Keira Bullock sets out to debunk some myths about being Adventist and single.
"Living 28: Fresh perspectives on practising our faith" was launched this past weekend at the Adventist Book Centre (ABC) managers' meetings in the Yarra Valley, Victoria.
A new book translated from Norwegian and published by Signs Publishing responds to the common atheists' critiques of faith, particularly to questions about what God is like.
Is it just because you love eating haystacks and having Saturdays off? Or is there something more . . .
How do I open myself up to God so that He can restore in me the Spirit-led power of the early followers of the Way? And how does a worldwide denomination of 20 million worshippers participate together in this work of restoration? The answer is hinted at in the preamble to the Adventist Church’s official doctrinal statement, 28 Fundamental Beliefs.
A man stands up on a bus and demands everyone's attention. But what happened next is surprising.