Sunday, October 25, 2020
Tags Respect

Tag: respect

‘I am a recovering racist’

Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on his past and present attitudes towards different peoples and cultures.

The Ten: Tips for making your church an inviting community

So, you want to attract unchurched people? Here are some ideas to make your church an inviting place for people who normally wouldn't set foot inside.

Inclusive or exclusive Christianity?

A look at the general attitude of the Christian Church towards people with special needs.

Finding friends in a foreign land

Nepal, and its people, are not as foreign as we might think.

Adventist leader discusses sexuality with UN

Dr Ganoune Diop, the top religious freedom advocate of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, spoke to a high-level United Nations conference about the various views of human sexuality in light of the Bible’s teachings.

Mastering the art of love

Hey you, “Lovey, dovey, kissy kissy kiss kiss” thinking of tying the knot. This article is for you . . . as well as all the other lovers out there.

Honesty, humility, humanity

One thing will determine whether Papua New Guinea becomes the Nigeria or Botswana of the Pacific: money management. Freedom and the future really do come at a price.

What I learnt from a Salvation Army chaplain

What could an Adventist learn today from a Salvation Army chaplain from 100 years ago?

5 ways Muslims are more biblical than Adventists

If we’re serious about wanting Muslims to consider the claims of Jesus, we need to begin with an attitude of humility, and that means accepting that there are things we can learn from Muslims.

Three years of forever

Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on three happy—and hard—years of marriage.
- Advertisement -