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Personal evangelism is the real 'public' evangelism

Why it's more effective than public campaigns

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Teach substance and involve youth

They'll want to stay in church

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Relevant yet distinctly Adventist

Tolerance is needed for our range of expressions as we share the Gospel

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The exhaustion of Session sets in

A studio manager's urge to remain vigilant

Business Meetings

Adventist Church 'not immune to change'

Challenge of transition comes with elections

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Out of this world busyness -- and fun

The constant overload of the senses at Session

Business Meetings

Could it be time for change?

The Nominating Committee holds the power of officer employment

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Business Meetings

'People of Hope' meet a city of hope

Adventist can make positive impression in Atlanta

Business Meetings

Giving 'ultimate rebuttal' to culture of consumerism

In face of economic downturn, Christians should extend generosity

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Deeds define Christianity more than words

Preach less and do more, early Christian example suggests

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The General Conference Session, delegates and theology

It's more than just a business meeting

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Studies suggest ways church can develop faith in its young people

Upcoming third study will offer research on three generations of Adventist youth

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Problems with Adventist futurism

False excitement damages the church's image and message

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'Sir, we would see Jesus'

This includes all people groups

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Diversity from modern mobility can enrich the church

Cultural context can blur the line between theology and sociology

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When your donation greases the mission wheel

Mission offerings help less glamorous projects assist those in need

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What would Jesus carry?

Bearing arms is incongruous with Christian values

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A deeper response to a deeper disaster

Desperation in Haiti is more about poverty than an earthquake

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Caring is an attitude

Do I care about the world of needs around me when I am not asked to care?

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