticipating the arrival of our family. Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday, primarily because of its spiritual dimension that calls us to reconnect with our Creator in gratitude.
As we have seen, by 1888 the disjunction between Adventism and the evangelical understanding of salvation had become problematic.
God desires for everyone to be saved, thus He sent His Son to make the greatest sacrifice the universe has ever known. Today, Adventists are being called and equipped globally to prepare people for the Kingdom that awaits.
"There will come a time in our lives when it takes courage to say "No" when we are faced with temptation, when we know something is not right. But we must have the courage to say "No."
For the last six years, the Green Bay Seventh-day Adventist Community Services has had increasing opportunities to branch out from a small "give away" store and food pantry.
"Life in the open air is good for the body and mind. It is God's medicine for restoration of health. Pure air, good water, sunshine, the beautiful surroundings of nature..."
Although the research originated in the late '90s, the ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) study continues to be a source of discussion in various arenas - secular and within the church.
Teaching teenagers in the community how to live healthy and happy lives, helping them to reach their full potential in mind, body and spirit are goals of a new pilot program between two hospitals...
If love is the fulfillment of the law, you cannot keep God’s law simply by refraining from doing wrong things. The law commands us to actions of love — indeed, not just occasional actions but to a lifestyle of love.
Dialogue About Biblical Justice Today