Adventist Record and Signs of the Times editor Jarrod Stackelroth talks about Living 28 and Living Kingdom.
Like the previous Living 28 collection, this new book compiles the series of articles in a single volume, with added questions for personal reflection or use in small groups, youth groups and classrooms.
Following Jesus should be just as much practical and real world as it is existential and theological.
Everywhere around us, there are people lost in their sins and who are waiting to be found.
Is it possible we may share more in common with the wicked tenants than the ones the landowner replaces them with?
The parable of the new wineskins is more than just about wine and wineskins. It’s about Jesus, the kingdom of heaven and me.
In terms of declaring God in a secular society, genuine Christian living is our best tool, maybe even our only hope.
The Parable of the Rich Man warns those of us who have been spiritually fed of being too eager for the second coming.
I don’t know about you, but I want to be all in. He’s given us the map, I’m ready to give up everything to find the treasure He offers.
What does the parable of the Ten Virgins and graffiti have in common? Pastor and graffiti artist Tulaga Aiolupotea explains.