Thursday, October 28, 2021
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Living Kingdom: Get the Lord a hamburger

If our treatment of our fellow human beings equates to our treatment of Jesus Himself, how are we doing?

A deeper kind of peace

Nathan Brown explains why true peace is not merely the absence of conflict.

Surviving a break-in: How a robbery turned into a precious gift...

Why 81-year-old Richard Lillywhite considers his experience of being burgled a blessing.

A ministry of possibilities

REACH International's Gerson Roeske reminds us of our responsibility to care for orphaned children.

The Chosen of God: What does the Lord require?

Dr David McClintock takes a backwards approach to understanding the message of Micah 6:8.

Conspiracy in a time of COVID

Have we, as Adventists, become hypervigilant in looking for secret knowledge and special understanding at the expense of our credibility? Jarrod Stackelroth discusses.

Three angels’ messages

Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on the significance of the three angels' messages for Seventh-day Adventists.

In the image of God

Nathan Brown reflects on a single idea that serves as the foundation for the perpetuation of injustice and inequality in our world.

Nathan Brown talks faith that makes a difference

The author and editor explains why justice is a recurring theme in his writing.

Book Review: For the Least of These

This quarter's Sabbath School companion book is a rallying cry to "do justice".
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