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.
Have you wondered why it’s important to pray? The trinity? Or how we can differ on politics while still remaining together as a family? This week on ANN InDepth Sam and Jennifer address these topics and more as they try to answer the questions ANN InDepth viewers sent in.
enditnow® Emphasis Day is recognized by the Seventh-day Adventist Church each year on the 4th Sabbath of August. This year, on August 28. What is the importance of talking about abuse in the Church? How can we take steps to help those who are hurting because of abuse? This week we talked to a lead researcher of abuse within the Adventist Church, Rene Drumm, about the importance of educating our members on how to minister to those who have been in abusive relationships.
We need to raise up young people who can spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. Mentorship is so important. The leaders of today--working with, mentoring, training and then allowing our young people to lead. This week, Sam, Benjamin, and Gary talk about the importance of mentorship and the future of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The Sabbath is a time to reconnect with God and each other. The Lord has thought so highly of us, He cares so deeply, that he created a special day to spend time with us. Today, it seems we have lost the beauty of the Sabbath. We have forgotten how to connect to our Savior. This week, Frank Hasel and Morgan Kochenhower talk about the beauty of the Sabbath and how we can reclaim and honor it.
How do you extend grace and forgive someone who has hurt you so deeply. Why does forgiveness matter? Why is it so hard to forgive? This week on ANN In-Depth we talk to Jill Morikone and Morgan Kochenhower about the importance of forgiveness and grace.
As Christians, we believe the Biblical view of sex is the best way. But in the past, have we always communicated this is the healthiest way to our teens--especially our young girls?