Tag: identity

Hiding or visible?

We must continue to keep the identity of the Adventist Church clear.

Identity crisis

We can base who we are on so many things that aren’t permanent like career, job title, physical appearance, wealth, status or achieving success at something.

A child’s purpose

Research by Christian Smith, Handing Down the Faith: How Parents Pass Their Religion on to the Next Generation, shows that Christian and non-Christian parents want

The Ten: Bible verses about your identity

Whenever you’re going through an identity crisis, Scripture is an amazing reminder that in Him, we are chosen, and nothing can separate us from God’s unconditional love.

“I don’t see colour”

COVID-19 raised a lot of social and economic issues for many households. But for Lorraine’s family, there was an issue she did not foresee—the issue of race and identity.

Living Kingdom: The midnight oil

What does the parable of the Ten Virgins and graffiti have in common? Pastor and graffiti artist Tulaga Aiolupotea explains.

Creative Corner: Josh Moses

“Poetry helps me hone my storytelling as I try to convey narrative in my writing. It keeps me in check, forces intentionality and helps me clarify my thoughts.”

Adventist fire

What’s in a colour? SPD communication director Tracey Bridcutt explains why orange is the ideal colour for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific.

Building identity

Can new signage really bring people off the street into a Seventh-day Adventist church? Yes . . . it already has.

Identity: Within and beyond Adventism

Brigid Peddie says there are times when parts of our identity as a Seventh-day Adventist Church must be allowed a back seat in order to achieve a greater purpose.