Calvary to Pentecost works well for personal devotional reading, but will be at its best when used as a discussion starter in a small-group setting or even in a larger church context.
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William Johnsson was an Australian-born Adventist minister, writer and magazine editor who served, challenged and loved the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
At the recent Sales and Marketing Seminar—the first in-person meetings since early 2020—Adventist Book Centre managers and staff from across the South Pacific Division celebrated five long-serving members of the ABC team and the launch of a new book.
The stories of the faith, faithfulness and resilience of eight women of the Reformation written by Sukeshinie Goonatilleke have now been published in Norwegian.
Following Jesus by Dr Peter Roennfeldt—in its US edition—has been listed among the top 10 books on discipleship of 2022, as selected by Discipleship.org.
Published by Signs Publishing, "A House on Fire: How Adventist Faith Responds to Race and Racism" collects chapters from 20 Adventist scholars, pastors and writers responding to this issue in the contemporary world.
Road to Bethlehem—the walk-through dramatisation of the story of the birth of Jesus—is returning to in-person events at a number of locations around Australia in December.
We might lament the growing biblical illiteracy in our societies. This is real and no less a relevant concern even within some of our church communities. But we should also embrace this challenge and note the opportunity that comes with it.