During the summer vacation of 1867 in Battle Creek, Michigan, 18-year-old Edson White was employed in the type-room of the Review and Herald publishing house.
Like the previous Living 28 collection, this new book compiles the series of articles in a single volume, with added questions for personal reflection or use in small groups, youth groups and classrooms.
Christian education in a changing society, say its editors.
Adventist Review and Adventist World associate editor spoke with Bookshelf about his new book, a compilation of articles from Adventist World on our fundamental beliefs.
Faith FM now has more than 200 stations across Australia and the launch into western Sydney will provide an additional potential audience of 1.2 million people.
Telling the story of Abigail and Christopher Duman’s work with the Congo Frontline Mission, the book provides compelling examples of the missionary spirit and God’s presence.
In the lead up to Mother’s Day, we look back at some of the most amazing mums in the Bible.
Bruce Manners finds the copy of Steps to Christ that his father took to the war. He reads and reflects on what stood out to his father this Anzac Day about the battle within.
General Conference Children’s Ministires director Dr Linda Koh who is also an author and has a wealth of experience as a teacher talks about her recent books.
Rediscovering the Glory of the Sabbath invites Adventists to take a fresh look at the seventh day.