Sunday, September 19, 2021
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Living Kingdom: Counting the cost

Today’s endless pursuit of success and happiness can cost many areas of our lives that actually sustain us like rest, time with family, health, and the list goes on. . . There is a cost to our culture’s aspiration of “having it all”.

Sharing the gospel in a secular world

As Christians, we have been given the task of sharing the good news with the world so that everyone may experience the gift of God’s grace.

This is not about Donald J Trump

How can Christians show strong support for a leader who has demonstrated such significant and public moral weaknesses?

Self-help and spiritual paralysis

Why personalising Christianity could threaten your salvation.

The paradox of Christmas and Easter

Why does the manger (Jesus' birth) receive so much more attention than the cross (His death and resurrection)?

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.
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