Sunday, December 8, 2019
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Gilbert Valentine on the new Adventist history—and that big J N...

The accomplished writer and Adventist historian opens up about his most recent work and the importance of "revisionist history" to Adventists today.

Lessons from nature

Shirley Garley reflects on her Sabbath visit to God's Cathedral.

Step by step

The Kokoda Track hike was but a small part of a greater mission.

My Story: From Mormon, to Muslim, to Adventist

How one man's study of the Sabbath converted him to the Christian faith.

Book Review: For the Least of These

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

Credit, climate change and the Sabbath

To buy or sell? Perhaps, one day soon, we won't even get to choose.

Unleashed

Kent Kingston makes a case for getting outside and going feral.

Obedience is legalism . . . wait, that’s faith

There's a story in Genesis that turns the modern idea of legalism on its head.

Sabbath on a cruise ship

Cultural and denominational differences aside, followers of Christ are followers of Christ. Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on the power of Jesus to bring people—even strangers—together.

Saving sex

The world says sex sells, but what does the Church say? Too often . . . nothing. Yet the Church has an important message to share, especially in this over-sexed society.
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