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A new church-produced film has not been completed because you and I have a part in its final scenes, including at the General Conference session
Does bloodshed matter when it’s not reported?
As Pastor Ted Wilson, General Conference President, concluded a powerful, spirit-filled sermon on baptism, he made a moving appeal for individuals in the audience to make a full decision for Jesus ...
Complainers can take a cue from this airline pilot
Reports are only a first step in protecting a fundamental human right
Our understanding of a loving God; emerging health principles have been our teaching all along
Go, therefore, and enjoy an adventure of service
Once legalism blows through and is gone, then what?
Nearly one year later, innocent men are still jailed in Togo
An unlikely conference in Beijing is offering hope for religious recognition
Forget about theology during disaster; it's time to comfort and pray
What does it mean to be “under the influence?"
The following document addresses issues raised regarding the unity of the church, the authority of the General Conference, and its relationship to other levels and entities of the world church in connection with the current discussion on ordination to the
Australia’s Chamberlain case affected many Adventists in the 1980s
Two decades after Bosnian war, humanitarian reflects on ADRA relief work during siege
Time will tell if a new a new freedom of conscience initiative will last
In addition to clinical psychologists, social workers often provide front-line care
It’s a church soul-winning program that doesn’t cost money
During your year-end nominating, think of giving others a chance to grow
Even Nehemiah needed to know the reality before rebuilding Jerusalem's walls