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Have you ever played the game “What if?” It starts when someone (usually a teenager) asks “what if you had a million dollars?” or “what if you had just one week to live?” The spontaneous game ends whe...
Deana Stojkovic shares a story of imprisoned soldiers from 1917 and the lessons of hope for Christmas today.
President of the Global Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted Wilson, shares a special Christmas Sermon
Nathan Brown explains why true peace is not merely the absence of conflict.
Is there any relevance in the Christmas message for a world in a pandemic? Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on 2020.
President of the global Seventh-day Adventist Church talks about the importance of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ, globally.
How are we to fulfill God's call to care for vulnerable people? Pastor Glenn Townend discusses.
The old dream, and the young vision. Dr. Brad Kemp discusses what it's like to do ministry with young people.
Not allowing our circumstances to rob us of our attitude, gratitude, or thanksgiving
Lui Yarakei outlines some of the different Vanuatuan perspectives on death and the afterlife.
A recent breakdown in the middle of the night left Jarrod Stackelroth contemplating the second coming of Christ.
This week, Ted N.C. Wilson Wilson Talks About Christ and His Righteousness
President of the global Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted N.C. Wilson reminds us to give thanks to God for His blessings
Jarrod Stackelroth explains why Adventists are in danger of winning arguments but losing hearts.
This week, president of the global Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted N.C. Wilson talks about the importance of caring for orphans and vulnerable children.
This week, president of the global Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted N.C. Wilson shares about the history of the Annual Sacrifice Offering.
Ted N.C. Wilson sends November letter of encouragement to members in the East-African nation.
More than 4,000 Adventists among the victims
Adventists Experience Periods Of "Spiritual Drought" Just As Frequently As Christians Of Other Denominations
The Protestant Reformation, with one of the milestones on October 31, 1517, still has important echoes today in the way of reading and interpreting the Holy Bible.