Saturday, December 7, 2019
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God’s love and a little red umbrella

There is a world of difference between brokenness and worthlessness.

Christmas in a broken world

"It's the most wonderful time of the year." Then again, sometimes it's not. Tracey Bridcutt found this out the hard way 10 years ago.

Really, Lord?

A volcanic eruption in 1994 destroyed the Seventh-day Adventist Church's mission compound in Rabaul (PNG). Standing in the midst of the devastation and his own disappointment, Dr Brad Watson soon realised an important truth: God is in the business of giving "beauty for ashes" (Isaiah 61:3).

28 Fundamentals: Reclaim your identity

Pastor Marcos Torres explains why baptism is much more than just "marrying Jesus". (Fundamental Belief #15)

For the least: a Matthew 25 response to current world crises

30,000 children are dying unnecessarily every day. Yet do we even care?

Not the end of the story

Aaron had hit rockbottom, and then the bottom gave way again. He was paying for sex, and had given up. Then a Baby came into his life.

Wise

James Standish is on a search for wisdom. "We need wisdom more than ever," he writes, "but in the crowded spaces in which we live, it is elusive."

Sandy’s story

Tension. Fear. Shame. Neglect. Emotions that no four-year-old child should have to face, but Sandy experienced them all on a daily basis.

God’s Worker—more than meets the eye

The transforming power of God is real. Pastor Michael Worker, president of the Greater Sydney Conference, is living proof of this.

Wilson speaks on ‘human brokenness’ at summit

Speaking at the "In God's Image" summit in Cape Town, Seventh-day Adventist world church president Ted Wilson urged them to recognise that “human brokenness” is ubiquitous, dependent on the healing that comes only through the restorative power of Christ.
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