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?
That’s what we are going to share with our families—the new life that Jesus has given us. All our family members need this new life in Christ.
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.
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
If our treatment of our fellow human beings equates to our treatment of Jesus Himself, how are we doing?
Dr Bruce Manners recently talked about his new book, The Command: Learning to Love Like Jesus.
At the heartbeat of Adventism is the life and ministry of Jesus, but it’s so easy to lose our focus. The Command helps us hear that heartbeat again.
The transition I made long ago from being a casual lodger to becoming a committed son is one I need to make every day, but at an even more profound level.
Whenever the name “angel” is mentioned, does this refer only to one of the created heavenly beings we picture in our minds; one of God’s messengers sent to this world to carry out His will? Or could it refer to someone else?
The parable of the new wineskins is more than just about wine and wineskins. It’s about Jesus, the kingdom of heaven and me.