Tuesday, October 20, 2020
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Book Review: Sanctuary Light

Unpacking the concepts of the investigative judgement and the day of atonement for kids.

Sanctuary cleansed?

It's a topic that has caused a great deal of debate within Adventism. So, what is the sanctuary and what will happen to it? Pastor Emanuel Millen explores.

The lost art of evangelism

If God cared enough to dedicate entire books in the canon of Scripture to poetry and song; if Jesus cared enough to spend a significant portion of His time on earth to being a storyteller; and if He cared enough to fill His house with colours, music, texture and beauty, then He is a God who values and invests in the arts as a way of telling us and the world who He is. And maybe we should do the same.

Between the Commandments and the Sanctuary

We would expect some profound material to fill the “holy space”—those three chapters in Exodus 21–23—between the giving of the Ten Commandments and the instructions for construction of the Sanctuary. We do, but perhaps profound in ways we might not have expected.

Does our faith hang on one word?

Were early Adventist biblical scholars unsophisticated, or were they exceptionally deep thinkers and researchers? The answer may hinge on one word (and it's not one you'd think).

Sanctuary Sanitarium to close in 2016

After five years of providing wholistic health and wellbeing services to Sydney’s CBD, a decision has been made to close Sanctuary Sanitarium operations in January 2016.

Getting to the core

If you don’t know the direction you’re headed, you may as well go anywhere or do anything. It could be the mantra of post-modernism. And increasingly, it may be the reality of the Christian world generally, and even Adventism.

Two wins for Sanctuary

Sanctuary Sanitarium has just celebrated its first anniversary as well as being recognised for it's commitment to quality and safety.
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