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January/February 2020 Issue

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January/February 2020 Issue




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Building a miniature house ministry

Carol Beal, a former missionary to Rwanda and long-time Berrien Springs resident, has embarked upon a unique means of using her artistic skills to inspire others and further God’s cause. She has manifested her proficiency in arts and crafts in different ways for much of her life.

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A Modern Day Joseph

The Bible is replete with stories of divinely chosen examples of ordinary people who worked in modest positions in society whom  God used for His glory, people who saw themselves too small to be used by God.

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Jesus among theologians and political scientists

Jesus among the Theologians and Political Scientists was one of three breakout options in the afternoon time-slot of the Jesus and Politics conference.

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Jim Wallis' interview with David Hamstra

Jim Wallis is a theologian, activist and editor-in-chief of Sojourners. His responses have been edited for conciseness and clarity.

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Christians, Liberty and Justice Today

The “Jesus and Politics: Christians, Liberty and Justice Today” conference convened the evening of Thursday, October 17, 2019, on the campus of Andrews University.

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Jesus Among the Religious Liberty Advocates

On October 17 to 19, 2019, Andrews University hosted the Jesus and Politics Conference, which sought to prompt Christians, especially Seventh-day Adventist Christians, to be reasonably aware of and active in the various goings-on within political, social and economic realms, yet do so upon the bedrock of Christ’s character, teachings, example and ultimate culmination of His kingdom.

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Christian Citizenship Today

We all know that Jesus kept out of politics. Ellen White tells us that “the Savior attempted no civil reforms” and “kept aloof from earthly governments.” The cure for human woes, she said, “must regenerate the heart” (Desire of Ages, p. 510). So a generation or two of Adventists have sat outside of political activism, and focused on private efforts of evangelism, education, and health reform. 

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