What does it mean to be successful? Does it mean you have a powerful job or you make a lot of money? For a Christian who lives in this world, with a society driven to succeed at any cost, it can be hard to determine what success means to them. This week, Sam Neves and Jennifer Stymiest talk to Pavel Goia about what success means to him. You won’t want to miss this episode!
Dating is hard! What kind of person are we looking for and how can we be open to meeting someone? This week is a “girls chat” but we hope even the guys will stay with us! We talk about dating–what it’s like, what we are looking for and some of our red flags.This is just the start of a conversation we’re going to have with women and men. If you have questions you’d like to have answered–ask in the comments. We look forward to hearing from you!
Today, people might tell you that truth is relative. We can agree to disagree. What’s right for me might not be right for you. But what impact does this have on our faith, on the way we read the Bible, on our relationship with hope? This week, Sam and Jennifer talk to Karl Wilcox about post-modernism, truth and how to approach reading the Bible.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread and impact the world globally, people need connection more than ever. Yet it seems, when we talk to each other, we forget the person on the other side of the exchange is deeply loved by Christ. We forget they are our brother or sister in Jesus. We are together in Him. They are part of our Church family. This week on ANN In-Depth, Jennifer and Sam talk to Dr. Peter Landless, director of Health Ministries for the Seventh-day Adventist World Church and Dr. Torben Bergland, associate director of Health Ministries for the Seventh-day Adventist World Church about how we treat each other during tough times.
Anil Kanda was raised in a Sikh and Hindu household. As he got older, he started searching for greater truths, and through a colleague at work, discovered Jesus. This week, Jennifer and Sam talk to Anil about what he has learned as he continues to follow God’s will for his life.
Why is digital evangelism so important to the Adventist Church? How can I participate in the “I Will Go” strategic plan? What did some of the decisions made at this year’s Annual Council mean and what does it mean for our church members. This week, Jennifer and Sam talk to the three Officers of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists - Ted N.C. Wilson, president, Seventh-day Adventist World Church; Erton Kohler, secretary, Seventh-day Adventist World Church; Paul Douglas, treasurer, Seventh-day Adventist World Church about what happened at Annual Council and why it mattered.
When you hear about prophecy, Daniel and Revelation-- what do you think about? Does it scare you? Does it give you hope for the future? What relevance does it have on your life today? This week, Sam and Jennifer sit down with Clinton Wahlen, associate director for the Biblical Research Institute, about why we should still read and study prophecy today and how it can bring us closer to Jesus.
When we are struggling, when we are suffering, when it seems we are weighted down with the world, we sometimes look to heaven and ask “Where is God?” This week, Sam and Jennifer talk to Frank Hasel, associate director of the Biblical Research Institute about how we can know God is with us, even in the hard times.
Do you ever feel like you’ve been working hard, you’ve followed where the Lord has led, and yet--your dreams are not coming true, you’re not getting that job, finding love, or moving ahead in your life. This week Sam and Jennifer speak to author and educator Heather Thompson Day about her new book, “It’s Not Your Turn” which offers counsel to those who are waiting for a breakthrough.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church has a history of advocating and speaking out against injustice. Many feel like we have changed--and no longer work in the public sphere--but while the methods have changed, Adventists are still there. This week Orlan Johnson, director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty for the Adventist Church in North America and David Trim, director of Archives, Statistics and Research for the Seventh-day Adventist World Church discuss the Church's history of advocating in the public spaces.