November/December 2018 Issue

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November/December 2018 Issue

Perspectives

Creating with Christ

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Nuevo coordinador para la Asociación de Indiana

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The Law and the Gospel

A man is not justified by works of the law but through faith in Jesus Christ, . . . by works of the law shall no one be justified (Galatians 2:16 RSV).

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Vision Leaks

Virtually everything, over time, tends to run down. Trees sprout, grow, produce fruit, then begin to decay.

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That the World May Know

We are in the midst of such deep political divides today, not only in our country and our world, but our worldwide church also is facing serious tensions and divisions.

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Evangelism

Match Made in Heaven

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The Open Door

On the first day they served 50 local families and gave away more than 700 items of clothing. From then on, they would appropriately call the service, “The Open Door.”

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Lifestyle

Counting Every Blessing

Isn’t this the best time of year, when we gather to give thanks as we focus on our blessings?

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Healthy Holidays

Every year, many of us look fearfully towards the holidays, experiencing anxiety just thinking about it because we know how challenging it will be to face the mountains of delicious seasonal food...

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Current Matters

Lake Region president issues statement following Oakwood student shooting

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United in Mission

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How You Can Stop Sexual Abuse in Your Ministry

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Glendale Church hosts Nelson Mandela’s stepdaughter to spotlight domestic violence

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150th anniversary of first general adventist camp meeting teaches relevant lessons for tod

The Wright Church was officially organized in 1861 at a meeting led by James White and on Sept. 1-7, 1868 the first official camp meeting was held.

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When Calls Become Baptisms

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Three Angels Broadcasting Network Available in Indiana and Michigan

The potential to reach over 1.2 million residents, including the large metro cities of Indiana and Michigan .

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Different Roles, Same Goal for 40 Years

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Growth through travel

This past school year, Jessica Newkirk, a sophomore nursing major, studied Spanish at the Universidad Adventista del Plata in Entre Rios, Argentina. For her, the time with ACA opened doors.

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Portrait by an Artist: Harry ahn

Harry recently completed a painting commissioned by Andrews University of the former president Neils-Erik Andreasen, and is in the midst of establishing a painting studio in downtown Berrien Springs.

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Singing Lessons: michelle odinma's music ministry

Devotion is another tool God uses, and it’s been Michelle Odinma’s favorite since her sophomore year at Michigan State University. Her early morning devotions have led her to transition from being a teacher to a preacher.

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The Conflict Beautiful

Once the new studio got up and running, Cook and his team were able to focus on a major project that had been laid on their hearts: a special redesign of Ellen White’s Conflict of the Ages series.

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High Art: Greg Constantine 

Fresh off his exhibition at the much-publicized Grand Rapids ArtPrize, artist Greg Constantine is sitting in his art-filled studio at Andrews University, polishing up a series of comic strips slated to run in the International Camporee newspaper next August.

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Artist Illustrates Children's Book About Overcoming Fears

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