Thursday, October 17, 2019
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Stories from the harvest

A glimpse of the amazing things God is doing in Vanuatu.

A little book and the last man executed in Australia

Steps to Christ: Changing lives for 125 years.

From a prison cell

There is nothing more beautiful to behold than the sinner who has found their Saviour.

One-third of inmates baptised in Brazilian prison

Two years of local church outreach to a state prison in northern Brazil have resulted in the baptism of a third of its inmates and the opening of a Seventh-day Adventist church on its grounds.

God’s army

This is the story of 14 British Adventists who chose to endure beatings, starvation and the dreaded “crucifixion” wheel rather than work on the Sabbath during World War I.

30 Togo inmates baptised at new prison chapel

Thirty inmates were baptised at a Togo prison chapel built by the Seventh-day Adventist Church after prison officials asked for help replacing a previous chapel that collapsed in bad weather.

Dealing with the devil

Have you ever made a deal with the devil?

Does anyone watch Adventist Media?

Have you ever wondered what happens to all those TV programs, radio shows, all the magazines and websites the Adventist Media Network produces? Do they all just float off into the great unknown never to be heard of again?

God’s timing

Prison is a place where time moves fairly slowly—particularly if you are innocent, truly innocent, with no date of release.

The man who died thrice

He shouldn’t be here. Before the age of 20, Dennis Perry should have died three times. Yet his firm handshake testifies to the fact that he is still very much alive.
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