NO HIDDEN AGENDA Janet Lundeen Neumann Across 155 years, Seventh-day Adventists have seen many efforts to weaken the pillars of our faith — a foundation built upon the Holy Scriptures and affirmed in the writings of Ellen G. White. Adventist theology is the flowering of Protestant theology. But today, our commonality with the descendants of Protestantism is less. Many have conceded the protest is over. Adventists say, “No, it’s not!
Author: Eiji Minami
Some church members were discouraged when the proposed disciplinary plan for the North American Division was referred back to committee on October 9 at General Conference 2017 Annual Council. The Executive Committee decision to refer it back to committee was a surprise.
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Author: Ron Elder
We say we want the Latter Rain to fall. We say we want to finish the work. Then we walk comfortably to the sidelines and assign others whose experience we do not know to carry the responsibilities of the church. Our actions do not match our words.
Author: Kent Knight
What makes World Church Affirmation Sabbath special? It is simply Adventist laypeople engaged in being Adventist. We are just doing what we “signed up” originally to do—to tell others about Jesus and to be faithful to the things He has revealed for His people.
Here are some photographs to give the favor for our first World Church Affirmation Sabbath!
Author: Alyce Ispirescu
We live in difficult days. The enemy knows his time is short. He is putting forth every effort to distract us from the work of the Holy Spirit to unite us and prepare us for the latter rain. Now is the time to press together humbly and seek for the Lord’s blessing. We need to be in prayer all the more.
Members of the Upper Columbia Conference: God has assigned a mission: to evangelize the world. We are to know by personal experience Jesus, by act and word calling others to know Him.