Monday, September 23, 2019
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My Story: But I’m not a sinner

Hana didn’t think she was a sinner. So what actually convinced her that she needed Jesus?

My story: Atheist dreams of a lamb

Growing up in a "typical" household in China, Dante Xu had no interest in any type of religion—especially Christianity.

Justification by faith: Remembering the Reformation

Do we still believe in "the Bible and the Bible only" as the rule of faith?

The protest is over

"Corporately, universally, we don’t need a reformation," writes Adventist Record editor Jarrod Stackelroth. "We need a resistance movement. We need a revolution."

Land of opportunity

The Papua New Guinea Union Mission is embracing "Total Member Involvement", and exciting things are happening as a result.

Pursuing God’s kingdom: What makes a true disciple?

A case study of two of Jesus' disciples: Peter and Judas.

What grace gave

Cut the roots and the tree will fall. Does the same fate await Western civilisation?

How do we respond?

Christianity has lost its privileged place in Western society. Nick Kross shares how Christians should respond with some wisdom from Jesus Christ.

Breathing life into belief

All it took was one man—with a bucket-load of enthusiasm—to transport Lee Dunstan back to the Middle Ages.

Seeking God in communist Russia

How a little nine-year-old girl found God in Russia.
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