Tag: ellen white

Great Controversy

Will people believe God is loving and just and keep His commandments and remain faithful to Jesus or follow their own path or that of the majority?

The Upper Room

When we think of the disciples entering the upper room, in Jerusalem, we don’t usually give it much thought, except for the fact that this is the place where the Holy Spirit came down in great power upon the praying disciples. But could it be that there’s a mystery to the upper room we have missed?

Celebrating 150 years of Adventist schooling

During the summer vacation of 1867 in Battle Creek, Michigan, 18-year-old Edson White was employed in the type-room of the Review and Herald publishing house.

Sharing books step into your community

More than 65,000 copies of a new sharing book will be delivered to people in communities around Australia and New Zealand in coming weeks.

A glimpse of Easter

A visit to the Garden of Gethsemane, gives us a glimpse into what Easter really means and the stakes of what hung in the balance.

Society impact

As Adventists of this generation what are the societal issues that you and your contemporaries care about?

On Ellen White and vaccines

Some have opposed vaccines, believing that Ellen White was against them, while others claim that it is related to faith and loyalty to God. Let’s address that.

Name change official: welcome to Avondale University!

Confirmation of the change came on August 5, five weeks after the national regulator announced Avondale as the only addition to the “Australian University” category following a transition to new standards.

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