Just like Jesus was able to target His message towards the needs and desires of the people of His time, the modern church needs to do the same.
Identity politics, culture wars, civilisational clashes, ethnic tensions, racial strife, ideological contention, cancel culture, Twitter mobs, bloodied borders, protests, riots, insurrection.
Is it too much of a stretch to understand enough about television or music to be able to offer a Christian perspective on the space?
“It is more blessed to give than receive.”—Acts 20:35
Pastor Darren Garlett offers an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspective on the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
Why does the manger (Jesus’ birth) receive so much more attention than the cross (His death and resurrection)?
Sabbath is a defining belief and practice of what it means to be Seventh-day Adventist. But what Sabbath looks like—how we “keep the Sabbath”—is not so straightforward.
Pastor Don Fehlberg opens up about his work and ministry in Australia’s isolated, Indigenous communities.
“Does the fact we claim and proclaim Jesus change the way we operate or are we just like everybody else?”
A hundred years ago this month, a most significant moment in Adventist Church history took place. So why were the transcripts and testimonies from the event kept hidden for more than 50 years?