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How the Metaverse Can Be an Opportunity for the Church

A virtual world built for people will also need missionaries

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A Fresh Look at Forgiveness

Discovering the four ‘places’ of forgiveness – Wellbeing Webinar

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The Ten: Bible verses about love

February is often known to be a month all about love, whether that be romantic love, self-love, love for others, or the opportunity to cultivate rich relationships with family and friends. Here are 10...

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Society Impact

Joseph Bates and James and Ellen White, founding leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, were radical supporters of societal issues that were divisive in their day; all were active in support of ...

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What More Can We Learn About God the Son?

President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted N.C. Wilson, talks more about Fundamental Belief #4- God the Son.

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Science Is Clear: Dogs Are Good for Health, Healing

Chances are, if you’ve ever spent any time around dogs, you know firsthand the joy and happiness they can bring to your life. Their unconditional love, devoted companionship, and sweet faces make our ...

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Living Kingdom: Following the Blueprint

Parable of the Wise Builder “Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and ...

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Revelation 12:17—One or Two Remnants?

The apostle Paul charged his younger companion and preacher Timothy with this critical advice: “Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately...

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What in the Word: Righteousness

Righteousness is an important concept in Paul’s letters in the New Testament. He uses it to describe the grounds, the process, and the results of salvation that have been made available to us by the d...

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Who is God the Son?

President of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, Ted N.C. Wilson, talks about Fundamental Belief #4 - God the Son.

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Pandemics, Vaccines and Promises

How do you relate when your conscientious convictions may cost you your job?

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Pandemic-fatigued Churches Still Adapting to Disruption

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic and growing pandemic fatigue is challenging churches and disconnecting church members, according to author Peter Roennfeldt. “There are real tensions,” he explains. “S...

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How Misinformation Harms the Lives of Those Who Are Affected by It

Preconceived judgments and attacks on social media are contrary to what is expected of Christian behavior

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Cultivating Resilience in the Midst of a “Plague” – Part 2

Editor’s Note: Part 1 of this article was published on January 21 on this link HERE https://www.interamerica.org/2022/01/cultivating-resilience-in-the-midst-of-a-plague-part-1/ The following is a cont...

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Lack of Rest Can Affect Emotions and Spirituality, says Neuroscientist

Mother of little Heitor, Journalist Mayra Marques values ​​moments of rest. "Rest has always been important for my physical, mental and spiritual well-being. When I can't prioritize it, the 'side effe...

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Who is God the Father?

President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted N.C. Wilson, talks about Fundamental Belief #3- God the Father.

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Cultivating Resilience in the Midst of a “Plague”—Part 1

“Aren’t you sick of this!?” Yes! I think we all are. Some are sick with it nowadays. It used to be that we would personally know only a few with COVID-19, but it appears that now, almost everybody is ...

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What’s Wrong with Being Right?

On October 31, 1517, All Saints’ Eve, a gaunt-looking young monk named Martin Luther attached 95 “preposterous” ideas to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. After years of personal d...

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When God Stirs Something in Us

Cruise With A Mission visits Mexico Riviera in December 2021

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The Ten: New Year’s Resolutions Based on Scripture

A new year is seen as a fresh start—an opportunity to incorporate new and healthy habits and behaviors into our lives. Common new year’s resolutions are commitments to lose weight, exercise more, save...

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